Horse Dentistry School

Equine Dental Education

Promoting Functional Occlusion for Optimum Nutrition and Performance


 

A Registered, Bonded and Insured Proprietary School

Idaho State Board of Education

Equine Gnathological Training Institute, Inc.

2050 East Medicine Wheel Lane
King Hill, Idaho 83633 USA



Dale's Cell:  208-869-1002
 
Fax: 208-366-2870

dalejeffrey@equinedentistry.com

 

Horse Dentistry School Hands on Training

Equine Gnathological Training Institute


Certification Program


We Offer Reasonably Priced Competency Rated Training Certificates at:

Two Levels in Four Age Groups to All of Our Associate Practitioners

 

Session 400TP; Level I:  Fundamental (Certified) Equine Gnathologist

               Certificates are awarded for competent work on horses in each of the following age groups: 

      0-5 years, 6-11 years, 12-18 years, 19 years and up        

Participants may certify on one or more horses in each age group. 

    To test at the fundamental certification level requires a minimum of 1 year practical experience.

 

Session 500TP or 600TP; Level II:  Advanced (Certified) Equine Gnathologist

        Certificates are awarded for competent work on horses in each of the following age groups:

      0-5 years, 6-11 years, 12-18 years, 19 years and up

Participants may certify on one or more horses in each age group.

    To test at the advanced certification level requires a minimum of 2 years practical experience.

    Certificates of attendance are awarded upon completion of all classes and levels of certification.

​     EGTI honors all IAED certified practitioners.



 

EGTI Certified Associates 

 

Simon Roughan C-4

Rick Lambert C-5

Shelley Lavigne C-1

Simon Gunson C-5

Karl Brough C-4

Mike Degner C-3

​Bernadene Meintjes C-4

Andrew Portch AC-3, AC 7 IR

​Savannah Rutledge C-1

Patrick Powers C-3

​Michelle Lambert C-4

Shannon Stafford C-1

​Chad Breuer C-3



 

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Our training programs can prepare most practitioners for certification programs such as BEVA and IAED.

Equine Gnathological Training Institute Position Statement on Certification Programs:
    Certification programs may indicate an individual performing work at a certain level, but programs should not interfere with an individual's right of choice to work responsibly or an owner's right to choose who works on their animals.