European School of Osteopathy (Our internal validator)
The AOI and the ESO have an excellent relationship which extends over 8 years, working closely to offer courses of high standards of AO education around the world. Today, Dustie works side by side with the ESO to ensure that high quality animal osteopathic courses can be run for ESO graduates and the relationship ensure transparency and quality is upheld.
Plumpton College kindly provides the AOI with excellent equine facilities in the Sussex region when required, so that we can deliver the best possible training to our students.
ASOMI in conjunction with Swansea University
Dustie Houchin is an Honorary Lecturer for Swansea University, lecturing in animal osteopathy at ASOMI in Turin, Italy on an annual basis with Eleanor Andrews. Supporting the early stages of osteopathy in Italy.