If you go to "Horse Learning Online" it takes you to the page you need to go to to sign up.
Direct from the webpage:
"In short, Endurance Essentials is for aspiring and new (and maybe not so new) distance riders who prefer to take a self-paced online course, or who do not have a live local Endurance 101 clinic happening in their neighborhood, it would provide an opportunity get both INSPIRED and EDUCATED about what it takes to successfully prepare for that first competition.
As anyone knows in our sport, there can be a steep learning curve to success.
Our vision for the course was to keep the content fundamental, to focus on the basics for assisting you in preparing to make it to your first competition — whether it be an AERC ride, or a Competitive Trail Ride, or a Ride and Tie — with the building blocks in place to have a successful ride.
But we also know that sometimes learners like to delve deeper, so along with the training comes a Resources PDF, with links to in-depth information — everything from blogs to books to endurance tack websites to more information about balanced hooves and electrolytes."
There are 5 Modules:
Endurance Essentials Module 1
Duration: 46 minutes
If you haven't already read Patti's blog, I HIGHLY recommend it. It shouldn't take you very long to go through the entire blog itself (I believe it took me a week and a half).
In fact, here you go, just start here; Endurance Introspection
That takes you to the very first page of Patti's blog posts. You can glean a LOT of useful information from there, but I am very optimistic that I will learn even more from her online resource as well.
I am looking forward to getting started, and with the length of each module being about the length of my lunch hour, I plan on going through them during that period of time each day.