I suggest if you want something with an overall good basis of knowledge, have a look at the TOCES courses. They do a senior horsemasters course which is equivalent to BHS levels [just non professional] i did their SH2 course for a bit of fun to keep me ticking over while i havent been able to ride. More costly course but in my eyes a more thorough course.
Just a few more months and we will be fine RIP Rocky x 92 - 27/06/06 x Your hoofbeats have become the very rhythm of my heart
I was thinking about doing the TOCES BHS courses, and obviously doing the riding part of it elsewhere. I did look at the Lingfield one as a cheaper option but a friend of mine suggested TOCES as she's done a course with them before.