Perform duties of kennel attendant at race meetings

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Assessment Template
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Evidence Guide
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Competency Mapping Template
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Observation Checklist
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Self Assessment Survey
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Moodle Outcomes
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Elements and Performance Criteria



Prepare for kennelling.

1. Rules of racing that apply to kennelling procedures and greyhound health and welfare guidelines are identified and applied.

2. Kennelling procedures and responsibilities of kennel staff are known and followed.

3. Security of kennels is confirmed prior to commencement of kennelling.

4. Duties are confirmed prior to commencement of kennelling.

5. OHS and racing safety protocols and procedures are known and complied with.

Follow kennelling procedures.

6. Identification of greyhounds and general fitness to race are verified.

7. Registration papers are collected and stored securely.

8. Greyhound and attendant are escorted to allocated kennel, observed during settling of greyhound, then kennel is secured.

9. Approval is sought prior to allowing non-scheduled visit to kennels by greyhound attendant or others.

10. General wellbeing of greyhound is monitored and animal referred to veterinarian or kennel supervisor if there are any concerns.

Conduct pre-race kennelling procedures.

11. Greyhounds are called to marshalling area prior to race.

12. Identification of greyhounds is verified and race rugs are allocated.

13. Greyhounds are escorted to stir-up area.

14. Catchers are identified and directed to finish area.

15. Greyhounds are organised into race order and handed over to racing official.

16. Cleanliness, safety and security of kennel area are maintained throughout race meeting.

Conduct post-race kennelling procedures.

17. Greyhounds are received after race, rugs are collected and race documents returned.

18. Kennels, scales, race rugs, vests and other equipment are checked and cleaned, and damage reported at the end of race meeting.