Judges’ Criteria

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watch A1 LIST

click here For persons who have previously been approved by the Kennel Club to award CC’s in the breed and have the support of the West Highland White Terrier Club of Wales.

A2 LIST

For persons who fulfil all the requirements for the A3 list and who have been assessed in accordance with Kennel Club requirements and accepted by the Kennel Club for inclusion on an A2 list and have the support of the West Highland White Terrier Club of Wales.

A3 LIST (Breed Specialists)

1.  Requirements of 7 years judging experience in the breed and have the support of the West Highland White Terrier Club of Wales.

2.  To have judged a minimum of 25 classes.

3.  To have judged a minimum of 70 dogs

4.  To have attended and passed a seminar given by an Accredited Trainer on Kennel Club   Regulations and Judging Procedures.

5.  To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club  Accredited Trainer on Conformation and Movement “Hands On” and passed the assessment

6.  To have attended at least one Breed Specific Seminar run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice and passed the assessment. seminar

7.  To have judged at one Breed Show and/or Terrier Club Show

8.  To have judged the Breed at  Open Shows or Championship Shows without CC’s with an adequate geographical spread.

9.  To have bred and/or owned a minimum of 3 dogs when they obtained their 1st entry in the Kennel Club Stud Book.( save in exceptional circumstances)

10.  To have stewarded  at least 12 Show days.

A3 LIST ( Non Specialist)

Requirements include:

1.  Minimum of 7 years experience in any one breed (to include 5 years in this breed) and have the support of the West Highland White Terrier Club of Wales.

2.  To have judged one Breed Club Show or Terrier Show of a minimum of 8 classes, minimum of 24 dogs i.e. 3 per class.

3.  To have judged the breed at 20 Open Shows or Championship Shows without CC’s with an adequate geographical spread.

4.  To have judged a minimum of 25 classes in this breed.

5.  To have judged 70 dogs in this breed

6.  To have awarded CC’s in at least one other breed.

7.  To have attended at least one breed seminar on West Highland White Terriers and passed an assessment where applicable..

8.  To have stewarded at, at least 12 shows – or have the intention of doing so and can provide evidence within 12 months of approval

B LIST (Breed Specialists)

1.  To have 5 years experience owning and exhibiting in this breed and have the support of the West Highland White Terrier Club of Wales.

2.  To have judged the breed for 5 continuous years.

3.  To have attended and passed a seminar given by an Accredited Trainer on Kennel Club Regulations and Judging Procedures.

4.  To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club  Accredited Trainer on Conformation and Movement “Hands On” and passed the assessment

5.  To have judged 12 classes of this breed at Open Shows or Championship Shows without CC’s.

6.  To have judged 35 dogs of this breed as approved by the KC Judging Sub Committee March 2014

 

C LIST 

For aspirant judges who have shown interest (see points 1 -4 below) in the breed and have the support of the West Highland White Terrier Club of Wales.

This must be by having been involved in showing West Highland White Terrier for at least 18 months and have attended a West Highland White Terrier breed seminar and at least one of the following.

1.   Have attended and passed the KC specific seminars in ‘Requirements of a Dog Show Judge’ and ‘Conformation and Movement’

2.   Have stewarded at least 3 open shows.

Qualification for inclusion is at the discretion of the Committee

Listings would normally include persons who have judged the breed at Limited and Open Shows but do not qualify for the B Lists.