The Keeshond Breed Seminar/Assessment Day
to be held at
The Wetherby District Social Club, LS22 7DN
on Sunday 2nd February 2020
Of interest to all Keeshond enthusiasts, but particularly to those judges who need
a BAD and/or Assessment to progress their careers.
There will be limited number of assessments for A2 & A3 judges
The North of England Keeshond Club are pleased to announce that they will be holding a Breed Appreciation Day held in line with the new Judges Competency Framework (JCF). The day is open to all.
The day comprises of a breed talk aiming to provide or reinforce the basic knowledge required to establish a candidates/Level 1 Judge’s understanding and appreciation of the breed, in order to take a subsequent Multiple-Choice Breed Standard exam (dependant on eligibility – see below). Attending the Breed Appreciation Day and passing the Multiple-choice Breed Standard Exam forms part of the criteria that will enable the candidate to reach Level 2 status when the JCF goes live.
Subjects covered in the morning session will include a brief history of the breed, function of the breed and its correlation to its confirmation and movement and elaboration on breed specifics to other Spitz breeds. All elements of the standard will be covered and there will be live exhibits. The exam will be before lunch.
Multiple-Choice Exam Eligibility – in order to sit this exam, candidates must either already be approved to award CC’s to a breed or will have to have fulfilled all the entry level criteria (if not approved to award CC’s) which includes the following:
1)Attend a KC Requirements of a Dog Show Judge seminar and exam pass.
2)Pass the KC 50 points of a Dog Assessment.
3)Attend a KC Conformation and Movement Seminar.
4)Undertaken 6 days stewarding appointments.
5)Proven interest of a minimum of 5 years in one or more aspects of thebreeding and exhibiting of pedigree dogs.
Please click here for further information Keeshond Breed Appreciation Day 02 Feb 2020