Australia’s only National Judging School for 2020 is being held in Colac, Victoria from 10th to 12th March.
Hosted by Western Districts Sub-Branch, attendees successfully completing the School will be admitted to the Holstein Australia National Judges Panel.
Jenny Grey, Breed Development and Conformation Committee Chair, says: “The school will include both conformation assessment as well as sessions on the ethics of judging, expectations of Judges and the opportunity to present to the Overjudges on the final day for judging skill assessment.
“If you have ever thought about becoming a Judge, I would encourage you to register for the School. Attendees who successfully complete the School and gain admittance to the Holstein Australia National Judging Panel can go on to Judge at any show in Australia and, with experience, judge Holstein cattle internationally”.
To register for the National Judging School download and complete the registration form and send it to email@example.com by Friday 21st February. Places are limited and registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
The School will include a session on the structure and assessment of Holstein cows by Holstein Australia classifier, Dr Philip Hentschke, a workout with a group of cows and a show on the final day, with the opportunity to present to the Overjudges.
The cost of the School is $200 (excl. GST) which includes all school materials, meals and airport transfers for those travelling from out of state. Holstein Australia has secured a group booking at the Baronga Motor Inn, Colac, for attendees. Note that accommodation is at participants own cost, with full details on the registration form.
Download the registration form and apply today to secure your spot on the 2020 National Judging School.