Breed Specialist Judges

Judging Criteria 2016

  

THE MINIATURE BULL TERRIER CLUB JUDGING CRITERIA 2016

 

A1 LIST

For persons who have previously been appointed by the Kennel Club to award Challenge Certificates in the breed and have the support of the Miniature Bull terrier Club.

A2 LIST

For persons who fulfil all the requirements of the A3 list, who have been assessed in accordance with the Kennel Club requirements and accepted by the Kennel Club for inclusion on the “A” list and have the support of the Miniature Bull Terrier Club.

A3 LIST

BREED SPECIALIST

1. Minimum of 10 years interest in Miniature Bull Terriers, 8 years judging experience in the breed and to have the support of the Miniature Bull Terrier Club.
2. To have judged at least 1 Miniature Bull Terrier Breed Show or General Championship Show without Challenge Certificates.
3. To have judged a minimum of 30 classes of Miniature Bull Terriers.
4. To have judged a minimum of 50 Miniature Bull Terriers.
5. To have bred and or owned a minimum of 3 dogs when they obtained their first entry in the Kennel Club Stud Book.
6. To have stewarded 20 Classes at any Breed Club
7. To have attended a Miniature Bull Terrier Seminar.
8. To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer and passed the relevant examinations on Kennel Club Regulations and Judging Procedures.
9. To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer on Confirmation and Movement Hands on assessment.
10. To have attended at least one breed specific seminar run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice and passed an examination and or assessment where applicable.

NON SPECIALIST

1.To have minimum of 10 years judging experience in any one breed (including at least 5 years in this breed) and to have the support of the Miniature Bull Terrier Club.
2. To have judged a minimum of 25 classes of Miniature Bull Terriers.
3. To have judged a minimum of 50 Miniature Bull Terriers.
4. To have bred and or owned a minimum of 3 dogs of any breed when they obtained their first entry in the Kennel Club Stud Book.
5. To have stewarded 20 classes at any Breed Club.
6.To have attended a Miniature Bull Terrier Seminar.
7. To have attended a seminar given be a Kennel Club Accredited trainer and passed the relevant examinations on kennel Club Regulations and Judging procedures.
8. To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer on Confirmation and Movement Hands on Assessment.
9. To have attended at least one breed specific seminar run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice and passed an examination and or assessment where applicable.

31/01/2016

 

b LIST

BREED SPECIALIST

1. To have 6 years experience of owning or exhibiting a Miniature Bull Terrier.
2. To have judged 8 classes of Miniature Bull terriers at Open or Limit Shows or at a Championship Show without challenge certificates and to have judged 20 dogs of which 5 may be Bull terriers.
3. To have stewarded 20 classes for any Breed Club with proof e.g., stewarding book.
4. To have attended a Miniature Bull Terrier Club Seminar.
5. To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer and passed the relevant examination on Kennel Club rules and regulations and Judging procedures.
6. To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer on Confirmation and Movement Hands on Assessment.
7. To have attended at least one breed specific seminar run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice and passed an examination/assessment where applica

 

NON/ SPECIALIST

1. To have 7 years experience of owning or exhibiting dogs.
2. To have judged 6 classes of Miniature Bull Terriers at Open or Limit or at a Championship Show without Challenge Certificates ,to have judged a minimum of 15 Miniature Bull Terriers, be on a B list of another breed and have attended a Miniature Bull terrier breed seminar.
3. To have stewarded 20 classes for any Breed Club with proof e.g., stewarding book.
4. To have attended a Miniature Bull Terrier Club Seminar.
5. To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer and passed the relevant examinations on Kennel Club Regulations and Judging Procedures.
6. To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer on Confirmation and Movement hands on assessment.
7. To have attended at least one breed specific seminar run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice and passed an examination and or assessment where applicable.

C LIST

For aspirant judges who have shown an interest in the breed.

30/01/2016