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Help Out

Help out

Part of being a member of a club and enjoying our subsided training fees and access to great trainers and seminars is helping out our club! There are loads of ways you can help us out…

Instructing

If you are currently training in one of the competitive classes (starters/novice/intermediate/senior) then you are ready to provide some assistance in our beginner level classes (introductory, beginners and pre-competitive). There are some great benefits to instructing including being given first access to guest trainers and seminars, and fun trainer nights out on the club! You’ll be given plenty of assistance from the head trainers, and everything you’ve learned through training your own dog can be so helpful for our newbies.

Committee

Joining the committee isn’t just for people who have been part of the club for 20 years! We’re always excited to have new members come on board with our committee and voice their opinions. We meet once a month on a Wednesday evening to discuss things such as class structure, how to run upcoming shows, what gear to purchase and ways to make our club better. Tea and bikkies will be provided!

Shows

A smooth agility show requires lots of helpers! From picking up knocked rails to sitting at a computer compiling results – there are lots of things to do. For those of you handy in the kitchen we need home baked goods for our food table, and always need a head chef for the barbeque.

Other ways to help

Do you have some sort of skill that could be helpful to our club? Let us know! Whether it’s building, website design, marketing, painting, art, graphic design, welding, dog training.. We will probably have a little job for you!

 

Big Thank you !
Canterbury Canine Agility Training Society would like to highly recommend Steve at Lawnworx for regularly grooming CCATS ring areas to a fantastic standard this year. Steve is always prompt, efficient and fabulous to deal with. Huge thanks Steve you save us many hours of raking and the area is wonderful to run on.

Steve Pearce
http://www.lawnworx.net.nz/
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