Application For Registration - Attendant
Previously known as a handlers licence, this licence type allows you to handle, box, catch and generally assist a trainer at a track on race days. The minimum age for an Attendant licence is 15 years of age. However, at 15 years of age you can only work for a licensed family member and you must forward a written reference from your parent/s or guardian supporting your application.
Applicants must provide proof of identification to GRNSW by supplying a certified copy of identification (i.e. passport or birth certificate) and a current certified passport photo with their application. Anyone aged 21 years and over who is applying for an Attendants licence is required to provide a current National Criminal History Check at the time of their application.
Application For Registration As An Attendant for period ending 30 June 2015.
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