Judges application forms
Information for Judges:
The BBDC, MDC, NEDC, SEEDC & SWDC maintain our own judging lists with the Clubs holding regular meetings where applications for inclusion on our judging lists or progression to another list are made. All applications must be made via one of the above Clubs Secretaries, details can be found on each questionnaire.

Applicants MUST send 5 (five) copies of the fully completed questionnaire and appropriate certificates to any one of the Clubs Secretaries for consideration at our next meeting. At our judges sub-committee meeting, voting on the application will take place and those achieving approval will be notified and added to the relevant list.

Applications will only be accepted on the correct form and applications that do not meet the criteria will be returned by the Club Secretary. To help with clarrificcation and to ensure easy completion of the application process, shaded areas and ghost figures on each application form indicate that this is a minimum requirement. Applicants are required to sign a declaration that they have read and understood the Kennel Club Code of Best Practice for Judges and the Dobermann Breed Standard and that they will judge in accordance with it.

To judge 4 (four) or more classes you MUST be on the relevant Breed Club (A1, A3 or B) Judges list.

Those judges listed as having either a Breed Credit Certificate for Dobermanns under the KC Judges Development Programme or those approved  to judge Best In Show at General Championship Shows and 'Policy Judges' in the Working Group shall, upon submission of a fully completed application form with supporting evidence, be automatically entitled to inclusion of the Non-Breed Specialist 'B' list.

The Breed Clubs reserve the right to review and/or ammend the lists as is deemed necessary. We are not required to include all judges who qualify under this criteria, nor are we required to give any reasons for exclusion. Judges will be notified in writting of any changes of their status. Inclusion on a judges list in one year does not automatically ensure subsequent inclusion.

The Clubs' judging list(s) will be distributed periodically to the secretaries of General Championship Shows and Open Show Canine Societties to assist them in appointing future Breed judges. The above Cluibs' will only select judges for their Open & Championship Shows from names on our judgeslist(s).

Our judges' list(s) are updated regularly; to view the lastest list, please click HERE to view the current lists.

                                                                   Criteria

                            A1 Questionnaire for Breed Specialist                            A1 Questionnaire for Non-Breed Specialist

                            A3 Questionnaire for Breed Specialist                            A3 for Non-Breed Specialist

                            B Questionnaire for Breed Specialist            `               B Questionnaire for Non Breed Specialist

                            C Questionnaire for Breed Specialist                             C Questionnaire for Non-Breed Specialist
                                                                  Oversea's judges Questionnaire
                                                                        

A1 LIST - BREED SPECIALIST & NON-BREED SPECIALIST

Contains the names of the persons whom the five breed clubs would support and whom have previously been approved by The Kennel Club to award CC੮ the breed and have completed their first appointment. The persons named on this list must have fulfilled the requirements of A3 list.

A3 - BREED SPECIALIST

1. To have a minimum of 7 (seven) years judging experience in the breed and have the support of the five breed clubs.

2. To have judged one (1) Dobermann Breed Club Show.

3. To have judged the breed at 10 (ten) all breed Open or Championship Shows without CC෩th an adequate geographical spread.

4. To have judged a minimum of 50 (fifty) classes of Dobermanns at all breed Open or Championship Shows without CCp>

5. To have judged a minimum of 160 (one hundred and sixty) dogs.

6. To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer and passed the relevant examination on Kennel Club Regulations and Judging Procedures.

7. To have attended a seminar given by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer on Conformation & Movement.

8. To have attended a Points of the Dog Assessment conducted by a Kennel Club Accredited Trainer and passed the assessment.

9. To have attended at least 1 (one) Dobermann breed specific educational seminar run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice.

10. To have attended a Dobermann breed specific judging competence assessment run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice and passed the assessment test.

11. To have bred and/or owned a minimum of 3 (three) dogs when they obtained their first entry in 

The Kennel Club Stud Book (Save in exceptional circumstances).

12. To have stewarded at 12 (twelve) Shows

A3 -BREED SPECIALIST 

1. To have a minimum of 7 (seven) years judging experience in any one breed (to include 5 (five) years in this breed) and have the support of the five breed clubs.

2. To have judged 1 (one) Dobermann Breed Club Open Show.

3. To have judged the breed at 12 (twelve) all breed Open or Championship Shows without CC෩th an adequate geographical spread.

4. To have judged a minimum of 50 (fifty) classes of Dobermanns at all breed Open or Championship Shows without CCp>

5. To have judged 175 (one hundred and seventy five) dogs in this breed.

6. To have awarded CC੮ at least 1 (one) other breed.

7. To have attended at least 1 (one) Dobermann breed specific educational seminar run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice.

8. To have attended a Dobermann breed specific judging competence assessment run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice and passed the assessment test.

9. To have bred and/or owned a minimum of 3 (three) dogs of any breed when they obtained their first entry in The Kennel Club Stud Book (Save in exceptional circumstances).

OVERSEAS JUDGES

Must be approved by the governing body of the country in which they are domiciled to award CCਯr the equivalent) in Dobermanns and complete the overseas questionnaire to the satisfaction of the five breed clubs

 B LIST ⒅ED SPECIALIST

1. To have 5 (five) years experience owning and exhibiting in this breed and have the support of the five breed clubs. 

2. To have judged 20 (twenty) classes of Dobermanns at all breed Open or Championship Shows without CCp>

3. To have judged a minimum of 60 (sixty) dogs of this breed.

4. To have attended at least 1 (one) Dobermann breed specific educational seminar run in accordance with the relevant Kennel Club Code of Best Practice.

 B LIST -BREED SPECIALIST 

1. To have a minimum of 5 (five) years judging experience in any one breed and have the support of the five breed clubs.

2. To have judged 24 (twenty four) classes of Dobermanns at all breed Open or Championship Shows without CCp>

3. To have judged 75 (seventy five) dogs of this breed.

C LIST ⒅ED SPECIALIST

1. For aspiring judges who have shown an interest in the breed and have the support of the five breed clubs.

2. To have 2 (two) years experience owning and exhibiting in this breed

C LIST -BREED SPECIALIST

1. For aspiring judges who have shown an interest in the breed and have the support of the five breed clubs.

2. To have 2 (two) years judging experience in any one breed.

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