Industry OverviewIf you enjoy dealing with people and are a good communicator then a job in the racing industry could be of interest to you. Your main responsibilities could entail taking bets and debiting credit accounts, issuing tickets and preparing summaries of transactions, monitoring amounts of money placed on race entrants and answering betting inquiries over the telephone, via email and in person.
You’ll need to have a keen knowledge of the racing industry to provide advice to your customers, and be a great communicator. Most of the job will be talking to customers and ensuring their bets are captured correctly and answering a lot of questions.
Training & Qualifications
Training and study options for this industry can include Apprenticeships and Traineeships, VET and university pathways. You can start your career in this industry at a Certificate II level, before moving on to certificate II or attain a Diploma if you wish. Specific courses could include:
- Certificate II in Racing Services (Racing Administration)
- Certificate III in Racing Services (Racing Administration
- Certificate IV in Racing Services (Racing Administration)
- Diploma of Racing Services (Racing Administration)
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