Betting Clerks take bets from customers at betting agencies, over the telephone and on course
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- taking bets and debiting credit accounts and bank accounts electronically, and receiving cash
- recording and entering bets electronically and in transaction ledgers
- issuing tickets and preparing summaries of transactions
- monitoring amounts of money placed on race entrants
- checking details and numbers on winning betting tickets against those in betting ledgers and electronic records, and paying out money on winning tickets
- verifying the identity and account balances of betting agency customers
- answering betting inquiries over the telephone, via email and in person
- may work in a call centre
- Betting Agency Counter Clerk
- Bookmaker's Clerk
- Telephone Betting Clerk
- Betting Clerks
VET (Vocational Education And Training)
- 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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