Qualification details

RGR50208 - Diploma of Racing Services (Racing Administration) (Release 3)


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DeletedDeleted from RGR08 Racing Training Package04/Jul/2018

ReleaseRelease date
3 (this release) 17/Dec/2013
(View details for release 2) 22/Jan/2013
(View details for release 1) 24/Sep/2008

Units of competency

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BSBWHS501A - Ensure a safe workplaceEnsure a safe workplaceSupersededCore
HLTFA403C - Manage first aid in the workplaceManage first aid in the workplaceSupersededElective
RGRCMN403A - Participate in racing industry appealsParticipate in racing industry appealsSupersededElective
BSBMGT502B - Manage people performanceManage people performanceSupersededElective
AHCBIO202A - Follow site quarantine proceduresFollow site quarantine proceduresSupersededElective
CUVPUB501A - Develop and manage public relations strategiesDevelop and manage public relations strategiesDeletedElective
PSPREG601B - Manage regulatory complianceManage regulatory complianceSupersededElective
SITXMPR501 - Obtain and manage sponsorshipObtain and manage sponsorshipSupersededElective
SRXEVT003B - Coordinate eventsCoordinate eventsDeletedElective
PUACOM001C - Communicate in the workplaceCommunicate in the workplaceSupersededElective
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SchemeCodeClassification value
ANZSCO Identifier 149100 Amusement, Fitness And Sports Centre Managers 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 3391-79 Sport And Recreation Managers Nec 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0921 Sport And Recreation 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 421 Diploma 
Taxonomy - Industry Sector N/A Racing Track Maintenance,Racing Administration 
Taxonomy - Occupation N/A Race Programmer,Race Club Secretary,Track Supervisor (Racing) 

Classification history

SchemeCodeClassification valueStart dateEnd date
ANZSCO Identifier 149100 Amusement, Fitness And Sports Centre Managers 24/Sep/2008 
ASCO (occupation type) Identifier 3391-79 Sport And Recreation Managers Nec 24/Sep/2008 
ASCED Qualification/Course Field of Education Identifier 0921 Sport And Recreation 24/Sep/2008 
Qualification/Course Level of Education Identifier 421 Diploma 24/Sep/2008 
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Modification History


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Initial release


This qualification reflects the role of persons who operate in business with responsibilities for quality outputs, supervising staff, coordinating groups, planning and developing strategic initiatives, and operating in a wide variety of contexts, most of which are complex and non-routine. The size of the business requires higher-level skills particularly in the technical, planning and management areas. Employees at this level are required to evaluate information for planning and research purposes and apply theoretical concepts to a range of situations.

Responsibilities may also include the overall management of race club or regulatory authority administration services, developing budgets, preparing improvement and/or marketing proposals as well as providing services to committees or boards.

While they may not be required to handle horses or greyhounds, employees with this qualification are often required to work close to race animals. For their own safety, the safety of others and the safety of animals, employees must be aware of potential risks and hazards associated with animal behaviour.

Pathways Information

Pathways into the qualification 

RGR40508 Certificate IV in Racing Services (Racing Administration)

Pathways from the qualification 

Licensing considerations 

There are no specific licences that relate to this qualification.

Australian Apprenticeships 

This qualification is suited to Australian Apprenticeship pathways.

Job roles 

Licensing/Regulatory Information

Refer to Pathways Information

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements 

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.

Qualification pathways 

Employability Skills Summary


Employability Skill 

Industry /enterprise requirements for this qualification include :


  • listening and understanding
  • speaking clearly and directly
  • writing to the needs of the audience
  • negotiating responsively
  • reading independently
  • empathising
  • using numeracy effectively
  • understanding the needs of internal and external customers
  • persuading effectively
  • establishing and using networks
  • being assertive
  • sharing information
  • speaking and writing in languages other than English


  • working across different ages irrespective of gender, race, religion or political persuasion
  • working as an individual and as a member of a team
  • knowing how to define a role as part of the team
  • applying teamwork to a range of situations e.g. futures planning and crisis problem solving
  • identifying the strengths of team members
  • coaching and mentoring skills, including giving feedback


  • developing creative, innovative and practical solutions
  • showing independence and initiative in identifying and solving problems
  • solving problems in teams
  • applying a range of strategies to problem solving
  • using mathematics, including budgeting and financial management to solve problems
  • applying problem-solving strategies across a range of areas
  • testing assumptions, taking into account the context of data and circumstances
  • resolving customer concerns in relation to complex project issues

Initiative and enterprise

  • adapting to new situations
  • developing a strategic, creative and long-term vision
  • being creative
  • identifying opportunities not obvious to others
  • translating ideas into action
  • generating a range of options
  • initiating innovative solutions

Planning and organising

  • managing time and priorities - setting time lines, coordinating tasks for self and with others
  • being resourceful
  • taking initiative and making decisions
  • adapting resource allocations to cope with contingencies
  • establishing clear project goals and deliverables
  • allocating people and other resources to tasks
  • planning the use of resources, including time management
  • participating in continuous improvement and planning processes
  • developing a vision and a proactive plan to accompany it
  • predicting - weighing up risk, evaluating alternatives and applying evaluation criteria
  • collecting, analysing and organising information
  • understanding basic business systems and their relationships


  • having a personal vision and goals
  • evaluating and monitoring own performance
  • having knowledge and confidence in own ideas and visions
  • articulating own ideas and visions
  • taking responsibility


  • managing own learning
  • contributing to the learning community at the workplace
  • using a range of mediums to learn - mentoring, peer support and networking, IT and courses
  • applying learning to technical issues (e.g. learning about products) and people issues (e.g. interpersonal and cultural aspects of work)
  • having enthusiasm for ongoing learning
  • being willing to learn in any setting - on and off the job
  • being open to new ideas and techniques
  • being prepared to invest time and effort in learning new skills
  • acknowledging the need to learn in order to accommodate change


  • having a range of basic IT skills
  • applying IT as a management tool
  • using IT to organise data
  • being willing to learn new IT skills
  • having the OHS knowledge to apply technology
  • having the appropriate physical capacity

Packaging Rules

Packaging Rules 

Completion of twenty eight (28) units made up of three (3) core units and twenty five (25) elective units.


  • a minimum of five (5) units from Group A
  • a minimum of fourteen (14) units from Group C
  • a minimum of two (2) units from Groups A, C, D or E
  • a maximum of four (4) units may be selected from the RGR08 Racing Training Package or any other currently endorsed Training Package or accredited course. Selected units must be relevant to job outcomes in the racing industry.

For a Diploma of Racing Services (Racing Administration) at least twelve (12) of the units selected to make up this qualification must be aligned clearly to Diploma outcomes.

Electives may be selected from any of the listed groups A, C, D and E. Refer to Volume IV for the group listings.

The electives can be chosen from any AQF level however they should complement Diploma qualification requirements.

Ideally electives should be chosen as part of the individual training plan for a learner so that they provide skills and knowledge development that is relevant to their employment or future promotion. In some cases an individual training plan may include a mixture of units for those who work in more than one specialist area.


RGRCMN001A Comply with the rules of racing and related protocols

BSBWHS501A Ensure a safe workplace

BSBSUS501A Develop workplace policies and procedures for sustainability


RGRCMN403A Participate in racing industry appeals

RGRTRK402A Relate animal welfare to track and environmental conditions

HLTFA403C Manage first aid in the workplace

PSPREG401C Exercise regulatory powers

PSPREG601B Manage regulatory compliance

PUACOM001C Communicate in the workplace

PUACOM012B Liaise with the media at a local level

AHCBIO202A Follow site quarantine procedures

SISXEMR402A Coordinate emergency response

SRSCOP001B Prepare for public speaking


RGRADM401A Manage race meeting operations

RGRADM402A Prepare for race meeting special events

BSBADM502B Manage meetings

BSBCUS501C Manage quality customer service

BSBFIM501A Manage budgets and financial plans

BSBHRM505A Manage remuneration and employee benefits

BSBHRM506A Manage recruitment selection and induction processes

BSBINM501A Manage an information or knowledge management system

BSBINN301A Promote innovation in a team environment

BSBLED501A Develop a workplace learning environment

BSBMGT502B Manage people performance

BSBMGT505A Manage operational plan

BSBMKG514A implement and monitor marketing services

BSBPMG522A Undertake project work

BSBRSK501B Manage risk

BSBWOR501B Manage personal work priorities and professional development

BSBWOR502B Ensure team effectiveness

CHCPOL402C Contribute to policy development

CUVPUB501A Develop and manage public relations strategies

AHCBUS503A Negotiate and monitor contracts

AHCWRK501A Plan, implement and review a quality assurance program

SISXIND405A Conduct projects

SITHFAB201 Provide responsible service of alcohol

SITXMPR501 Obtain and manage sponsorship

SRXEVT003B Coordinate events

SRXEVT007B Manage spectators at an event or program

SRXGOV004B Work effectively with the board of an organisation

SRXGRO002A Deal with conflict

SRXHRM001B Manage volunteers

TLIR4002A Source goods/services and evaluate contractors

THTFME06A Manage event contractors