How old do you have to be to work in Rspca?

How old do you have to be to work in Rspca?

We value diversity and encourage volunteers from all sections of the community. Unfortunately, there are limited opportunities for anyone who is under 16 years of age and some restrictions apply in relation to opportunities for under 18’s.

Does Primark hire 16 year olds?

You need to be 16 years old before you can apply for a position at Primark. Once you reach this magic age, you can apply for part-time roles or for full-time roles on completing your education.

How old do you have to be to work at Tesco?

How old do you need to be to join Tesco? We will recruit colleagues from the age of 16 who have passed the school-leaver age for your region, subject to restrictions for specific roles.

How do I become an RSPCA inspector?

RSPCA inspectors investigate complaints about animal cruelty, rescue animals and give advice to animal owners. Explore the different ways to get into this role. You can get experience by volunteering with an animal welfare charity, animal refuge or at one of the RSPCA ‘s own animal care centres.

How long does it take to become an RSPCA trainee?

If you are selected to move on as an RSPCA trainee, you will head into your first of 26 training modules. (You must pass all 26 to qualify). Each module will take between one and eight weeks, and you must pass all 26 within one year of registering for your first. Lodging and board is provided during training modules.

What are the career pathways for RSPCA animal attendants?

Career pathways for RSPCA Animal Attendants could include a team leader (i.e. Senior Animal Attendant), management (i.e. Animal Care Supervisor), educational (i.e. Animal Attendant – Certificate II Trainer and Assessor) or specialist role (i.e. Animal Attendant – Barn).

How do I become a RSPCA vet in Victoria?

Applicants must be registered with the Veterinary Practitioners Registration Board of Victoria. Career pathways for RSPCA Veterinarians could include a Team Leader (i.e. Senior Veterinarian), management (i.e. Chief Veterinarian) or specialist role (i.e. Inspectorate Veterinarian).