Membership Renewals

At the Committee meeting on 24 January 2022 the Committee confirmed that for members from before 2022 (ie those who have been impacted by COVID shutdowns etc), their renewals will be held over, and will now become due on 1 January 2023.
For Members who are starting this year (2022), their renewals will be due next year as normal (ie after 12 months).

Resumption of Training

From Friday 29th October all Club activities will be able to resume.

Obedience Training will re-commence on Sunday 31st October (9am for Level 1 & Grad/Novice and 1015 for Level 2 & 3)and Tuesday 2nd November (7pm for Level 1 & Grad/Novice and 8pm for Level 2 & 3).

If you are enrolled in Level 1 you will be contacted directly via e-mail with further details.

If you are in Level 2 (intermediate), Level 3 (Advanced) and Grad/Novice, there is no need to register, just turn up on the day and you will be allocated to a class.

For full details on the club’s COVID Safety Plan, please head to the “Training in a COVID Safe Environment” page.

Please contact us via e-mail if you any questions.

Proposed Changes to the TDTC Constitution

URGENT UPDATE

The General Meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday 24th November 2021.

The TDTC Committee will hold a meeting at 7:30pm on Wednesday 24th November, to vote on the Special Resolution proposing the adoption of a revised Constitution. Click here to view the formal Notice of Reconvening a Special Meeting.

You can view the current TDTC Constitution and the  draft Constitution here. For more information please read through our frequently asked questions page.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, you can vote by proxy. Details on how to vote by proxy are available here and this is the proxy form which should be used.

***RESUMPTION OF TRAINING***

Our Return to play in a COVID-safe environment plan and further information about our return is available via the link below.

Training in a COVID safe environment

Our remaining sessions for 2020, will run with shorter class times, over 10 weeks. The shorter class are to provide time for members to exit the grounds, and enable the club to keep within the Directions issued by the ACT Government, in having no more than 100 people on the grounds at any one time.

Our updated sessions, including dates and class times can be found here

During class times on both Sunday and Tuesday, our exercise yards will be closed. This is to ensure members do not congregate on the grounds, before or after their class times. We have taken the approach, along with many other club in the ACT to ‘get in, train, get out. We appreciate your assistance in following these new processes.

Our exercise yards will be open outside of class times, We ask that you continue to the current social distancing rules:
     • remain at least 1.5 metres away from other people (other than people in your household)
     • practise good hygiene (including washing your hands often and avoid touching your face)
     • go to the ACT Government website for more information www.covid19.act.gov.au.

We look forward to seeing you and your pooches again soon. 

 

Thank you for all your support at our Annual Open Night

Our annual Open Night was a great success, and we could not have done it without all our generous supporters.

The club’s 2018 annual open night went off without a bang, and assisted us to welcome the Tuggeranong Community and showcase what the club offers to the community to assist with their dog training needs.

Our annual open nights are a major fundraiser for the club, and helps us maintain our wonderful grounds, and continue to offer fantastic classes.

We would like to send a big thankyou to our supporters, who without them, our open night, and our yearly operations wouldn’t be as successful.