Monday, 5 December 2016
Licence renewals on-line

Racing NSW in conjunction with Racing Australia is progressively introducing the ability for paper based licence renewals to be completed online via the Single National System (SNS).

The SNS is now delivering to the Thoroughbred industry nationally the capacity to provide participants with core industry functions on-line rather than completing paper based forms.
For licence renewals, initially it is stablehands and bookmaker’s clerks, moving to Trainer, Jockey and other renewals next.

Forepersons/Stablehand & Bookmakers Clerk Renewals are now On-Line for 2016/17

A written step by step ‘How to’ video and a User guide document have been developed to assist with the process.

To assist licensees with the transition it has been decided to extend the due date for these licence types until 31/12/2016.

‘How to’ video
‘Step by Step’ User guide
Start: Create Account for Licence

For On-Line assistance please contact the RA Helpdesk on 03 8354 2545 or the Racing NSW Licensing Department with any general enquiries 02 9551 7500


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