The Cadet Inspectors Corps of the SPCA was established in 2008 to help young people learn about animal welfare concepts whilst gaining practical experience from the SPCA Inspectorate.
The goal of this programme is two fold:
Training will include three full days of lectures, two days of outings to see animals in captive and non-captive situations, as well as an eight hour attachment with our inspectors.
Lecture topics include
Practical work includes
Cadets will be allowed to assist SPCA inspectors in certain aspects of daily work. This may include responding to calls, animal rescues, as well as participating and organising animal welfare related charity and education events.
“I love small animals and it has always been my wish to help out in front line animal rescue work. Having become a SPCA Cadet Inspector, I better understand the real meaning of animal welfare and now I know how to better look after my dog at home.” - Cadet Inspector Kathleen Ho
1. Download the Cadet Inspector Application Form and fill out.
2. Completed forms should be submitted either by:
Please contact Mr Dicky Lee 3144 5026