The title of International Working Champion
is awarded by the FCI after the handler applied for it
through his/her LAO.
To be eligible for the title, the following requirements apply:
two CACIT or alternatively one CACIT and two Reserve CACIT,
separated by at least one year and one day, earned in two
different countries under two different judges together with
at least a very good at an FCI international show.
The CACIT and Reserve CACIT can be awarded at events sanctioned
by the FCI.
All LAO must be invited to a CACIT event. A minimum of two
judges must be invited, one of them being from a country
different from the organisers country. The awards are
granted upon proposal of the judges.
The CACIT and Reserve CACIT can only be awarded to dogs of
breeds which appear on the FCI Breed
Nomenclature as non-hunting working breeds and which have
earned an excellent or very good in
test, in class IPO-3. The CACIT is not automatically linked
to the placing achieved.
The awarding of the title of National Working Champion
depends on the LAO.