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  •  SITHFAB201 Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol
  •  Nationally Accredited Statement of Attainment
  •  Valid in QLD/ NT/ SA/ WA
  •  RSA Online FAQ

RSG

QLD/ NT/ WA
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  •  SITHGAM201 Provide Responsible Gambling Services
  •  Nationally Accredited Statement of Attainment
  •  Valid in QLD/ NT/ WA
  •  RSG Online FAQ

RSA Tasmania

TAS
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  •  SITHFAB201 Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol
  •  Nationally Accredited Statement of Attainment
  •  Valid in TAS
  •  RSA TAS Online FAQ

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As of 1 July 2013, the Office of Liquor Gaming and Racing (OLGR) is not responsible for online RSA/RSG training. The online RSA/RSG offered on this site continues to comply with QLD specific issues and the national requirements.


RSA

According to Queensland’s Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation, all new employees involved in the service or supply of liquor have 30 days from the date of commencing employment to obtain their RSA training course certificate.

From 1 July 2013 the training course certificate recognised for having completed mandatory RSA training required by the Liquor Act 1992 is a VET (Vocational Education & Training) Statement of Attainment in ‘Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol’.

RSG

According to Queensland’s Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation, all new employees performing gaming tasks or duties have three months from the date of starting employment to obtain their RSG course certificate.

From 1 July 2013 the training course certificate recognised for having completed mandatory RSG training required by the Gaming Machine Act 1991 is a VET Statement of Attainment in ‘Provide Responsible Gambling Services’.

RSA

According to Liquor Act, Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certificates for staff involved in the service of alcohol are compulsory in the Northern Territory, in line with the rest of Australia.

Commission recognises all RSA certificates issued by accredited training providers interstate.

RSG

According to Northern Territory Code of Practice for Responsible Gambling, all relevant staff engaged in gambling services must complete appropriate gambling training within three months of the commencement of their employment.

RSA

Liquor Control Act 1988, states that for becoming a responsible person to serve alcohol, you need to complete Nationally Accredited RSA Certificate.

RSG

Following legislation is followed -

  • Gaming and Wagering Commission Act 1987
  • Casino (Burswood Island) Agreement Act 1985
  • Casino Control Act 1984
  • Gaming and Betting (Contracts and Securities) Act 1985

You need to complete Nationally Accredited Responsible Gambling Services Training – SITHGAM201 to be able to work in a licensed premises.

RSA

For becoming a responsible person to serve alcohol:

  • You need to complete Nationally Accredited Responsible Service of Alcohol Training (SITHFAB201)
  • Your licensee makes application to have a responsible person approved at their premises. You will receive an identification badge indicating you are approved as a responsible person under the Liquor Licensing Act 1997.

According to Commissioners General Code of Practice for required training and practices, a licensee must ensure that all staff involved in the service or supply of liquor on the licensed premises complete nationally accredited responsible service of alcohol training.

A responsible person approved by the licensing authority will be issued with a photo identification badge indicating that they are approved as a responsible person under the Liquor Licensing Act 1997.The approved responsible person must wear the issued identification badge at all times while on duty.

RSA Tasmania

A licensee must not allow a person to serve liquor on licensed premises unless the person -

  1. has successfully completed an "approved course" - (RSA training course); or
  2. has been an employee of the licensee for less than 3 months and is –
    1. undertaking a RSA training course; or
    2. formally enrolled in a RSA training course to be held within three months of commencing employment.

An "approved course" means a course of instruction or training in the service of liquor, approved by the Commissioner.

The Commissioner recognises courses that deliver the national competency "SITHFAB201 - Provide responsible service of alcohol" conducted by an RTO.

RSA training provides licensees, liquor serving staff and security employees with knowledge and awareness about the responsible service and consumption of liquor in premises where liquor is sold.

A person applying to hold a liquor licence is required to undertake RSA training unless exempted by the Commissioner for Licensing. Exemptions may be granted for special liquor licence applicants in certain circumstances.