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Online Course- Continual intake. Flexible start & finish times and dates.
This course is conducted over the internet.
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07 5448 8570
QHI makes completing your Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) - Online easy. Let us help you get your nationally accredited RSA statement of attainment and land your dream job today! This course is Nationally Accredited and OLGR Queensland approved. On completion of the Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) - Online you will be able to download your statement of attainment and Qld OLGR RSA certificate instantly!! We recommend you read the state requirements by clicking here before purchase. If, in the unlikely event our trainers are unable to work with you to help you achieve competency and a pass grade, we will refund your course fee's in full.
When purchasing your RSA course make sure you choose the National RSA & Queensland OLGR approved course. You will complete one RSA course but recieve both the OLGR Queensland RSA certificate and the National RSA statement of attainment. This RSA course contains information on all Australian states. You may also want to look at our current promotions by clicking here.
This Responsible Service of Alcohol Training Course (RSA) - Online covers the following subjects:
• Alcohol and the law
• Legal responsibilities
• Underage drinking
• Alcohol effects & concerns
• Alcohol facts
• Fines and signs
• Refusing service
• Duty of care
On completion of the Responsible Service of Alcohol Training Course (RSA) - Online you will be issued an accredited RSA Certificate. With this certificate you would be able to apply for positions in licensed bars, hotels, pubs and clubs, retail liquor outlets, and licensed function and event centres.
Basic computer skills are required to complete this Responsible Service of Alcohol Training Course(RSA) - Online.
PLEASE READ STATE & TERRITORY REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO BOOKING!
The online Nationally Accredited RSA course is NOT accepted in Victoria
Changes have been made to RSA training requirements to provide a more consistent approach and
to make RSA training compulsory for more employees. Under the new amendments, compulsory RSA training will be extended to include licensees and serving staff operating under a general, on-premises or late night licence.
Those holding a packaged liquor licence or working in a business holding such a licence are already required to undergo RSA training. Existing licensees and serving staff operating under a general, on-premises or late night licence will have 12 months from 1 January 2011 to complete an RSA course approved by the Director of Liquor Licensing (the Director). Approved courses provide a certificate with the signature of the Director.
Licensees and staff will be required to complete the online RSA refresher course every three years. This is a free course offered on the alcohol website. Licensees subject to the RSA training requirement will need to maintain an up-to-date RSA training register.
Queensland (QLD) - Nationally Accredited certificate is accepted in Queensland
Liquor Licensing Tasmania
Nationally Accredited certificate is NOT accepted in Tasmania
Western Australia (WA)
WA Liquor Licensing
Nationally Accredited certificate is accepted in Western Australia
South Australia (SA)
SA Liquor Administration
Nationally Accredited certificate is accepted in South Australia
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
ACT Office of Fair Trading
Nationally Accredited certificate is NOT accepted in the ACT
New South Wales (NSW)
NSW Office of Liquor Gaming and Racing
Nationally Accredited certificate is NOT accepted in New South Wales.
A Liquor Administration Board (LAB) certificate is the only certificate accepted in NSW. QHI is approved to deliver the NSW RSA course online
Northern Territory (NT)
NT Department of Justice
Nationally Accredited certificate is accepted in the Northern Territory