- Price: $85.00
This QLD Liquor Licensing Division approved course provides the participant with both theory and practical skills in the service and obligations of employees and patrons when dealing with alcohol.
(8:45am - 1:00pm)
- What is Responsible Service of Alcohol
- Intoxicated & Disorderly Patrons
- Staff Training
- Responsible Hospitality Practices
- Noise and Amenity
- Consultation with the Community and Key Stakeholder Groups
- Compliance with Laws
Registrations for this course will commence at 8.45am with course commencement at 9.00am sharp. Students who have not registered before 9.00am will not be admitted to the course, but may be offered a place in a future course.
Corporate rates are available with training provided at our Education centre or at your workplace. Contact College Australia for a quote.
We have been contacted by several people who have completed RSA training in the Brisbane City Council area by other training companies which are not licensed by the Liquor Licensing Division (LLD). Please read the following information.
Is Liquor Licensing Division the only RSA provider in Queensland?
- No. RSA is an element of competency (THHBFB09B) from the nationally endorsed Hospitality and Tourism Training Package THH02/THT02. A Registered Training Organisation (RTO) who is
registered with the appropriate scope can deliver RSA under the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF). Whilst LLD will not recognise an RSA Statement of Attainment from a RTO to meet the
mandatory qualification under the liquor legislation, an RTO will recognise the LLD RSA program as fulfilling the competencies under the AQTF.
• LLD only licenses trainers to deliver RSA through a contracted RTO with which the approved trainer has a written agreement.
Does the Liquor Licensing Division's RSA course incorporate 'mutual recognition', 'recognition of prior learning' or a 'bridging course' if I have worked in the industry or done the program before?
No. The LLD RSA course is about understanding the liquor legislation in Queensland and how it applies to and effects licensed premises, employees and patrons in Queensland. Liquor legislation can change on an annual basis; therefore it is important that you are aware of all the requirements. Further, the course is only 4-5 hours and does not require extensive commitment to participate.
RSA Certificates are issued on the same day of completion following the marking of the papers.