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Licensees' First Step / New Entrant - LFS (FACE TO FACE) - VIC

$180 AUD

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Monday 24 June 2024
9 AM - 3 PM

William Angliss Institute 555 La Trobe Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


What You Learn

- Best practice in managing licensed premises.

- The legislative environment for liquor licensees.

- Understanding your liquor licence.

What You Get

Certificate On The Day, Upon successfully completion of the Training,   you will receive your Licensees First Step Certificate of Completion.

The knowledge of liquor law and licensee obligations under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998

Materials to Bring

Photo Identification (ie. drivers license, passport, etc).


Dress Code

Neat Casual


New Entrant Liquor Licence Training is a training standard developed by LCV – Liquor Control Victoria to ensure that applicants have an adequate knowledge of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998, and Associated regulations.

Topic and purpose:

The aim of Licensees’ First Step is to provide an overview of Victorian liquor licensing laws, and associated regulations. This will assist licensees to comply with their legal obligations and contribute to minimising alcohol related harm in the community.

This course is one of many initiatives that focus on the role of a licensee and your role in minimising alcohol harm through the implementation of best practices.

Most new liquor licence applicants are required to complete Licensees' First Step (New Entrant Training), a Full day course. Liquor Licence applicants who have not completed the RSA course will be required to attend the RSA course as well as the Licensees' First Step training.


The course content includes:

- Purpose of Victoria's liquor laws

- Role of the regulatory authorities

- Understanding / interpreting liquor licence requirements

- Common offences

- Managing best practice

- Licensee forums and accords



The assessment Quiz comprises 20 questions (multiple choice Quiz.)

The pass mark is 70%, or 14 correct answers out of 20.