Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training is endorsed by L&G NSW formally the Office of Liquor and Gaming. (OLGR) The Responsible Service of Alcohol course is part of the NSW governments ongoing commitment to the implementation of responsible drinking practices. This accredited program has been developed to meet identified needs of industry stakeholders and the community across NSW as well as addressing the required learning outcomes within liquor and licensing.
If you wish to obtain employment in the sale of liquor or you have employees involved in the sale of liquor, you are required to complete the RSA. The course involves learning about better business practices, legalities, responsibilities, facts about alcohol, monitoring the premises and improving the atmosphere. On completion of the course, you will receive an interim certificate, allowing you to serve alcohol across NSW which is valid for 90 days until you receive your official competency card. With this interim certificate you will be able to apply for a permanent RSA competency card at Service NSW centers.
A competency card is required if you wish to seek employment within the Kings Cross Precinct in Sydney. Once you have received your interim certificate you are then able to complete the assessment to receive the Statement of Attainment for the National Unit of Competency SITHFAB002 - Provide responsible service of alcohol. Important Information although this course is aligned to a nationally accredited unit, it may not be accepted in certain states and territories. It is advisable to contact the appropriate government department if moving interstate. Please note: A good understanding of written and spoken English is required to undertake this course.
Please note that personal information on our enrolment form captures data that is required to create your competency card. As such please be aware that this is used and shared with L&GNSW formally OLGR. IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO RENEW YOUR COMPETENCY CARD PLEASE CLICK HERE
High school groups a specialty where a William Angliss trainer can visit your school providing student work books and fact sheets. Minimum 15 students and maximum 30.
Please note: A good understanding of written and spoken English is required to undertake this course. Please note that personal information on our enrolment form captures data that is required to create your competency card. As such please be aware that this is used and shared with the L&GNSW formally the Office of Liquor and Gaming and Racing (OLGR)