When: Saturday 16th June 2012.
Venue: Hotel Great Northern, 35-43 Jonson Street, Byron Bay
Time: 9.30am - 4pm
Price: $150 - To enrol simply click the 'Enrol Now' button below. We will then email you a booking confirmation, together with a tax invoice/receipt within one business day.
What to Bring: Photo ID, Notebook and Pen
What you get: We will email you an Interim RSA Certificate on Monday 18th June 2012, together with instructions on how to obtain your NSW Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing Photo Competency Card. We will also email you your nationally recognised Statement of Attainment SITHFAB009A and the comprehensive NSW OLGR RSA Workbook from the class for future reference.
NSW OLGR Info: From 22 August 2011, the photo competency card will replace paper-based RSA certificate.Students who successfully complete their RSA course in NSW from 22 August 2011 will need to apply for a photo competency card by producing their interim certificate and appropriate identification and having their photograph taken at a participating Australia Post outlet.
NSW OLGR are phasing out the previously issued paper certificates. The first group of RSA paper certificate to expire are those issued prior to 31 December 2000 which will no longer be valid from 1 July 2012. Holders of this certificate who are still working in the industry need to complete an RSA course with an approved training organisation and obtain their photo competency card (or interim certificate) by 30 June 2012.
Further details of the second stage of the transition arrangements, which apply from 2013, will be announced early next year. Paper certificate holders will be given ample time to undertake a course and obtain the new photo competency card.
For more information - visit http://www.olgr.nsw.gov.au/photocard.asp
What you learn?
Legal requirements of the service, sale and promotion of alcohol
Harm minimisation and duty of care
Anticipating problems and managing patrons
Advise patrons on "standard drinks" and the effects of alcohol
Assess and monitor the levels of intoxication of patrons
Provide a range of options to assist customers to drink within appropriate limits
Knowing the reason for refusing service to intoxicate customers
Skills to detect and prevent under-age drinking
Refusing service and assisting intoxicated customers
Who is the course suitable for?
RSA (NSW) training applies to licensees, approved managers, all staff working on licensed premises, and security officers
The NSW RSA course is recognised in all states except Victoria, ACT, Tasmania and Queensland