RSA Refresher ACT - Approval Number RSA2012-003


If you are a server or seller of alcohol in the Australian Capital Territory, you are on the correct website for receiving your official Responsible Service of Alcohol Refresher certificate.

In the ACT, it is mandatory for individuals involved in serving and selling alcohol to hold a current Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certification and requires the renewal of RSA training every three years

This RSA Refresher online course is only available for those who have previously completed an approved RSA full course and require the refresher training to ensure compliance with ACT Government legislation.

You must provide evidence of obtaining your RSA at the start of your training.


RSA Refresher training is required every three years if you are:

  • a licensee or a commercial permit holder;
  • an employee of a licensee or commercial permit holder who supplies liquor at the premises: or,
  • a crowd controller who works at a licensed or permitted premises.

Train at your convenience – 24/7 ONLINE

If you need to complete an RSA Refresher course in the ACT, why not do it online with us? Once you have registered you will have access to your online training account with all the information and resources you need to complete your training. 

Training is done fully online which you can start, stop and resume at any time. Our helpful AAAT Training staff are available if you need learning support.

To get started, register for a free account to access our online learning portal. After you have registered, you’ll be able to purchase your desired course.


Industry Supported

Our online courses are supported by many Australian pubs, clubs and venues in the hospitality industry. Some of our clients include Nando’s, Moet Hennessy, Boost Juice, Guzman Y Gomez, Dan Murphy’s and BWS.


Access Canberra is responsible for liquor laws.

This cousre is ONLY for those who have previoulsy completed an ACT RSA or an ACT Refresher..

RSA Refresher training for the ACT should be completed by any person who has satisfactorily completed an Approved RSA ACT training program conducted by an Approved Registered Tarining Organisation such as Access All Areas Training. Evidence of completion of the Approved RSA ACT training program must be submitted at the commencement of your training. 

Licensees and commercial permit holders (excluding influential persons of a corporation who do not supply liquor), employees supplying liquor and crowd controllers at licensed or permitted premises are required to have successfully completed a responsible service of alcohol (RSA) training course by an approved registered training organisation.

RSA Refresher training likely to be required every three years if you are:

  • a licensee or a commercial permit holder;
  • an employee of a licensee or commercial permit holder who supplies liquor at the premises: or,
  • a crowd controller who works at a licensed or permitted premises.

At AAAT we very proud of the business we have built, and wanted to let you know why we think we are different to the other training companies.

If you chose AAAT for your training you will get;

  • Your own online training account where you can store and access your accreditations and course material. You can keep this access even after you have finished for future reference
  • Engaging content via a genuine on-line learning environment (not just boring old PDF or PowerPoint slides!)
  • A training and assessment team with a strong history in the hospitality industry. We only provide training for the Hospitality Industry.
  • A team focussed on making your learning work for you and getting you the accreditation you need as soon as possible- We have helped over 60,000 students get their training accreditations.

Perhaps, our clients say it best….

Having been in the hospitality industry for over 35 years and due to the requirement to move interstate and internationally I’ve been required to complete a range of RSA courses.  The Access All Areas training programme is one of the best training modules I have completed

Mike, General Manager Resort Hotel, TAS

Just a quick email to mention how Alicia was exceptional with me today. She helped me throughout my RSA NSW online course and even stayed after work to make sure I would get my certificate -she saved my job and deserves the ''employee of the month''

William, NSW

I really appreciated the videos to make the situations more realistic. I also appreciated the 2nd and 3rd opportunities to get the answer correct rather than just being rejected as unsuccessful. It was also extremely helpful to know you were just a phone call away when I got really stuck.

Robyn, SA Vineyard

The Access All Areas RSA training programme was convenient and uncomplicated. The system was easy to navigate through and their customer service was excellent.

Mark, NSW

In the RSA ACT Online Course you will learn to

  • Legally sell, serve and promote alcohol;
  • Measure standard drinks and advise patrons;
  • Assess and monitor the levels of intoxication of patrons;
  • Sell or serve alcohol responsibly;
  • Assist customers to drink within appropriate limits;
  • Assess alcohol-affected customers and identify customers to whom sale or service must be refused;
  • Detect and prevent underage drinking.

To ensure that you meet the learning outcomes for this unit, you are asked to complete the following General Assessment requirements – there are three (3) main stages of the assessment:

Knowledge Assessment
The knowledge assessment refers to the quizzes contained throughout the course which are found at the end of each module, each question must be answered correctly to enable you to proceed to the next module. If an incorrect answer/s is submitted you will be automatically taken to the beginning of the module to re-read content and re-answer the incorrect question/s

Interactive Videos

You will be asked to work through 6 interactive videos. Each video presents a scenario in which you have to click on objects and statements within the video to progress.

100% pass

You are required to get everything correct.

If you answer a question incorrectly - don’t panic. You don’t have to complete the entire assessment again. You only need to re-attempt the incorrect question/s, you are required to obtain 100% before we will issue your certificate.

We suggest that take time to review the learning material carefully before reattempting your question/s. You will be required to spend a minimum of 30 minutes in each module and you will be required to attain a 100% pass before proceeding to the next module.