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Alcohol Training

Queensland - Avoid the fine, pay on time

21 June 2021 Avoid the fine, pay on time - Queensland Liquor and Gaming Annual liquor licence fees due 31 July Annual liquor licence fee notices for 2021 will be mailed to licensees in late June and are due for payment by 31 July 2021. It’s vital you pay your annual fee by the due date to avoid your licence being automatically suspended, as you will be then unable to sell liquor. If your fee remains ...

Artisan liquor licence benefiting small business

4 June 2021 As of 20 May 2021, OLGR had received 75 applications for the new artisan producer licence. This artisan producer licence means Queensland’s estimated 90 independent craft breweries and 34 independent artisan distilleries can: have unlimited sales of a licensee’s own product, within production limits, for on-site consumption sell their own products for takeaway and online sell limited takeaways and on-site samples of their liquor at promotional events apply to sell their liquor for on-site consumption ...

Reminder of what is an Approved Manager WA - DLGSC

4 June 2021 Approved manager and training requirements at licensed premises Guidance for licensees on how to comply with: The requirement to have an approved manager. The mandatory training requirements for approved managers and other persons engaged in the sale, supply or service of liquor. Approved Managers Well managed premises and the responsible service of alcohol are seen as important tools in providing consumers with safer, more responsible venues that are committed to implementing harm-minimisation strategies. In this context, ...

Help prevent drink spiking

27 May 2021 The incidence of drink spiking has increased in our community. A 'spiked drink' means that alcohol or drugs have been added to someone's drink without their knowledge or consent. Any drink can be spiked, including juice, soft drink, water and alcohol. If a person has their drink spiked, they can be vulnerable to sexual assault, robbery and other harmful actions. As venue operators and licence holders, we want you to help educate ...

Under-18 patrons on licensed premises

27 May 2021 Responsible Service of Alcohol to Minors Minors on licensed premises Anyone under the age of 18 years is considered a minor. The legal drinking age in Victoria is 18 years. It's illegal for any person to supply alcohol to a minor on licensed premises. It's also illegal for a minor to be on licensed premises to purchase, receive or consume alcohol. Minors and licensed premises Minors are not permitted to drink alcohol on licensed premises ...

Ensure your Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate is from an accredited RTO

26 March 2021 VCGLR approved training organisations provide students with a VCGLR branded certificate upon completion of their Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) course, allowing them to work in licensed venues in Victoria. Any other certificates are not accepted by inspectors. RSA training is mandatory for certain types of liquor licences but as best practice, all staff should be RSA trained. Only three RTOs are currently approved by the VCGLR to deliver online RSA: Access All Areas ...

Working as one - Queensland's liquor accords

26 March 2021 Since the early ‘90s, liquor accords have played an important role in bringing together licensees, regulatory bodies and community groups. Starting in Surfers Paradise, there are now over 70 accords throughout the State including the Northern Peninsula. Accords are voluntary agreements between members who cooperate to develop safe and well-managed environments in and around licensed premises in their area. Membership mainly comprises liquor licensees with local and State Government representatives (including ...

New liquor and gaming signage

10 November 2020 Changes will be made to liquor and gaming signage to increase flexibility, reduce costs and wait times for licensees, and better assist to minimise harm. The changes will take effect from 18 January 2021. New engaging signage designs The new liquor signage meets Australian Standards in relation to colour and pictograms, are visually appealing, and easy to understand. New gaming signage has been developed using research and independently tested for effectiveness in ...

RSA NSW Competency ID Card fee increase $1

17 March 2020 As of March 2020, Liquor and Gaming NSW have increased the competency ID card fee, The fee is now $86 and is included in the AAAT course fee: Full RSA NSW  unit - $136 Includes: interim certificate RSA Statement of Attainment Competency ID Card  

NSW Government announces major liquor law reforms

20 January 2020 NSW Government announces major liquor law reforms On 28 November 2019 the NSW Government announced it will implement certain key recommendations from the Joint Select Committee’s report on Sydney’s night time economy, including a range of reforms to NSW’s liquor laws. The liquor law reforms will be implemented in stages to allow time for consultation where necessary. Initial liquor law reforms are planned to come into effect on 14 January 2020 and include ...

The NSW Digital Driver Licence

18 December 2019   The NSW Digital Driver Licence has gone live across NSW. It might be presented to you as proof of age and identity at licenced venues and events. NSW Police accept the Digital Driver Licence. Security licence holders who tested the Digital Driver Licence found it easy to check. Here’s why: Easily identify under 18s Under-age customers will have an ‘Under 18’ indicator next to their date of birth. This feature was added in ...

L&GNSW Online Bridging course

23 September 2019 Liquor & Gaming NSW is making it faster, easier and cheaper for interstate workers to start working in the NSW liquor industry. Qualified interstate workers only need to complete the new online NSW Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) Bridging course to gain a NSW RSA competency. The course takes only 90 minutes to complete and costs $85. It focuses on the NSW liquor laws, industry best practice and guidance on how to ...

Making changes to interim NSW RSA certificates is now easier

27 November 2018 Changes to an interim NSW Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certificate that holders may require are now being processed by Service NSW. For example, if a name or date of birth correction is needed, people can now visit a Service NSW centre to have their interim certificate amended. The amendment and proof of identity check will be completed in one transaction and the interim certificate amendment form (CC0300) will no longer be ...

RSA Training for Crowd Controllers

30 July 2018 From 1 July 2018 all licensed crowd controllers working on licensed premises will be required to have Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training. The RSA course can be completed online and a list of registered training organisations is available online. For further information, please view the Director’s Policy on Mandatory Training. The current RSA course code is SITHFAB002, however if you have competed an RSA course previously, Page three of the ...

Approved Forms of ID Western Australia

28 February 2018 On 20 January 2018 an amendment to the Liquor Control Regulations 1989 will come into effect. The amendment will add a new type of proof of age document to regulation 18A – the hard copy ‘Keypass’ identity card that is issued by Australia Post. Further information on the Keypass card is available at: https://auspost.com.au/id-and-document-services/apply-for-a-keypass-id-card?fm=search-organic