We are the preferred RTO for AHA NSW and offer discounts to members. Discounts are also available for organised Liquor Accord groups and work groups. Training can be done at our Alexandria site or on your premise (numbers permitting).
Griffith 19 March
Bathurst 8 April
Newcastle 15 April
Maitland 17 April
Snowy Mountains - 13 May
Port Macquarie 21 May
Deniliquin - mid May
Broken Hill - late May
Tamworth/Armidale - early June
Albury/Wagga - mid June
Central Coast - mid June
Mudgee - late June
Albury/Wagga - early July
Inverell/Moree - early July
Batemans Bay/Woolongong - mid July
Goulbourn - late July
A valid NSW RSA Competency card
Please visit Liquor and Gaming NSW to confirm which training your licence requires. Click here
What You Learn
Licensee training includes:
Understanding the relevent liquor laws and regulations that impact you as a licensee
Knowing your responsibilities in managing your NSW liquor licence
Understanding your responsibilities as a licensee to manage alcohol related harm in your business
How to implement stragtegies for your business to improve operations
Understanding the consequences of non-compliance and what that means for you as a licensee
What You Get
An interim certificate to acknowledge successful completion.
You will then need to visit Service NSW with your Interim Cerificate and Identification to update your Competency Card.
Your new Competency Card will be mailed to the address you applied and is valid for five years.
Successful completion of this course automatically updates your NSW RSA for a further five years
Materials to Bring
Current NSW RSA Competency Card
Photo Identification - Original version of Identification
Very soon you will receive another (separate) email from us asking you to "start course" with us. PLEASE COMPLETE THIS and access the Licensee Training Course for enrolment, pre-reading and RCG Refresher. THIS MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE YOUR FACE TO FACE TRAINING
William Angliss Institute
Established in 1940, William Angliss Institute is the largest specialist provider of food, tourism, hospitality and events training in the Southern Hemisphere. The Institute operates nationally across Australia and internationally, offering industry focused training from our onshore and overseas campuses. With over 22,000 enrolments annually, William Angliss Institute delivers a range of Short Courses, Vocational Certificates (Certificate I to IV), Diplomas & Advanced Diplomas, to Bachelor and Master Degrees.
As an approved training provider and along with a group of stakeholders William Angliss Institute Sydney were involved in the development of the new Licensee Training and Advanced Licensee Training program in partnership with NSW Liquor and Gaming.
The tiered Industry Training Framework that has been developed builds on existing Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training and enhances the professionalism of the liquor industry. The new training courses include:
Licensee training – Compulsory for some new licensees but also available to team leaders, managers and club secretaries Advanced Licensee training – an additional course for those who may operate a business in a higher risk environment, such as businesses authorised to trade after midnight.
The material we helped to develop is intended to support learning by providing knowledge requirements under NSW State liquor laws for employees involved in the sale or service of alcohol. Our training will be offered as face to face in a classroom-environment at our modern Campus in Alexandria NSW, at your premises if you have a minimum of 15 participants and we will also be conducting training across various rural locations throughout NSW
To know if you need to complete a training course go to https://www.liquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au/working-in-the-industry/training-to-work-in-the-industry/getting-trained/licensee-and-advanced-licensee-training
Licensee training includes:
Understanding the relevant liquor laws and regulations that impact you as a licensee Knowing your responsibilities in managing your NSW liquor licence Understanding your responsibilities as a licensee to manage alcohol related harm in your business How to implement strategies for your business to improve operations Understanding the consequences of non-compliance and what that means for you as a licensee