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RSA certification in Australia
Monday, July 10, 2017
What is RSA?
It is mandatory in Australia to undergo Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training and get certified if you will be working in any licensed establishment that offers, serves, sells or supplies alcohol (e.g. pub, restaurant, nightclub). You are not allowed to work in the liquor industry without having undergone and successfully completed your RSA training. You can...
Anyone for a Summer Job?
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
It’s officially the silly season! We have come out of hibernation, many companies have Christmas parties or end of year functions and of course Summer
always brings an increase in events and tourism.
It is therefore no surprise that many service based businesses are looking for new staff to start ASAP! In fact there are more than 1,500 jobs in...
How To Apply For Your NSW RSA Competency Card
Friday, September 4, 2015
So you’ve done your RSA and/or your RCG courses for NSW with TCP Training and you passed - awesome!! Well done! This means that you now need to think about
applying for your photo competency card. And you may need to do it quickly - did you know that there are certain areas that require you to have the
RSA Questions: When To Refuse a Drink?
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
If you are thinking of completing your
Responsible Service of Alcohol certification with TCP Training, you may be wondering
what questions come up on the test?
Well, we can help you out but we can’t take the test for you! Check our guide to standard drink policy in Australia which is just one aspect of the Responsible
Service of Alcohol...
Jobs Available With An RSA Certificate
Friday, August 29, 2014
If you are thinking of taking your Responsible Service of Alcohol certification you might be interested to know just how many career opportunities one
RSA course can open up for you. Having completed your day long
course with TCP Training, you can then apply for a host of jobs throughout the hospitality industry - some of which you may not...