RSA Sydney

Course Detail

The RSA is required by law to provide a duty of care to patrons in liquor licensed venues such as bars, pubs, hotels, restaurants, cafés and bottle-shops. Complete Hospitality Training is authorised by the NSW Justice Office of Liquor & Gaming to deliver RSA training.

The RSA is mandatory in NSW to find a job where alcohol is served.

What You Will Learn

  • Strategies to prevent intoxication and underage drinking
  • The context of RSA
  • Your legal responsibilities
  • Alcohol guidelines for low risk drinking and much more...
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Learners will be assessed at the end of the classroom session. Complete Hospitality Training utilises competency-based assessment method to confirm the required knowledge and skills have been achieved. If a student is unable to achieve competence the first time, they can repeat the course until they are competent.

Course Duration

1 Day face-to-face training (7 hours)


Learners who succesfully complete this course will be issued with the nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the units:

SITHFAB002 - Responsible service of alcohol

In addition to this Statement, student will also receive the interim certificate from Liquor and Gaming NSW.

Entrance Requirements / Pre-requisites

There are no pre-requisite units for this course.

How to Make a Booking

To book into this course, please follow these simple steps:

  • Select a date from the course timetable on this page.
  • Complete the short online form.
  • Make a payment via credit or debit card.
  • Receive an email with confirmation of your booking.
  • If you are completing a nationally recognised unit you will need to complete a short questionnaire which includes getting your USI (Unique Student Identifier.)

Proof of Identity

Learners are required to bring identification documents, such as a driver’s licence or passport when attending the course.

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