It is a legal requirement for any person serving or supplying alcohol in a licensed premise to have completed their Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training.
This course is suitable for those currently working in or seeking work in the hospitality industry, in a role that involves the sale and supply of liquor. This may include food and beverage attendants at cafes and restaurants, bottle shop staff, or cellar door staff at wineries, breweries and distilleries.
In this course you will learn how to sell or serve alcohol responsibly, how to assist customers to drink within appropriate limits, communication strategies to refuse the supply of alcohol, and more. You will also gain an understanding of the current RSA legislation in South Australia.
To ensure that your RSA qualification is valid in South Australia this course will be delivered in a blended method of online and in person. The theory component must be completed online with the assessment requiring your participation at a TAFE SA location. Note: both the theory and assessment components for some regional locations will both be delivered in person.
Students will be required to undertake approximately 2 hours of pre-reading activities to assist with content knowledge prior to attending the on-campus component of the course.
The minimum age to complete your RSA is 17. You cannot serve or supply alcohol until you are 18.
Under current South Australian legislation your RSA does not have an expiry date.
RSA certification requirements differ across states and territories. This course meets the requirements for your RSA in South Australia.
Provide responsible service of alcohol (SITHFAB002)
Wed 19 Feb 20
Tue 21 Apr 20
Mon 25 Nov 19
Tue 26 Nov 19
This delivery is offered under State Government funding subsidies. Eligible students must be an Australian Citizen/Permanent Resident, be 16 years of age or over and reside in an eligible regional location.
Mon 9 Dec 19
Tue 10 Dec 19
Tue 3 Dec 19
Wed 4 Dec 19
Wed 18 Mar 20
Wed 10 Jun 20
Wed 26 Aug 20
Wed 4 Nov 20
Course enquiries and more information
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