Training Organisations

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Are you wanting to deliver RSA training?​​

Approval from the Tasmanian Commissioner for Licensing is necessary for RTOs delivering the national competency SITHFAB021​ - Provide responsible service of alcohol.

The steps required to gain approval to deliver an RSA course to Tasmanian residents are as follows:

  1. Use the RSA workbook to ensure that there is sufficient and accurate Tasmanian content included in your RSA course. Where the course is delivered online, complete the self-assessment checklist. This checklist should be completed in conjunction with the Commissioner for Licensing's Guidelines for RSA – both documents are available from the website above.
  2. For your application to be assessed, email the Liquor and Gaming Branch with the following information to licensing@treasury.tas.gov.au:
  3. the course content and assessment details:
    •  completed self-assessment checklist for RSA and log-on details to enable a staff member to test the online course content and assessment (where the course is delivered online); and
    • RTO name, RTO number, contact telephone number and/or email, website address (for advertising your course on our website once approval is granted).
Following review of the national unit of competency SITHFAB021, the Commissioner has approved its use as a basis for RSA training in Tasmania on the condition that the training requires that evidence of performance includes practical assessments. These assessments must include the student providing a demonstration of the refusal of service of alcohol and asking a customer to leave the premises. 

Supporting documents

The Commissioner has approved the development of resources to be used by trainers to support the delivery of the national competency SITHFAB021 - Provide responsible service of alcohol. The RSA workbook has been developed in accordance with the national competency, the Liquor Licensing Act 1990 and the Commissioner's rules and policies.
​Approved RTOs have permission to print the workbook for the purposes of delivering RSA in accordance with the national competency.

The self assessment checklist should be completed in conjunction with the Commissioner for Licensing's Guidelines for RSA.

RCG Training Resources​​

The Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission has approved the development of resources to be used by trainers to support the delivery of the national competency SITHGAM022. The RCG workbook has been developed in accordance with the national competency, the Gaming Control Act 1993 and Commission rules and policies.

 Responsible Conduct of Gambling Workbook


Copyright - Approved RTOs have permission to print the workbook for the purposes of delivering RCG in accordance with the national competency.​