The course of training in responsible practices in the sale, supply and service of liquor, which is recognised by the WA licensing authority is called Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol (SITHFAB201) (nationally accredited). This supersedes Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol (SITHFAB009A).
Under section 33(6b) of the Liquor Act, people seeking approval to occupy positions of authority should work under a licence. This is because licensees are required to demonstrate that they have successfully completed an approved course in liquor licensing law and in the responsible service of alcohol prior to the approval of an application or a transfer of licence.
Similarly, applicants for a Restricted or Unrestricted Manager Approval must successfully complete either an approved course in liquor licensing law and or in the responsible service of alcohol (RSA), depending on the type of approval they are seeking.
The Australian Hotels Association (WA) is an accredited RSA training provider for RSA certificate training and has trained more than 100,000 people in all forms of RSA since 1997.
The AHA(WA) has been delivering Responsible Service of Alcohol training in Perth WA for over 13 years. Train with the experts and complete your RSA course online with the AHA(WA). Visit their official website for more information.
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