SITHFAB201

Responsible Service of Alcohol

About this course

In Queensland it is mandatory that you have an Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate for all staff working within the hospitality industry. Students will learn to sell or serve alcoholic beverages responsibly; assess alcohol affected customers and identify customers to whom sale or service should be refused; assist customers to drink within appropriate limits; refuse service of alcohol.

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Aim

In Queensland it is mandatory that you have an Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate for all staff working within the hospitality industry.

Components

Sell or serve alcoholic beverages responsibly; assess alcohol affected customers and identify customers to whom sale or service should be refused; assist customers to drink within appropriate limits; refuse service of alcohol.

Outcome

At the completion of the course you will obtain a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for [SITHFAB201] Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol.

Career Opportunities

Bar Attendant; Bottle Shop Attendant; Catering Assistant; Food & Beverage Attendant; Gaming Attendant; Receptionist; Housekeeping; Porter

Entry Requirements

There are no pre-requisites to entry to this qualification.

Program Duration

The course takes approximately 4 hours to complete face-to-face.

Cost

$60

Recognition for prior Learning (RPL):

If you are currently working in a hospitality environment then you may be entitled to Recognition of Prior Learning.  (RPL) is a nationally recognised process which helps you gain credit towards a certificate based on the skills and experience you have picked up from:

  • Previous learning
  • Work or industry experience (paid or unpaid)
  • Volunteering
  • Partially completed studies

 

Outline

  • Sell or serve alcohol responsibly
  • Assist customers to drink within appropriate limits
  • Assess alcohol affected customers and identify customers to whom sale or service must be refused
  • Refuse to provide alcohol