Latest list of Covid 19 case Locations in NSW – Click here
RSA Online – (https://barmax.com.au/online-courses/) We strongly encourage students looking for an RSA course to enrol in our RSA online. This is a very well structured course and receives very positive reviews from our graduate students. (see our facebook page) Reminder these can be booked and started within 10 minutes
RCG Virtual Classroom – Not to be confused with an Online courses, the Virtual RCG Classroom is trainer led and approved for delivery by L&GNSW . For this course you will be online all day with our trainer as they deliver the course. (More info)
RCG Online – Currently RCG Online is not approved for delivery by any provider in NSW and you must attend a classroom or Virtual classroom course.
Wollongong – Click here for Wollongong Dates & Times
Liverpool – Click here for Dates & Times
Central Coast – Check website for dates and times . Max 15 people Click here for Central Coast Dates & Times
Newcastle – We are back at the Gallipoli Club – Click here for Newcastle Dates & Times
The COVID Safe app is part of our work to slow the spread of COVID-19. The new COVIDSafe app is completely voluntary. Downloading the app is something you can do to protect you, your family and friends and save the lives of other Australians. The more Australians connect to the COVIDSafe app, the quicker we can find the virus.
As new advice comes to hand from the Australian Government BarMax will update and make decisions accordingly. Latest advice for NSW
Further to this BarMax have reduced class sizes to allow for ‘Social distancing’ within classroom.
Hand sanitiser is available whilst stocks last
Special terms below for courses if feeling unwell.
From March 14th until Sept 30th, 2020 your course validity period has been extended to allow an additional 15 days without penalty so that students who need to be in isolation can do so without fear of a financial burden. Additionally up until Sept 20, 2020, there will be no rescheduling charges (normally $50 per course) if you are unable to attend because you are ill.
We do this to encourage you to stay at home if you are concerned that you may have the coronavirus.
For the latest updates please call 0292114110 (option 1)
Stay home if you are sick
The health and safety of our students and staff is paramount. If students are unwell with respiratory illness, they should remain at home until symptoms resolve and, where appropriate, seek advice from a medical practitioner (and call ahead first). Remember to also clean your hands thoroughly for at least 20-seconds with soap and water and cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze.
The best way to protect yourself from COVID-19 is the same way you would protect yourself from catching flu or other respiratory illnesses.
Clean your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based sanitiser with at least 60% alcohol.
Cover your sneeze or cough with your elbow or with a tissue (and dispose of it immediately). Avoid close contact with people who are ill. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
If you are unwell with a respiratory illness you should remain at home until symptoms clear up.
NSW residents should act now to reduce the risk of infection from coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Social distancing means we reduce the number of close physical and social contacts we have with one another.
When social distancing actions are combined with good personal hygiene measures the spread of a pandemic through the community can be slowed. This helps protect the most vulnerable members of the community and reduces the impact of the pandemic on essential, life-saving health services.
There are many actions individuals, employers and organisations can take now to promote social distancing and help reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection in our community.
The following advice is based on the current stage of the COVID-19 outbreak in NSW. As the situation is evolving rapidly, this advice may need to be updated with additional measures.
Please check the NSW Health COVID-19 website for updates.
NSW residents are urged to take simple steps NOW to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19.
The most important action is to practice good hand hygiene.
Take the following steps to reduce your exposure and chances of getting ill with COVID-19: