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Interstate RSA Holders

Interstate RSA Holders

Have you completed an RSA course Interstate (Not NSW)?

If you have completed an RSA in another state and have moved to NSW you may be eligible to complete the Liquor & Gaming NSW Bridging course if you are seeking to obtain an RSA endorsement on a Photo Competency Card.

Please note you will still have to pay the ‘Photo Competency Card’ fee once you have completed the Bridging course.

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What you’ll need

To qualify to be able to complete the Bridging course you must satisfy one of the below conditions and provide documentation.

For the purposes of this condition, ‘eligible RSA certification’ means;

  • Personal details – name (matching your ID documents exactly), address, contact detail
  • for applicants from Victoria, one of the following (issued within 3 years prior to completing the NSW bridging course):
    • your RSA certificate, or
    • your RSA refresher certificate.
  • for applicants from the ACT, one of the following (issued within 3 years prior to completing the NSW bridging course):
    • a national RSA Statement of Attainment
    • your USI Transcript, or
    • your RSA refresher certificate.
  • for applicants from any other Australian state or territory, one of the following (issued within 5 years of completing the NSW bridging course):
    • a national RSA Statement of Attainment, or
    • your USI Transcript.

How to apply

  1. Enter personal details exactly as it appears on your identity documents
  2. Complete the online NSW RSA Bridging course
  3. Pay the competency card fee online by credit card
  4. Get your NSW Bridging Course Completion Certificate
  5. Gather your original interstate RSA certificate, NSW Bridging Course Completion Certificate and your identity documents
  6. Visit a participating Service NSW Centre to verify your RSA certificate, undertake proof of identity check, have your photo taken and submit your application.
    Note:

    1. you will require 100 points of ID documents – see the back of the NSW Bridging Course Completion Certificate for acceptable document types
    2. your personal details on your Bridging Course Completion certificate must match your ID – any discrepancies can be fixed at Service NSW
  7. After successful verification and ID check, you will be emailed a NSW RSA Bridging Interim Certificate which will allow you to serve, sell or supply alcohol at licensed premises in NSW. You will also be able to undertake Licensee Training and/or Advanced Licensee Training
  8. After your Interim Certificate has been issued, you will immediately be able to download your digital competency card to the Service NSW app on your smartphone
  9. Your photo competency card will be mailed to you within 4 weeks of submitting your application

Please visit Liquor & Gaming NSW for more information.

RSA

Did you know??

Having RSA only can limit job opportunities to only work in restaurants, cafes, bottle shops etc

RSA Information

SITHFAB021 – Provide responsible service of alcohol.

 

  • This is a 1 day theory course with an assessment at the conclusion.
  • Successful completion of this course is required by law for anyone working on licensed premises and where alcohol is served in accordance with the NSW Liquor Act 2007.
  • The RSA teaches the student their legal responsibilities when serving alcohol as a bar attendant, or working around its delivery or management using strategies for preventing underage drinking, preventing intoxication and alcohol abuse.

RCG

Did you know?

Did you know 80% of hospitality jobs require an RSA & RCG. 

Any venue that has gaming machines will require you to have the RCG competency.

RCG Information

SITHGAM022 – Provide responsible gambling services.

  • This is a 1 day theory course with an assessment at the conclusion.
  • Successful completion of this course is required by law for anyone working on licensed premises where poker machines exist in a gaming room or area.
  • The RCG teaches the student the dangers of gambling and the legal responsibilities of the gaming attendant if approached by a gambler requiring help whilst working at a venue.
  • This course also covers areas such as statutory signage requirements, gambling inducements, player prizes, reward schemes, cash and cheque dispensing, minors (including evidence of age), responsible & problem gambling, responding to potential problem gamblers, Self-Exclusion & counselling.