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Recent developments in legislation have removed the need for Workplace Health & Safety Officers (WHSOs) and introduced a recommendation for workplaces to engage Health and Safety Advisors. Current WHSOs have until December 2012 to complete the Cert IV in OHS Bridging Course.
In February, Lions Richlands held a graduation for their highly successful school based program. Twelve local school children were given the opportunity to study through Club Training Australia, in a Certificate III in Hospitality.
Many hospitality venues have a tendency to focus all their training energy on the front of house and customer service, and sometimes forgetting the vital roles played behind the scenes.
CTA train extensively across Queensland, and pride ourselves on our personal service. Matt Rollo has been training and mentoring a young student on Stradbroke Island, who we believe has a bright future.
Sick and tired of losing your apprentice for weeks at a time for training? Would you like to see them train on the job in your kitchen? Our dynamic Commercial Cookery team are training on site with no long block releases with more benefits for your Head Chef and your venue.
Venues across the State are reaping the rewards of engaging great young people from their local schools to learn and work in their businesses. CTA are proud to have created a platform of learning and industry experience for hundreds of school children in the sunshine state.
As they say in legal terms “ignorance is no excuse” and this is certainly the case within the Hospitality Industry. As the onus now rests on Approved Managers, any non-compliance can result in multiple fines across the venue, some of which will come straight out of the Approved Managers pocket.
Brittany Vonow | Courier Mail A surf club was robbed overnight after two men stormed the Caloundra business with a gun. The men allegedly entered the Caloundra Surf Club and threatened a staff member with a gun before stealing cash and leaving on foot at around 8.30pm.
With just the click of a button, problem gamblers living anywhere in NSW will be able to use a secure website to ban themselves from their local clubs. Roll-out of the online technology commences today on the NSW Far North Coast with training for club staff and local gambling counsellors.