The Group Management Diplomas that we are currently running have been great for the whole team and have given us all the opportunity to learn more about each other, whilst gaining valuable training and experience. It has strengthened the team and created additional motivation and boosted personal confidence and performance – Justin Hall General Manager […]
As 2012 comes to an end we would like to share with you some fast facts about our training over the past twelve months, ◊ Over 3000 students have completed their RSA or RSG with us utilising our online platform. ◊ Club Training Australia’s online induction continues to be popular saving hours of time for […]
During 2012, CTA embarked on an incredible journey to expand our offering across the state involving community clubs. We teamed up with more clubs than ever before to offer young people at school the opportunity to train in a Certificate III in Hospitality.
In 2012, our Commercial Cookery experts Paolo Pavia and Aletia Ramscar oversaw the dramatic growth of our Apprentice Chef programs. Our point of difference which is becoming increasingly popular is that the training is regular, personal and our team mentor your Apprentices.
We all face challenges everyday but can you imagine if your challenge was based, on the majority, personal perception or a stereotype centuries old. Kerry Woodley this year completed her Certificate III in Hospitality with Blue Care Respite Centre Atherton.
You cannot simply put a new worker on the job and expect them to work safely. Nor it is enough to just provide a new worker with a manual or guide, they may not read it or understand it. Time spent showing the correct and safest way to do the job produces effective work, efficient […]
The introduction of food safety programs for certain sectors of the food industry was part of the national food reform process which aimed to reduce the incidence of food borne illnesses, reduce the regulatory burden on the food industry, and provide consistent food regulation and standards across Australia.
The Alcohol Beverages Advertising Code also outlines the protocols for Promotion of alcohol at events. This blog is designed to educate licensees and approved managers to assist them with compliance at their venues.
Where ID scanner technology is used by a licensed venue, the licensee collects valuable data which it needs to protect, and for which it must be accountable to patrons in accordance with key privacy principles:
The Queensland Responsible Gambling Guidelines for Player Loyalty Programs (PLP) contains nine (9) practices for Customer Liaison Officers and gaming managers to implement in their venues.