Monthly Archives: July 2018

What are the benefits of Responsible Service of Alcohol QLD?

Responsible Service of Alcohol QLD

Everyone benefits when alcohol is served responsibly. If staff understand the product they are selling or hold a Responsible Service of Alcohol QLD certificate, then they understand the responsibilities that come with it. Servers will have a more pleasant work environment without rowdy, intoxicated customers. Excessive drinking makes life more difficult for people working in […]

RMLV Training RED HOT Saturdays Special for Only $265!


Did you know that Club Training Australia is now offering RMLV training for only $265, available every second Saturday of the month in Indooroopilly? So if you are looking to complete your RMLV outside of your work hours or on a weekend, this special offer is the right one for you! We understand how busy […]

Food safety certificate vs food handler certificate – what is the difference?

Food Safety

Food is critical since it gives us the energy we need throughout the day. This makes the role of food handlers as equally important, as they are responsible for handling the food items. Having a food safety certificate enables a food keeper to do so officially. But food handlers do not bear the responsibility alone as […]

Is your RSA certificate still current?

RSA certificate

It is mandatory for certain people that work within licensed premises to have a current RSA certificate (Responsible Service of Alcohol). Do you know if your QLD RSA certificate is still valid? Staff that work within a licensed venue are required by the Queensland Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) to hold a RSA Statement […]

Common mistakes when delivering RSA face-to-face or RSA online


As an employee working on licensed premises and delivering RSA face-to-face or RSA online, avoid making the following mistakes. Topping up drinks Many people think they are being good hosts by ‘topping up’ a half empty glass. In doing so, they are inadvertently preventing the patron from keeping a check on the amount of alcohol […]

What is the 2-hour / 4-hour rule for Food Hygiene?

food hygiene

Why should food businesses consider the 2-hour / 4-hour rule for food hygiene? More than four million Australians get sick each year due to contaminated food, and that has become an alarming health concern. The public thought chemical or pesticide contamination was the main threat, but it was found that microbial contamination caused the problems, […]

Why Getting a Food Safety Certificate is Good for Your Food Service Business

food safety

If you are thinking of starting a business in the foodservice industry, then it only makes sense to have your employees pass a food safety course first. The training covers the basics on food safety practices as employees in the food service business. It has also become a pre-requisite for most business to get applicants […]

Landing a Career in the Hospitality Industry

hospitality jobs

If you have what it takes to work in casinos, resorts, spas, catering businesses, clubs and hotels, then consider getting a career in the hospitality industry. By studying hospitality courses and depending on the type of education you’d like, you will be able to land various types of jobs in the business, from entry-level to […]

FAQ: Responsible Management of a Licensed Venue (RMLV)

rmlv training

Mandatory Responsible Management of a Licensed Venue Training (RMLV) What is the Responsible Management of a Licensed Venue (RMLV) course? The ‘Responsible Management of a Licensed Venues (RMLV) course is a mandatory requirement for licensees (if individuals) and approved managers. RMLV training may also be required for permit holders under certain circumstances. The Club Training Australia RMLV course is […]

RSA Certificate: The Dangers of Drink Spiking

rsa certificate

Drink spiking is a criminal offence with a five-year jail term. It is important that licensees and staff are aware of the increasing concerns surrounding drink spiking in venues, hold a current RSA certificate and are capable of implementing preventative and monitoring measures to help protect their patrons. Traditionally, drink spiking is known as placing […]