CSLI Alumni learn from the best in the business Club Training Australia recently hosted the inaugural Club Super Leadership Institute (CSLI) Forum for the Alumni recently. The event was a great success with over 80 Club industry leaders from Queensland and south of the boarder, converging at Victoria Park to share inspiring tales of triumph in […]
Club Training Australia is committed to its School Based Training Program, ensuring we have current relevant resources for all students, as well as a great team who showcase enthusiasm and professionalism in their jobs and the success of their students. Our School Based Program has tripled in size over the past few years with a […]
The benefits for your venue are endless when you hire young motivated staff in school based traineeships including, Make a positive contribution to the local community by supporting young people, Attractive financial government grants and incentives, Attract and recruit new staff, Produce a cost-positive training and employment budget, Qualified and experienced trainers, High completion rate, […]
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 […]
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.
Queensland Clubs should have a policy, addressing equal employment opportunities and workplace discrimination, included in their induction program. Below are some suggested items to include in the policy.
Customer Liaison Officers need to be aware that the “Wanna Bet” campaign has been replaced by the new “Gambling too much?”. The campaign is currently being rolled out in gaming venues all over Queensland.
As a gaming employee you are required to assist patrons understand the rules of gambling activities and the odds of winning. Of course responsible service of gambling doesn’t require you to memorise the odds of every poker machine or keno combination, but this blog post will give you a broad overview.
Responsible Service April 2012 Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation Licensees should be aware of the restrictions to liquor and gaming on Good Friday (Friday 6 April) and Anzac Day (Wednesday 25 April).
One of the first clubs to train school based students through the CTA program, put a number of successful students through resulting in great benefits to the Club, kids, and community. Michael McCarthy, General Manager of Caboolture RSL shares a unique insight into our School Based Training Program.