RMLV Course Training at Pineapple Hotel 26/09/2022
26 September @ 08:30 - 18:30$330.00
Queensland legislation requires that an RMLV course is mandatory for all licensees, nominees and applicants for an Approved Manager’s licence. Responsible management of Licensed Venues (RMLV) training was developed to reduce the negative impact of poor management practices on the community.
As the RMLV course targets licensees and nominees it is specifically designed with a management focus. The course not only provides details of the law and liquor licence requirements, it also includes a range of management strategies to assist operators in the responsible conduct of their business.
During the CTA Training Specialists (Club Training Australia) OLGR approved Responsible Management of Licensed Venues (RMLV) approved one-day course at the Pineapple Hotel you can also expect to:
- Learn your responsibilities under the Liquor Act 1992
- Learn a range of management strategies to assist in the responsible operation of a licensed venue
- Learn how to use risk management and self-audit processes for the continued safe and responsible operation of your business
This face-to-face course at the Pineapple Hotel in Brisbane is delivered over a 10 hour period. RMLV certificates are valid for 3 years so this course is perfect for first-time managers or those who need to renew. Learn more about RMLV at the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation’s website here.
Prices and Inclusions:
- Qualified trainer with real industry experience
- OLGR approved RMLV course certificate
All bookings subject to terms and conditions, which can be found here: RMLV Terms and Conditions
Also considering Gaming Nominee training for managers? Simply click here to view more information and upcoming dates. The Gaming Nominee course also includes Customer Liaison Officer (CLO) training. Please also note: If you are about to obtain a responsible management of licensed venues (RMLV) licensees’ course certificate, or if you already hold a current certificate, you are not required to also train in the responsible service of alcohol (RSA).