It is every gambling venue’s responsibility to provide information to ensure patrons can make informed decisions about their gambling. As a gambling venue employee or RSG online certificate holder, your role in providing information to patrons within your workplace is absolutely critical.
Gambling is an enjoyable leisure and entertainment activity for many people. However, for some, participation in gambling can lead to adverse consequences for themselves, their family and friends, and/or the broader community. SITHGAM001 Provide Responsible Gambling Services (RSG Online) training is designed to give you the skills and knowledge to deliver gambling services responsibly as well […]
If you are thinking about working in a club, hotel or casino, then you are going to need to get your (SITHGAM001) Provide Responsible Gambling Services, or as it is more commonly known RSG Online Training! Our RSG Online Training Course is accepted in QLD, NT, SA and WA so depending on which State you […]
Gaming in Australia comprises all legal forms of gambling other than wagering — including lotteries, gaming machines, casino table games and keno. Minor gaming is the collective name given to art unions, raffles, lucky envelopes and the like.
This blog is part four of a series of six, outlining the updated six (6) RG practices detailed in the recently updated Responsible Gambling Code of Practice. RSG staff and Customer Liaison Officers can use the information in this blog to ensure their venues meet the requirements of the Code. This week we examine Practice […]
This blog begins a series of six, outlining the updated six RG practices detailed in the recently updated Responsible Gambling Code of Practice. RSG staff and Customer Liaison Officers require this knowledge to meet their legislative requirements.
This blog continues a series on commonly used terms described in the recently updated Responsible Gambling Code of Practice. RSG staff and Customer Liaison Officers should have an in depth understanding of these terms.
This blog begins a series on some commonly used terms that are outlined in the recently updated Responsible Gambling Code of Practice. RSG staff and Customer Liaison Officers need a thorough understanding of these terms.
On light of my blog last week, I thought I’d write a quick rundown on the back of the gaming license abolishment and responsible gambling practices. However, this time let’s focus on the staff.
Information about the potential risks associated with gambling, and where to get help for problem gambling should be prominently displayed in all gambling areas, and near ATM and EFTPOS facilities servicing gambling areas. These responsible gambling practices minimise harm to gambling patrons.
The Queensland Responsible Gambling Code of Practice organises responsible gambling practices, with particular focus on customer protection measures consisting of six broad categories. The fourth category relates the “physical environment” of the gambling venue.
The Queensland Responsible Gambling Code of Practice commits the gambling industry to implement and adhere to responsible gambling practices, with a particular focus on customer protection measures. These practices are organised into six broad categories; the first being “provision of information.”