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AIBI COURSES

RSG CERTIFICATE

RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF GAMBLING

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This unit of competency should be obtained by all staff who are involved in the provision of gambling facilities at a licensed venue. The training must be undertaken by staff within 3 months of employment. Licensees are responsible for ensuring that all staff involved in gaming duties or tasks have the appropriate certification. Penalties apply for licensees who fail to comply.

Where is the certification recognised?

It is a nationally recognised competency, and as such has only to be completed once – however, you should endeavour to keep up with possible changes in the legislation by visiting the Business Queensland website.

Can I complete the course online or face-to-face?

We train RSG face-to-face and online by HD Video. Our current face-to-face training venue is at Palmwoods, on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, easily accessible by train and bus. If you are new to the hospitality industry, and to gaming, we recommend the face-to-face option.

Are you interested in training with AIBI? Contact us today and we'll arrange a meeting.

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COURSE OUTCOME

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JOB PROSPECTS

  • A must have Certificate if you wish to work in the provision of gambling facilities at a licensed venue
AIBI COURSES

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You have always gone beyond my expectations. Thank you.

— Margaret, Job Service Advisor


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Thank you for the support and teaching you gave to Mark, in order for him to achieve his Certificate III in hospitality.

— Helen M, Parent

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Anne's knowledge of the hospitality industry and regulatory bodies is unmatched, coupled with the ability to teach related skills.

— Peter, Community Club Manager

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You have always gone beyond my expectations. Thank you.

— Margaret, Job Service Advisor, Sunshine Coast

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Thank you for the support and teaching you gave to Mark, in order for him to achieve his Certificate III in hospitality.

— Helen M, Parent

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Anne's knowledge of the hospitality industry and regulatory bodies is unmatched, coupled with the ability to teach related skills.

— Peter, Community Club Manager