RSA Adelaide

Everything You Need To Know About RSA Adelaide…

It is compulsory for any person in the liquor industry who is serving alcohol to complete their Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certificate. There are no specific RSA Adelaide certificate courses available, however if you plan on working in the State of South Australia, and specifically Adelaide, completing the Nationally Accredited Responsible Service of Alcohol training is essential. The course is aimed to provide staff that are serving/supplying liquor with the skills to deal with patrons who are consuming alcohol, and to educate them on the potential effects of alcohol.

Where Can You Do The Nationally Accredited

RSA training in Adelaide?

The National Accreditation can be done at several locations throughout South Australia, including Adelaide. We have done a little bit of research for you and found an online training provider who is accredited by the necessary authorities and offer a great course. So we strongly recommend you check out this online training provider.

How Much Will It Cost To Get An

RSA in Adelaide?

The cost of a certificate can vary between RSA Adelaide and Nationally Accredited training providers. I would expect that you would pay between $60-$100 for the certificate, but again I encourage you to have a look at all the options on this site to get the best deal.

Why Do You Have To Complete

An RSA Certificate?

It is really important that people have an understanding of the effects alcohol can have on individuals and the legal responsibilities of those thatRSA in Adelaide supply liquor. An RSA course aims to teach people about the following;

  • Dealing with difficult or intoxicated patrons
  • Determining a standard drink
  • Benefits of RSA in Adelaide
  • Improving the atmosphere of the venue
  • Refusing Alcohol to Minors
  • Dealing with conflict situations

What If I am Under the Age of 18?

As you are not required to serve or consume alcohol whilst doing the RSA course, you can complete the certification before you turn 18. However, you cannot be employed to serve liquor until you are 18 years of age.

About Jaimee

Jaimee has spent several years in the hospitality industry, managing licensed venues on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. She knows first hand the importance of staff and managers completing their RSA certificate. Please feel free to ask her any questions you have about working in the hospitality industry or about completing your RSA certification in any state within Australia.