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RSA FAQ

Answers the questions people commonly have when thinking about getting their RSA certification.

How long does it take to get your RSA certificate?

For most Australian states and territories you can get your RSA certificate online with RSA Now in about 3 hours

Queensland RSA certification is a little longer and will take around 4 hours to complete.

Whichever certification you go for, you will be able to download and print your certificate the instant you finish the course with RSA Now.

Who pays for RSA training?

It is not common for bosses to pay for your RSA training.

It is common for hospitality jobs to start immediately!

Therefore we strongly recommend you get your RSA certificate before applying for a job to give yourself every chance of winning the job.

Put yourself in the shoes of an employer. Given two equal candidates, one ready to start right away and the other still to do training, who would you choose?

Why should you take an RSA course?

You are required to take an RSA course and hold a current RSA certificate if your job involves the selling or serving or alcohol.

If you are currently looking for work in the hospitality industry, we highly recommended to have your RSA on your resume before applying for a position, so as not to be at a disadvantage against other candidates who are ready to start work immediately.

How often do you need to renew your RSA certificate?

You need to renew your Queensland RSA certificate every 3 years.

At this time, RSA certificates for all other states and territories do not have an expiry date on them. However, it is important to know the principles of RSA at all times when you are working. Or else you are placing yourself and the venue at risk of large fines or even worse.

At what age can you get your RSA certificate?

You can get your RSA certification at any age, but some positions and roles are only suitable for persons who are 18 years or older.

For example some restaurants may allow underage staff to carry drinks to the tables.

What is RSA certification?

Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) is a certification that is aimed ensuring that staff who are serving or supplying alcohol, do it responsibly and correctly such as not serving minors or patrons who are already in an inebriated state. It is also targeted at minimizing the possible harmful effects of alcohol.

Both licensees and staff come under the purview of RSA. Therefore, both are held accountable in case they fail to provide responsible service of alcohol.

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