To work in the liquor and gaming industry in NSW, you need to undertake training. NSW has a tiered industry training framework so that you complete the relevant training as required by your role. Foundational courses are for everyone, while more senior or specialist roles require additional training.
Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) and Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) training are the foundation courses required to work in the liquor and gaming industries. Find out more about these courses.
Licensee training is a mandatory requirement those in senior roles in the liquor industry like licensees, approved managers and club secretaries. Find out if this applies to you.
This licence is required if you are employed by, or work in, a casino where you’re involved in handling money or chips or casino security.
Privacy training is required for people working in the Kings Cross precinct who operate ID scanners in high-risk venues. Find out more about this course.
If you’re a senior manager working in a club, you will be required to undertake additional training, and have a certain level of experience and prior learning, to meet L&GNSW and ILGA requirements. Find out more about the training and experience you need.
Approved training providers deliver courses through online and face-to-face courses.