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Statement of Attainment


SITHFAB021 Responsible Service of Alcohol


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Australia’s hospitality industry continues to boom, with plenty of employment opportunity. 

Your future success in the hospitality industry starts here! NCVE is a NSW Liquor and Gaming Approved Training Provider. 

Enrol to complete just your RSA, or contact our Enrolment Advisors to ask about our hospitality short course bundles. 

Visit NSW Liquor and Gaming Licensee Training Tool for information on the licences you may need.


SITHFAB021 Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol is the foundation that qualifies you to sell, serve or supply liquor. To sell, serve or supply alcohol in NSW, you must complete a RSA training course provided by an Approved Training Provider


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Things you need to know

  • Have you completed an RSA in NSW in the last 5 years? 

    If you have completed an RSA course in NSW with an Approved Training Provider in the previous 5 years and obtained an interim certificate or RSA competency card, you will not be able to complete this Statement of Attainment in Responsible Service of Alcohol. Instead, contact Liquor and Gaming NSW to complete the RSA refresher course. 

  • During your study you will need to provide Photo ID at enrolment to enable us to generate your Interim Certificate at the end of the course.

  • Liquor and Gaming NSW regulates the alcohol and gaming industry in NSW. National College of Vocational Education (NCVE) is approved by Liquor and Gaming NSW FY 2023/2024 to deliver RSA and RCG courses. At the completion of your course, present your interim certificate to Service NSW to get your competency card. This permits you to work in the industry serving, selling or supplying alcohol. This card has a 5 year expiry, at which time you will need to contact Liquor and Gaming NSW and complete a refresher course to be issued with a new RSA photo competency card. 

Refresh your skills or learn new ones to keep your workplace skills and certifications up to date or re-enter the workforce. Our graduates go onto role like: bartender, food and beverage attendant, cafe attendant, function attendant and restaurant manager. 

Accredited short courses, units, and skill sets are a great option if you’re a qualified professional who wants to diversify your professional portfolio and boost your resume. An accredited short course or skill set will earn you official credits for the units you complete. These unit credits may even be applied to a related qualification at a later date if you choose to study a full certificate or diploma.

When you complete your accredited unit/s you will earn a Statement of Attainment.

Classroom Based Learning in multiple locations in NSW

Contact our Enrolment Advisors on 1800 180 881 or CLICK HERE to complete an Expression of Interest and someone from our team will be in touch very soon. 

Anyone who wants to serve alcohol responsibly within the many areas of the hospitality industry.

Courses run weekly in multiple locations in NSW.

Contact our Enrolment Advisors on 1800 180 881 or CLICK HERE to complete an Expression of Interest and someone from our team will be in touch very soon. 

You may be eligible for Government Funding to support the cost of this course. Fee Free Places are available via NSW Smart and Skilled*

*Eligibility applies. This training is subsidised by the NSW Government.

You must provide a fully completed enrolment application with USI and photo ID prior to attending the course. 

How to Apply?

In the first instance complete the Expression of Interest by clicking HERE.

An NCVE Enrolment Advisor will be in touch to discuss your options. 

After you submit your Expression of Interest, an Enrolment Advisor will contact you and will help you to complete the enrolment process.

Once you’ve completed your application you will receive confirmation of the course date, location and time. 

Are you ready to take the next step toward your future career?

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