Aimed at getting Year 11 and Year 12 students business-ready and trained for school holiday work in the growing hospitality industry, St Patrick's offers separate and combined RSA and RCG hospitality industry training packages for school groups.
ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY QUALIFICATIONS
Training is provided for the nationally-accredited RSA and RCG courses - SITHFAB002 Provide responsible service of alcohol (RSA) and SITHGAM001 Provide responsible gambling services (RCG) - which are essential qualifications for those seeking employment in the hospitality industry across restaurants, festivals, pubs, clubs and bars.
TRAINING HELD ON YOUR PREMISES
St Patrick's holds these specialised training packages for school groups on school premises in a classroom environment, and our qualified trainers will come to your location to avoid the disruption of transporting groups of students into the city.
The RSA and RCG group training packages are each 1 full day, and the combined RSA/RCG training package is delivered over two full days.
Each student receives a Statement of Attainment for both Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) and Provide Responsible Conduct of Gambling Services (RCG) on completion.Successful candidates also each receive an Interim Certificate for the qualifications they have completed, which enables them to apply for their RSA and/or RCG cards and commence working in the industry immediately in the meantime.
COST AND BOOKING ENQUIRIES
Cost for the RSA course is $120 per student and RCG course is $100 per student. The combined RSA/RCG training is $200 per student. A minimum group booking of 18 students (with a maximum of 30) is required. Enquiries can be made by contacting St Patrick's Institute of Education by email.
PREVIOUS SCHOOL GROUPS
St Patrick's Institute of Education has provided combined hospitality training packages for groups of students at the following schools:
To work in the hospitality industry, NSW liquor laws require responsible service of alcohol training (RSA) and the NSW Gaming Machines Act 2001 requires anyone on premises with gaming machine or gambling related functions to have completed the NSW RCG course.