Responsible Service of Alcohol Victoria

Get your RSA Certificate for Victoria

You will need to complete the VCGLR approved Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training program for Victoria. RSA training is mandatory in Victoria for licensees and staff selling, offering or serving liquor. Licensees and staff have one month from the date on which they first sell, offer for sale or serve liquor on the licensed premises to complete their RSA certificate.

DWS (in conjunction with Club Training Australia) are Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulations (VCGLR) accredited Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training providers.

What you will learn in this VCGLR Victoria RSA course:

  • Problems associated with excessive consumption
  • Alcohol and the law
  • The question of who is responsible for RSA
  • Facts about alcohol
  • Improving the atmosphere of your premises
  • Handling difficult customers

Victoria RSA private group session (minimum of 10 students):

Course Cost: from $50.00 per person
Course Duration: 4 hours
Certificate: VCGLR Accredited VIC RSA Certificate

 Upcoming Courses:

Dates and locations coming soon



Please get in touch with us at tom@dws.net.au or 0439 940 007 for more information on RSA courses Victoria or if you wish to organise a competitively priced private Responsible Service of Alcohol Melbourne session for your venue or group.


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