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The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) is the independent statutory authority that regulates Victoria's gambling and liquor industries.

Our vision is that Victorians and visitors enjoy safe and responsible gambling and liquor environments.
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Become an accredited RSA training organisation

How to become an accredited RSA training organisation.

A registered training organisation (RTO) is an organisation providing Vocational Education and Training to students, resulting in qualifications or statements of attainment that are recognised by industry and other educational institutions throughout Australia. All Australian RTOs in Australia, and the qualifications they are registered to deliver are listed on myskills.gov.au

Training organisations must first be registered as a national training authority with the relevant authority. Please see the following authority websites for further details on how to register.

How to become a VCGLR accredited RTO

The VCGLR accredits RTOs to deliver RSA courses provided they meet the following conditions:

  • the minimum duration of an RSA program is four hours
  • the maximum number of participants in any one session is 25
  • there is no variation to the approved RSA materials and certificate
  • the VCGLR reserves the right to observe RSA courses conducted by the RTO
  • the VCGLR reserves the right to withdraw accreditation for any breaches of the above conditions
  • signing of an agreement between the VCGLR and the RTO.

The VCGLR provides ongoing support for presenters and RTOs to deliver high quality RSA programs. Please make use of this facility to ensure programs are comprehensive and minimise potential alcohol-related harms to the community.

Application checklist
Step Action

1

Complete the RTO accreditation for RSA training application form (PDF, 176KB).

2

Provide documentary evidence that the RTO's registration scope includes hospitality.

3

Review trainers employed, ensuring all trainers are fully accredited to deliver RSA.

Any new trainers must be accredited by the VCGLR before to deliver RSA training. Please see the RSA training page for more details.

4

The application fee is $275 (inc GST):

  1. If you wish to pay by credit card, please complete the form fully.
  2. Cheques or money orders should be made payable to Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation.

5

Submit your application with the following documents:

  1. completed application form
  2. evidence of the RTO's scope including hospitality
  3. copies of each trainer's Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and RSA certificate

Applications may be made by:

  1. Email to rsa@vcglr.vic.gov.au.
    Payment must be by credit card and supporting documentation must be in electronic format (Word, PDF).
  2. Australia Post
    Attention to: Education Officer, VCGLR. Payment must be by cheque or money order and supporting documentation must be in hard copy.

Incomplete applications will not be reviewed and will be returned to the applicant.

6

The VCGLR will review your application and notify you of the outcome.

If your application is successful, we will mail you the accreditation contract.
Please review, sign and return the signed original to the VCGLR.

7

Once we have received the signed contract, we will provide you with a user name and password to access the RSA certificate database system.

You may start operating as an accredited RTO to deliver the RSA training program.

Page last modified 
1 February 2017