I’m sure you have been confused by all the media hype regarding Incentives for taking on a new Trainee or Apprentice – is it still worth the angst? Here’s the latest information – you can be sure that this will not change anytime soon: If you employ an a new worker (part-time – 15 hrs/wk) … Read more Latest Training Incentives for Industry
Compliance checklist OLGR Compliance Officers check Approved Managers, licence conditions, CCTV, fire equipment and safety exits. They also inspect liquor advertising, harm minimisation signage, registers, the location of ATMs, gaming advertisements and whether gaming machines can be seen by passers by. A compliance checklist has been developed to help licensees understand what OLGR Officers look … Read more Compliance Checklist
Changes to liquor and gaming industry training The state is no longer responsible for the regulation of trainers offering Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) and Responsible Service of Gaming (RSG) courses. This regulation is now a matter for the Commonwealth Government. People involved in the service of liquor will still have to hold appropriate certification, … Read more OLGR RSA RSG no longer required
New legislation affecting Queensland’s liquor and gaming industries A new Bill, the ‘Liquor and Gaming (Red Tape Reduction) and other Legislation Amendment Bill 2013’ was assented to on 3 June 2013. This has resulted in a range of changes to legislation affecting the liquor and gaming industries in Queensland. This page outlines all changes affecting the … Read more RED TAPE UPDATE
Club gaming machine licensees now have two years to dispose of gaming machine entitlements after a decrease in gaming machines, surrendering a licence or ceasing gaming at an additional premises.
Gaming machines in Queensland will be able to accept bets of any full cent denominations up to and including $1.00. Clubs and hotels putting forward gaming machine licence applications on behalf of a body corporate will no longer have to provide a range of incorporation documentation. Club and hotel licensees will not be required to … Read more Liquor Licencing Changes affecting Clubs and Hotels
All Trainers in VET must perform their Industry Currency obligations each year. This can take many forms, but the most valuable by far is actually working in a Hospitality Establishment under actual Industry conditions. This ensures that we are kept up-to-date with genuine Industry best practice – not something we read in a book, or something we used to … Read more Industry Currency