Advanced Licensee Course

    Barringtons Training

Advanced Licensee Training Course - ENROL NOW!


Recent legislative* change means that the club industry is required to obtain mandatory licensee training through Liquor & Gaming NSW approved courses.


The Licensee and Advanced Licensee training courses are for licensees, approved managers and club secretaries, so you are better prepared for the challenges of operating a venue, while ensuring a vibrant and safe hospitality environment.


Advanced Licensee training is an additional course for those who may operate a business in a higher risk environment, such as venues authorised to trade after midnight.


Licensees and approved managers applying for a new liquor licence or transfer of an existing licence to another person or premise from 1 September 2018.


Existing licensees and approved managers, from 1 April 2019, align to the renewal of your existing NSW competency card.


Click here to enrol in this essential course!




  • Valid NSW RSA
  • Liquor & Gaming NSW approved Licensee training

Workshop overview:

  • Overview of liquor regulation in higher risk environments in NSW
  • Leading a culture of compliance
  • Minimising risk of alcohol related harm in your business
  • NSW Government and industry approaches to minimise alcohol related harm

For more course details click here to download the brochure.

Barringtons are also holding Licensee Training - click here to view details.

Not sure if you require Licensee or Advanced Licensee Training? Click here to view the Liquor & Gaming NSW Licensee requirement checker.




Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) 
Successful completion of the Licensee Training will result in the automatic renewal of a current RSA endorsement on the recognised competency card.  


Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) 
a) A student wishing to renew a current RCG endorsement on the recognised competency card completes the required RCG refresher training through Barringtons prior to completing the Licensee course.




b) Students that do not wish to renew a current RCG endorsement must surrender this endorsement by completing the RCG Declaration Form.  Approved training providers must upload via the online course management portal prior to lodging the Licensee course.


Once you’ve successfully completed the Advanced Licensee course you will receive an interim certificate which is valid for 90 days and is valid for duties immediately.




VENUES                                                                       2019 DATES

  • Henry Lawson Club                                       6th February
  • Wests Ashfield                                               13th February
  • Sharks                                                             20th February
  • North Sydney Leagues                                 20th February
  • Rose Bay RSL                                                  27th February
  • Woonona Bulli RSL                                        27th February
  • Windang Bowling Club                                 6th March
  • The Entrance Leagues                                  6th March
  • Charlestown Bowling                                    13th March
  • Goulburn Workers                                        13th March
  • Batemans Bay Soldiers                                20th March
  • Port City Bowling                                           20th March
  • Yarrawonga Golf                                            27th March
  • Ballina RSL                                                       27th March
  • Dubbo RSL                                                       3rd April
  • Tamworth Region                                           3rd April

Licensee training will be held the day prior to each Advanced Licensee course. Click here for Licensee training dates.



Total course duration 4 hours, excluding breaks (Maximum of 20 per group)



$480 per person


Enrol today!


Click here to enrol online. For more details contact Debbie Ryan on 02 9899 0677 or email


*On 1 September 2018, the NSW Liquor Regulation 2008 was replaced with the NSW Liquor Regulation 2018.



This is not a nationally recognised qualification