Responsible Service of Alcohol Certificate

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Bar Max – RSA Course Review

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The Barmax team consists of dynamic and experienced trainers dedicated to getting people JOBS. And that starts with effective training that is fun, easy to learn, relevant and industry compliant. We offer the dynamic and effective BarMax range of hospitality courses that are industry recognised for their approach to preparing people for work within the varied interests and capacities of the tourism and hospitality sectors.
BarMax has trained over 210000 people since our inception15 years ago and lead the industry with initiatives that have established us as market leaders.

The accredited Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) and Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) courses are highly respected and leading edge in presentation and relevance.


Phone: 1300 139 233

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Rating: 3.4/5 (38 votes cast)
Bar Max - RSA Course Review, 3.4 out of 5 based on 38 ratings

2 Responses to Bar Max – RSA Course Review

  1. I found the RSA, RCG & Bar Skills course/certificates my daughter did not worth the paper they are printed on. The problem is that nobody employs young people in the bar industry without experience, they won’t even look at you (and if you don’t believe me have a look at all the advertised jobs on-line). Even trying to find hotels, bowling clubs and RSL’s etc that will take a young person on for unpaid work experience even is proving a dead end, it’s because of insurance reasons. We’ve been “door knocking” a lot of places in the Maitland NSW area to no avail. Wish I’d known this before I spent all that money on courses. So unless you already have experience forget it, try an alternative vocation.

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