Update ‚Äď We are¬†resuming¬†face-to-face training (please bring your face masks)¬†with strict social distancing measures in place¬†(we do not have the RCG available online)

The RCG course helps to promote safety (harm minimisation) in venues where there are gaming machines, including how to recognise gambling problems and addiction.
If you are looking for work in any establishment that provides Gambling Services in NSW, it is a government requirement for you to have completed a Liquor and Gaming NSW approved RCG course.

We accept international students as we are a Commonwealth Register of Institutions & Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) approved provider

The course includes: SITHGAM001 РProvide responsible gambling services

What to expect?

  1. Apply for a RCG course and undertake face-to-face training at a Registered Training Organization (RTO) approved by Liquor & Gaming NSW (L&GNSW).
  2. Please bring your ID, face mask and a pen
  3. The course fee will already include the cost for your NSW competency card.
  4. Upon completion of the course, you will receive an interim certificate emailed to you by the following Monday, 5pm. Which is valid for 5 years and you can work for 90 days with the interim certificate.
  5. You will be required to take the interim certificate to a service NSW to apply for a NSW competency card.
  6. Renew your NSW competency card every 5 years.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification.

Please note that the RCG course has a combination of plain English, photos, videos and questions to ensure learners have the best chance to complete their course.

If you believe you may require assistance to complete the course due to your Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) skills, please contact Kenvale College on +61 2 9314 6213 or via email shortcourses@kenvale.edu.au to discuss your training needs before enrolling into the course.

For more information, please head over to the links below:

  1. Getting Trained in RCG (L&GNSW)
  2. Apply for the NSW Competency Card
  3. Renew an NSW Competency Card
  4. Replace an NSW Competency Card

nb: All attendees will be issued a Nationally Recognized Statement of Attainment, Liquor & Gaming NSW Interim RCG Certificate, and can apply for a Competency Card (by OLGR NSW)

2021 Dates :  

4th Jun

25th Jun

3rd July

Location: Kenvale College 38 High St Randwick NSW 2031

Time: 8.45am ‚Äď 3:30pm

Cost: $120 (Incl. GST)

 

Click here to Register

 

If you have any issues with your application process or for more information contact rsashortcourses@kenvale.edu.au or call 02 9314 6213.