iTFE extends Liquor License contract with NSW Government
iTFE is pleased to announce it has received approval from the NSW Government to continue delivering high-quality Licensee and Advanced Licensee Training in NSW.
As one of a small number of Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) approved to offer Licensee and Advanced Licensee training on behalf of Liquor & Gaming NSW, iTFE will continue to offer both courses throughout 2019-20.
Focusing on relevant liquor legislation and regulations, best practice strategies and harm minimisation, iTFE’s Licensee Training is essential for licensees, approved managers and club secretaries to ensure compliance with new regulations in place from early 2019.
Strict conditions around course delivery, trainer requirements, student competency and reporting put in place by Liquor & Gaming NSW limit the number of RTOs approved to deliver Licensee Training, and ensure iTFE continues to deliver this training to the highest possible standard.
Are you compliant?
NSW Licensee Training is mandatory for:
Current Licensees, Approved Managers, and Club Secretaries who have held a liquor licence prior to 1 September 2018, will need to complete the new licensee training from 1 April 2019 onwards, aligned to the renewal of your existing NSW competency card.
New Licensees, Approved Managers, and Club Secretaries who were granted a new liquor licence or transfer after 1 September 2018.
Find out if you’re required to complete Licensee Training by using the Licensee Training Tool.
Already completed Licensee Training? Click here to undertake NSW Advanced Licensee Training.