Our course has been approved by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC).
In Western Australia, an approved manager is a person who holds a current Approved Manager ID card issued by the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor (RGL). The approved manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of a licensed premises and ensuring compliance with the Liquor Control Act 1988 and associated regulations. It is a legal requirement for a liquor licensed premises to have an approved manager present at all times when the business is conducted.
The two units included in the full Course in Management of Licensed Premises – 52863WA specifically developed for:
General Licence Types are:
MLPLCA001 Manage legislative responsibilities for the sale, supply and service of liquor is a crucial unit that covers the legal obligations of licensees and approved managers in Western Australia. It is a core unit and must be completed to obtain an Approved Manager or Licensee status, in accordance with Section 33(6b) of the Liquor Control Act 1988.
MLPLCA002 Manage environments for the sale, supply and service of liquor: This unit covers the skills and knowledge required to manage the environment in which liquor is sold, supplied, and served.
Participants who complete the individual units of competency will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for the specific units completed. These competencies cover the essential knowledge and skills required to manage a licensed premises in accordance with the Liquor Control Act 1988 and individual licensing conditions
THIS ACCREDITED COURSE IS VALID IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA ONLY.
Renewal of the Approved Manager Card (Red Card) is required every 5 years.
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With no need to download or upload any forms, students can complete the video roleplay online with just one click.
The platform automatically updates your course results, and you can receive feedback from your assessor immediately. This makes the learning process faster, easier and more convenient for students.
At Job Trainer Australia, we offer current and relevant courses across the hospitality and retail industries to help you gain a nationally recognised statement of attainment.
Our inclusive digital environment allows easy, 24/7 access to extensive learning resources, giving you the flexibility to adapt your study around your lifestyle.
Plus, we provide real-time support through live chat, FAQ's, a free app, and Spotify podcast.
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This course is delivered online. Please read the assessment tab carefully for more information.
If you work in a licensed venue where alcohol is sold, served and supplied including hotels, clubs, restaurants, events and you are a licensee or employed as an approved manager then this course is for you.
In Western Australia you are required to operate in accordance with your licensing conditions which are governed by the Liquor Control Act 1988. You are required to plan and manage multiple tasks, undertake risk assessments and supervise the responsible service of alcohol.
Upon successful completion of the two units:
- MLPLCA001 Manage legislative responsibilities for the sale, supply and service of liquor and
- MLPLCA002 Manage environments for the sale, supply and service of liquor
You will be deemed competent and awarded a statement of attainment for the full course - 52863WA - Course in Management of Licensed Premises
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QUICK OVERVIEW - ASSESSMENT PROCESS
This is a quick overview of the assessment process for the Course in Management of Licensed Premises:
Multiple-choice: Demonstrate your knowledge through straightforward questions.
Free text questions: Apply what you have learned and provide information on how you will apply your skills and knowledge to the management of licensed premises.
Verbal Verification: Via Video Upload (Online): Verbally authenticate and verify your identity by submitting a short 1-2 minute video to confirm your name and date of birth, confirm that you undertook the online assessment, and reaffirm a few of your submitted answers.
The assessment process aims to ensure that you have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills to operate a licensed premises in accordance with the Liquor Control Act 1988 and individual licensing conditions.
Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is mandatory for all people who are involved in selling, supplying, or serving alcohol in Western Australia to hold a current RSA certificate. Therefore, completion of the national RSA unit - SITHFAB021 - is a pre-requisite for the Approved Managers Course in Western Australia. Participants are required to provide evidence of completion of this unit before commencing the course.
*SITHFAB021 or equivalent unit ( SITHFAB002)
This course is delivered entirely online, and prior to enrolling, each student must complete a Pre-Enrolment Review or LLND short test to confirm that the proposed course is suitable.
The course is broken down into small sections with multiple-choice quizzes at the end of each section.
Students who have already completed the national RSA unit (SITHFAB021) with another training provider must upload their certificate evidence, or they can purchase the Approved Manager and RSA bundle at a discounted rate.
Upon successful completion of the assessment stages, students will be awarded a statement of attainment for the 52863WA Course in Management of Licensed Premises.
Stage 1 Assessment - Knowledge - Multiple Choice & Free text.
Assessment stage 1 consists of multiple-choice and free text questions that are presented after each module. These questions may include drag and drop or fill in the missing word. You will also be asked to provide free text answers, which will require you to source, read, and interpret information and answer in your own words.
If you answer a multiple-choice question incorrectly, you will have the opportunity to review the learning material and reattempt the question/s.
Once you have completed Assessment 1 satisfactorily, your free text answers will be submitted for review and assessment. You will then move on to Assessment 2, which involves verbal verification of your identity and confirmation of your submitted knowledge assessment.
Stage 2 Assessment - Verbal Verification.
The verbal verification stage is meant to confirm your identity, eligibility to complete the course, and competency in the knowledge assessment stage. You will need to show your ID, verbally declare that you are not on a student visa in Australia, and reaffirm four questions that you have already answered in the knowledge assessment stage. This is to ensure that you are the person who completed the training and that you have a good understanding of the course material.
Upon successful completion of both units, MLPLCA001 and MLPLCA002, you will be deemed competent and awarded a statement of attainment for the full course 52863WA Course in Management of Licensed Premises.
This statement of attainment will serve as evidence that you have acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to manage a licensed premises in compliance with legal and ethical responsibilities.