ITS can provide the skills and training you need for the hospitality industry.
We can offer:
Short courses in Bar training, including RSA and RSG
RMLV courses for Licensees and Approved Managers
Assistance with Liquor licence applications
All courses are available via face to face training, giving you the opportunity to learn in a ‘hands on’ environment.
Combined with our industry experienced trainers, this gives you the best foundation for working in hospitality.
Do you want to work in the Hospitality Industry?
ITS Bar Skills offers short courses to get you working fast. Gain Real Skills, Use Real Products and Get Working Fast. Our Bar skills and Hospitality Courses are the ideal way to earn money, whether it’s for a first or second income.Course Dates and Locations
Responsible Management of a Licensed Venue
ITS is approved by the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing to deliver the Responsible Management of a Licensed Venue programme. The RMLV is now a requirement of current and new nominees as well as ‘approved managers’.Course Dates and Locations
Responsible Service of Alcohol
ITS is accredited to deliver the OLGR RSA programme in QLD and this course is mandatory for anyone who serves alcohol in a licensed environment.
This is inclusive of bar staff, glassies, wait staff, bottle shop attendants, promotional and function staff. It is also a requirement of security employees/contractors.Course Dates and Locations
Responsible Service of Gambling
This course is recommended for all staff working in a gambling environment and deals with the skills and knowledge required to meet state legislative requirements and codes of practice.
This is a nationally accredited unit and a Statement of Attainment will be issued within the AQTF framework.Course Dates and Locations
Coffee Skills Course
Conducted over a 3 hour session, participants will learn the basic of making coffees and using an espresso coffee machine. This is an entry style course for those with little or no experience who need the skills to make coffee using an espresso coffee machine.Course Details
Why Train with ITS?
Better quality training with smaller class sizes
Convenient locations for local face to face training
Hands on training to learn real skills using actual product
About ITS Bar Skills Courses
Our courses are run at various locations around the state but are subject to sufficient course numbers in some areas. We keep our class numbers low, no more than 10 people on a course, to give you ample opportunity to practice the skills you need with the facilities available.
ITS is a Registered Training Organisation (#31221) and operates under the Standards for RTO’s as determined by the regulatory body, ASQA.
Our most popular bar course is the 2 day/night Bar Skills training course, ideal for those seeking employment in Bars, Restaurants, Cafés and Clubs. This course provides you with the initial practical knowledge to approach employers with confidence.
Other courses regularly provided include RMLV, RSA and RSG.
ITS Bar Skills makes it easy for you to train by conducting our courses in live venues around the state and offering payment plans so you can train now as opposed to later.
Students, please note:
As of Jan 1, 2015 all new students will need to create and provide the new USI (Unique Student Identifier) number before any Certificates can be issued. Please bring this to your first day of training and add to your Enrolment form.
Click here create your USI
This Bar course was fantastic, we made a range of cocktails and actually got to train behind the bar at the Jubilee hotel. Trevor is a great trainer with an amazing amount of industry knowledge. I need to get my brother onto this course ASAPAbbey
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