RSA Training with the Australian Hotels Association, AHA(WA)

[WEST PERTH, March 20, 2014] - RSA Training is mandatory for all staff involved in the sale, service or supply of liquor. That is why the AHA(WA) also offers a RSA Bridging Course for individuals who have previously completed the nationally accredited RSA in another State or Territory. The RSA Bridging Course focuses on Western Australian specific legislation and regulations along with providing an overview on the main principles of Responsible Service of Alcohol.

The following are some of the key features of AHA(WA) hospitality training courses:

•    delivers the latest information and knowledge about the industry
•    over 55,000 people trained since 1998
•    has qualified trainers who are experienced hospitality professionals
•    correspondence with DRGL enables course content to be updated regularly

The Australian Hotels Association (WA) supports Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) requirements and is the industry leader in delivering online RSA courses and RSA training in Perth WA.

RSA and the responsible consumption of alcohol are key pillars in developing a healthier drinking culture amongst Australians which is why RSA training is mandatory for all staff.

Upon completion of the RSA course, students will receive a nationally accredited alcohol service certification.

About AHA(WA)

The Australian Hotels Association (WA) are the leading providers of hospitality training courses in Australia. They offer an extensive lineup of Online and Classroom courses, including RSA, Approved Managers, Cocktail & Mixology, Beermasters, Allergen Awareness and WA Service with a Smile. In addition, students can choose between online courses or classroom setting, depending on which arrangement best fits their needs and requirements. With over 100,000 students trained, AHA(WA) remains one of the most reliable names in the hospitality training industry.

Visit their website at to learn more information about the online courses and trainings they offer.