liquID is a new industry ID and discount card created exclusively for hospitality employees. liquID recognises and certifies your Responsible Service of Alcohol and Liquor Licensing training as well as providing you with a wide range of lifestyle discounts through West Club.
Your liquID card is exclusively available from the Australian Hotels Association (WA). Click here to get your card now!
liquID gives you access to over 300 West Club discounts including entertainment, fashion, real estate, restaurants, beauty, travel, wineries, accommodation, sports, food & groceries, financial services and much more.
To see a comprehensive list of all the discounts you receive as a card holder visit the West Club website .
In addition to the discounts above your RSA and Liquor Licensing training qualifications will be listed on the back of the card regardless of where you did your training. Courses completed at the AHA(WA) will be automatically recognised and qualifications issued by another training provider will be verfied by the AHA(WA).
Cards are valid for 12 months from month of issue.
liquID is available for just $30 or $25 when purchased at the same time as you complete an AHA(WA) training program. To book in for an AHA training course and purchase liquID for a great price click here .
Click here to download an online flyer to print and distribute to your staff members with key information about liquID and convenient online RSA training. Why not include the flyer in induction packs for staff...
Yes you can provided that you work in the hospitality industry! Purchase of the card can be made even if you do not have training qualifications, however you will need to provide industry identification for verification before the card can be issued. If training is completed after the card is issued contact the AHA (WA) and an updated card can be organised.
The purchase of a liquID card automatically lists you as a Westclub member. Your information will be passed onto Westclub and used in accordance with the requirements of the Privacy Act 1988 and National Privacy Principles.