Build on you business success and unlock the power of membership with WA’s peak body for the hotels and hospitality industry.
Industry leaders in RSA Responsible Service of Alcohol, Approved Manager training and hospitality skills courses.
WA’s most prestigious awards programs, networking opportunities and industry events for the hotel and hospitality sector.
Forging valuable connections between industry suppliers and WA’s hotels and hospitality venues.
Providing a strong voice for WA’s hotel and hospitality industry through public advocacy and effective media representation
The AHA(WA) is the authoritative voice for the accommodation and hospitality industry in Western Australia.
Training - Know Your Award
There is no denying the Australian employment law system is a complicated one. It is critical employers are aware of and understand their employment obligations to employees as a failure to do so significantly increases the risk of liability and brand damage.
The ‘Know Your Award’ course is a comprehensive, interactive training course covering the ins and outs of the Restaurant Industry Award 2020 and the Hospitality Industry (General) Award 2020. During the presentation, we guide participants through the applicable award including the relevant provisions employers must be mindful of. We also provide examples to demonstrate how the award, and its provisions operate in practice.
We cover provisions relating to:
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For any further enquiries contact: AHAWA on (08) 9321 7701 Email: email@example.com
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CRICOS information for Student VISA holders
The WA Hotels & Hospitality Association (WAHHA) is not registered with CRICOS and therefore cannot deliver training to people who hold an overseas student/study visa (Subclass 500). Please visit http://cricos.education.gov.au to locate a CRICOS training provider. WAHHA does not accept any liability which results from an inaccurate answer to this question.
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