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Training - Liquor Licensing Compliance
Contact 9321 7701 for further information.
The AHA(WA) has introduced liquor licensing compliance workshops for members as a value added membership benefit.
Between legislation, regulation, and policy changes keeping up to date with the shifting sands of compliance in WA is a constant task, and with the prohibitive cost of non-compliance a constant threat to the profitability of your business it is more important than ever to make sure everybody knows the rules and keeps up to date with any changes.
While course dates and information are provided for your convenience on the AHA(WA) website and Training Calendar, please be aware dates and times may change. Contact 9321 7701 to find out more.
Providers of Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) and Approved Managers Course (Management of Licensed Premises MLP 1), leaders in hospitality training.
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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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