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BAR SKILLS

GAIN ESSENTIAL BARTENDING SKILLS AND IMPROVE YOUR OPPORTUNITIES IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY WITH THE LEARNING COLLABORATIVE’S BAR SKILLS COURSE.

COURSE INFORMATION

Gain or finesse your bartender skills to improve your employment opportunities in the hospitality industry with The Learning Collaborative’s Bar Skills course. By completing their training at our bar and restaurant facilities, students have exclusive access to behind the bar and can access various areas of an official hospitality environment.

 

The topics covered in this course include:

  • Familiarisation with all equipment behind the bar.
  • Tap beer pouring techniques.
  • How to make, shake and blend cocktails.
  • Basic knowledge on wine and service.
  • Workplace hygiene fundamentals.
  • Basic bar opening and closing procedures.
  • Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certification.

 

THE LEARNING COLLABORATIVE IS ACCREDITED TO DELIVER:

SITHFAB002 PROVIDE RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOL (RSA)

If you work in a licenced venue, in which your job involves selling or serving alcohol to patrons, you are required to complete and hold a certificate in the SITHFAB002 Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA).

 

With this unit you will gain the competency required to responsibly sell or serve alcohol. You will learn how to identify which customers must be refused service, understand how alcohol affects people, and the problems it causes in the wider community.

 

This unit applies to all levels of personnel involved in the sale, service and promotional service of alcohol in licensed premises, including:

  • Food and beverage attendants.
  • Packaged liquor sales personnel.
  • Winery, brewery and distillery cellar door staff.
  • Supplier sales representatives.
  • Security staff who monitor customer behaviour.
  • Licensees who are responsible for the service of alcohol (RSA) management.

 

Participants will attain a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for SITHFAB002 Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA). This will be valid in all states except New South Wales (NSW).

SITHFAB010 PREPARE AND SERVE COCKTAILS

Up your cocktail game with the SITHFAB010 Prepare and Serve Cocktails. With this unit you will gain an understanding in promoting, preparing and presenting attractive cocktails and gain the confidence to experiment with ideas to develop new cocktail recipes.

 

The unit offers essential knowledge for any employee that operates or works in a bar that serves cocktails, including hotels, restaurants and clubs.

SITXFSA001 USE HYGIENIC PRACTICES FOR FOOD SAFETY

Develop the essential skills and knowledge in how to use basic food safety and personal hygiene practices to prevent contamination of food that might cause food-borne illnesses with the SITXFSA001 Use Hygienic Practices for Food Safety. This unit requires the ability to follow predetermined organisational procedures and to identify and control food hazards.

 

This unit is an essential for all organisations with bar areas, permanent or temporary kitchen premises or smaller food preparation areas. It also covers beneficial knowledge for those who directly handle food or food contact surfaces such as cutlery, plates and bowls during the course of their day-to-day work tasks.

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SITHFAB002 PROVIDE RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOL (RSA)

THIS COURSE WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS NEEDED TO LEGALLY AND RESPONSIBLY SERVE ALCOHOL IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY.

COURSE INFORMATION

If you work in a licenced venue, in which your job involves selling or serving alcohol to patrons, you are required to complete and hold a certificate in the SITHFAB002 Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA).

 

With this unit you will gain the competency required to responsibly sell or serve alcohol. You will learn how to identify which customers must be refused service, understand how alcohol affects people, and the problems it causes in the wider community.

 

This unit applies to all levels of personnel involved in the sale, service and promotional service of alcohol in licensed premises, including:

  • Food and beverage attendants.
  • Packaged liquor sales personnel.
  • Winery, brewery and distillery cellar door staff.
  • Supplier sales representatives.
  • Security staff who monitor customer behaviour.
  • Licensees who are responsible for the service of alcohol (RSA) management.

 

Participants will attain a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for SITHFAB002 Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA). This will be valid in all states except New South Wales (NSW).

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PLAYGROUND INSPECTION 

PLAYGROUND INSPECTION SHORT COURSES FOR VISUAL, OPERATIONAL AND COMPREHENSIVE INSPECTIONS.

COURSE INFORMATION

AHCPGD206 Conduct Visual Inspection of Park Facilities

AHCPGD206 Conduct Visual Inspection of Park Facilities offers an entry level into park inspection. It is suited for those undertaking a daily to weekly check of park facilities as part of their normal duties.

 

This unit will provide participants with the knowledge required to carry out routine visual inspections of park and recreational facilities to identify visible hazards, as well as existing and potential risks.

 

This unit is aimed at individuals who work under general supervision and exercise limited autonomy with some accountability for their work. They undertake defined activities and work in a structured context. This may include those in a routine maintenance role.

 

OUTCOMES

Possible job roles after successful completion of this unit may include:

  • Park maintenance personnel.
  • Park inspector.

AHCPGD305 Conduct Operational Inspection of Park Facilities

AHCPGD305 Conduct Operational Inspection of Park Facilities offers an operational level of understanding and experience of park and recreational inspections. It is suited for those undertaking a monthly to quarterly check of park facilities as part of their normal duties.

 

This unit will provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to inspect park or recreational facilities to identify hazards, existing and potential risks and non-conformities with Australian Standards and workplace health and safety requirements.

 

This unit is aimed at individuals who take responsibility for their own work and for the quality of the work of others. They use discretion and judgement in the selection, allocation and use of available resources. All work is carried out to comply with workplace procedures. This may include playground operators or those in a supervisory or maintenance role.

 

OUTCOMES

Possible job roles after successful completion of this unit may include:

  • Park supervisor.
  • Park maintenance personnel.
  • Park inspector.

AHCPGD505 Conduct Comprehensive Inspection of Park Facilities

AHCPGD505 Conduct Comprehensive Inspection of Park Facilities offers a comprehensive level of experience and understanding of park inspection. It is suited for those undertaking a yearly check of park facilities as part of their normal duties.

 

This unit will provide individuals with the skills and knowledge required to conduct a compliance audit of park or recreational facilities to identify non-conformities with Australian standards, legislative and work health and safety requirements, as well as manufacturers’ standards. It has been specially designed to incorporate both the AHCPGD206 Conduct Visual Inspection of Park Facilities and AHCPGD305 Conduct Operational Inspection of Park Facilities units.

 

This unit is aimed at those who are responsible for the comprehensive compliance audit of park or recreation facilities. These individuals analyse information and exercise judgement to complete a range of advanced skilled activities and demonstrate deep knowledge in a specific technical area. They have accountability for the work of others and analyse, design and communicate solutions to a range of complex problems. All work is carried out to comply with workplace procedures. This may include playground operators, supervisory and technical personnel, risk assessors, design and safety officers, landscape designers and architects, auditors, equipment installers, managers and owners of a playground in public and private parks, schools, childcare and other recreation and leisure facilities.

 

OUTCOMES

Possible job roles after successful completion of this unit may include:

  • Park maintenance personnel.
  • Park specialists.
  • Park supervisor.

These services are delivered on behalf of The Learning Collaborative by approved Third Parties. Our Third Parties are conveniently located throughout south-east Queensland. It is the responsibility of the approved Third Parties to recruit, enrol, support, train and assess students undertaking this course. The Learning Collaborative, in consultation with the approved Third Parties, is responsible for support and certification of all students enrolled in this course.

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Due to low demand, enrolments in this course are currently closed. Please contact us to discuss available study options.

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

For all bookings and enquiries, give our office a call or send us an email. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

THE LEARNING COLLABORATIVE

P  1300 136 780
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A  1/20 Nerang Street, Nerang, QLD Australia

 

Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm.