Courses & Training

Responsible Management of Licensed Venues

Depending on your role within the liquor and gaming industries, you may be required to attend:

  • Responsible service of alcohol (RSA) training
  • Responsible management of licensed venues (RMLV) training
  • Responsible service of gambling (RSG) training
  • Gaming nominee training

These courses provide skills in handling difficult situations, for example, recognising the signs of alcohol intoxication and problem gambling, and using strategies to address them. The courses also help ensure employees are aware of their legal obligations and the ramifications associated with the service they provide.

RMLV training is designed for licensees (if individuals) and approved managers. Permit holders may also require a RMLV certificate under certain circumstances. This guide provides information on the mandatory training requirements for liquor licensees, gaming providers and staff. Contact QLD Training Solutions on (07) 4944 1551, to enrol today.

Gaming nominee training for managers

A gaming nominee is an employee performing a managerial role at a venue and is responsible for the conduct of gaming on a particular gaming site.

If you are applying for a gaming nominee licence you:

  • Must complete the approved responsible service of gambling (RSG) training course. You have 3 months from the date of starting employment to obtain your approved RSG course certificate
  • Must complete the mandatory gaming nominee training course. You must provide your gaming nominee training certificate of attendance at the time of lodging your application.

RSA & RSG

The Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) course is nationally recognised. It educates students on assisting patrons to drink responsibly, as well as identify when they are overly intoxicated and must be refused service.

The Responsible Service of Gambling (RSG) course is also nationally recognised and has to be completed by students wanting to be employed in the gambling industry. It instills in students an understanding of the nature of the gambling industry, as well as the importance of patrons gambling responsibly, and how to handle problem gambling and gambling incidents.

Food Safety Supervisor

This course is mandatory for supervisors in food handling and distribution industries. It teaches students how to identify food hygiene risks, maintain stringent hygiene standards in food handling and storage and incorporate industry approved cleaning and sanitising procedures.

Cert 2 & Cert 3 (In-house & Mobile)

A Cert 2 Course in Hospitality covers the basic operational procedures and best practices involved with the hospitality industry. From safe food handling and preparation and food and beverage service, through to housekeeping and game machine attendance, this course covers all facets of hospitality.

Cert 3 Course in Hospitality provides more advanced training in the competencies required to work in hospitality, as well as a foundation for progressing into a supervisory role. It incorporates food, bar and gaming service, front desk and receptionist training as well as housekeeping.

Gary Adamson

Gary Adamson

Please contact the office on 07 4944 1551 for all bookings and course times.
We are available Monday - Friday 9am-3pm.

Mackay and Queensland from Thursday Island in the North to Maryborough in the South and West to Mount Isa, and Longreach

Arthur McMahon

Please contact Arthur on 0417 616 758 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

Townsville and outlying areas

Tony Hall

Please contact Tony on 0437 212 408 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

Toowoomba and outlying areas to Chinchilla, Winton, Cunnamulla, Goondiwindi and Bundaberg

Riverside House

Forklift (RIIHAN201D)

This course encompasses the skills and knowledge necessary to operate a forklift safely in a wide range of industries and conditions. Basic forklift maintenance is also covered.

Excavator (RIIMPO301D)

Dedicated primarily for safe excavator and load handling in the extractive and mining industries, this course covers operations, machinery checks and basic maintenance, as well as safety procedures.

Roller (RIIMPO317D)

This training course was developed to teach students the operational requirements to drive a roller in the civil construction industry. The course offers detailed instruction of safe roller handling, from fitting and removing attachments, through to operating in different conditions, as well as daily checks and basic maintenance.

Backhoe (RIIMPO319D)

Principally designed for the civil construction industry, this course incorporates all operations related to backhoe and loader driving, as well as basic checks and maintenance.

Wheel Loader (RIIMPO304D)

Developed for the mining and extractive industries, this course covers all facets of preparing and planning loads, operations, safety checks and basic maintenance.

Skid Steer Loader (RIIMPO318D)

Primarily designed for the civil construction industry, the skid steer loader course encompasses machine pre-operation checks, basic maintenance, load preparation and planning, as well as operations.

Grader (RIIMPO310D)

This training course covers all aspects of grader operations in the extractive and mining industries. From planning and preparation of machinery and operations through to driving, maintenance and safety procedures, the course prepares students for handling graders in different conditions.

Water Truck (RIIMPO206D)

Specifically developed for the mining and extractive industries, this course incorporates all facets of water transport and distribution, as well as load planning, basic maintenance and operational checks.

Dozer (RIIMPO308D)

The dozer course prepares students for machinery handling in the mining and extractive industries. From dozer operations to performing post-operational procedures, as well as basic maintenance, the course is comprehensive and industry accredited.

Front End Loader (RIIMPO321D)

Tailored to the needs of the civil construction industry, the front end loader course incorporates all facets of load planning and preparation, operations, site clearing, basic maintenance and operational checks.

Adam Finlay

Please contact Adam on 0407 729 371 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

DGH Engineering (Bill Tooma)

Please contact Bill on 0428 744 850 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

First Aid Courses

QLD Training Solutions offer a range of first aid courses. We provide basic and more advanced course instruction to educate students on how to recognise and respond in all types of emergency and life threatening situations. Our first aid courses involve performing CPR, handling unconscious casualties and controlling bleeding.

Perform CPR

Being able to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation is vital in emergencies, and may be the difference between life and death if someone is unconscious and has stopped breathing. This course equips students with the skills needed to assist in sustaining life until an ambulance arrives.

LV Rescue

QLD Training Solutions Low Voltage (LV) Rescue Course teaches students how to revive a casualty after an electric shock. The course also incorporates training on risk management, as well as adherance to safety procedures in the workplace.

Adam Finlay

Please contact Adam on 0407 729 371 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

Working at Heights

This nationally accredited course is dedicated to teaching students how to assess risk, develop safe work method statements and work safely at heights, for the health and wellbeing of everyone onsite. At QLD Training Solutions we offer both onsite and mobile training services.

Enter Confined Space

Covering all the fundamental risk assessment strategies and safe practices necessary for working in around a confined space, this course is comprehensive and can be applied to a range of different conditions. The course also incorporates operating confined space safety equipment.

White Card (Construction)

The White Card is a pre-requisite for all workers in the construction industry including tradesmen, apprentices, labourers, Project Managers and Supervisors. The course outlines all OH&S laws, teaches workers how to identify hazards and integrate control measures, as well as provides training on OH&S reporting and incident report processes.

Adam Finlay

Please contact Adam on 0407 729 371 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

Allan Lindsay

Please contact Allan on 0403 619 206 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

TAE40110 - Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

Design and develop learning programs (TAEDES401A)

This module is targeted toward providing trainers with the skills and understanding necessary to design, outline the content required and implement the parameters of a learning program, as well as measure its effectiveness.

Participate in assessment validation (TAEDEASS403B)

Designed for a broad range of industries, this module is dedicated to equipping trainers with the skills and knowledge required to engage in assessment validation, with measurable performance outcomes.

Plan, organise and facilitate workplace learning (TAEDEL402A)

This module was developed to educate trainers with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve performance outcomes from staff in the workplace. From developing training programs through to implementing these, facilitating all of the steps involved in the learning process.

Design and develop assessment tools (TAEASS502B)

Tailored for a wide range of industries, this module provides the background information and skills required to plan and incorporate methods for collecting evidence on the effectiveness of training in the workplace.

Plan assessment activities and processes (TAEASS401B)

This is a detailed module designed to assist trainers in developing and organising workplace assessment with consideration for identified competancies, while also focusing on prior learning.

Plan, organise and deliver group based training (TAEDEL401A)

Developed for training and assesment organisations, this module educates trainers on how to plan, organise and implement group training for other businesses from a learning program.

Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client's needs (TAEDES402A)

This module provides trainers with the knowledge and skills required to effectively incorporate the training programs and courses necessary to meet client's training needs.

Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills (TAELLN411)

Developed for trainers and assessors, this module has been developed to equip those in organisation or business teaching roles with the skills to identify and develop adult language, literacy and numeracy skills, in line with training requirements.

Access compliance (TAEASS402B)

This module ensures trainers have the knowledge and skillset necessary for assessing the competancy of a candidate to be employed by a business or organisation.

Provide work skill instruction (TAEDEL301A)

Designed to assess students competencies after training has been implemented, as well as a trainers ability to deliver an effective training program, this module measures how successful training has been in relation to a specific work environment.

Contribute Assessment (TAEASS301B)

This unit was developed for those in supervisory or mentoring roles that need to implement and collect evidence highlighting students competancies in relation to specific work related responsibilities.

Peter Arthur

Please contact Peter on 0429 193 710 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

S11 Coal Mining Industry

Respond to local emergencies and incidents (RIIERR302D)

A critical module for workers in the resources and infrastructure industries, offering detailed instruction on how to prepare for, and respond too, emergencies or incidents that arise in resources and infrastructure.

Conduct local risk control (RIIRIS201D)

This module is focused on risk management in the resources and infrastructure industries. It educates workers on how to assess risks, as well as the strategies and procedures that need to be undertaken for risk management.

Communicate in the workplace (RIICOM201D)

Developed for the resources and insfrastructure industries, this unit establishes the patterns of communication that must be followed onsite. This includes face-to-face discussion, documentation and also when using available communication systems. It also teaches workers how to use worksite communication systems.

Comply with site work processes/procedures (RIIGOV201D)

This unit is designed to educate those working in the resources and infrastructure industries on the site processes and procedures that must be followed, including site safety and health management.

Apply initial response first aid (RIIERR205D)

A vital module for workers in the mining industry covering how to assess an accident or incident, apply first aid, as well as complete the mandatory documentation and reporting procedures.

Work safely and follow WH&S policies and procedures (RIIWHS201D)

This unit is dedicated to safety and outlines the OH&S policies and procedures in the resources and infrastructure industries. It establishes how to apply both personal and operational safety measures.

Peter Arthur

Please contact Peter on 0429 193 710 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

Adam Finlay

Please contact Adam on 0407 729 371 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.

Dogging

Rigging and scaffolding

Slewing mobile cranes

Elevated work platform

Cranes and forklifts

Adam Finlay

Forklifts 0407 729 371

Craig Speed

Cranes, Dogging, Rigging, Scaffolding, EWP, Forklift, 0417 991 219

Remove and fit wheel assemblies (RIISAM210D)

This module is designed for the resources and infrastructure industries and is dedicated to teaching students how to remove and fit wheel assemblies, while following industry accredited safety procedures.

Remove, repair and refit tyres and tubes (RIISAM211D)

Designed for those working in operational roles in the resources and infrastructure industries, this module educates students on the processes involved to safely remove, repair and refit both tubes and tyres to industry standards.

Adam Finlay

Please contact Adam on 0407 729 371 for all prices, bookings and details of courses he provides.