RCG - Responsible Conduct of Gambling
It is a requirement of the Gaming Machines Act 2001 for proposed hoteliers, secretary managers and staff who will have gaming machine related functions to have completed the NSW Responsible Conduct of Gambling course (RCG).
The Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) - SITHGAM006A competency is the foundation for mandatory training on responsible gambling for new hoteliers, secretary managers and gaming-related staff.
This course is conducted over a minimum of six hours. There are no exemptions from this course.
RCG training undertaken interstate is not recognised in NSW.
Lost RCG course certificates
Where a RCG certificate is subsequently lost and is required for employment purposes, the training provider should be contacted to arrange for a replacement certificate to be issued. Replacement certificates are not issued by the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing.
If you cannot obtain a copy of the certificate you will need to undertake the course again with an approved RCG course provider.
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