Serve alcohol responsibly

Any person involved in the sale, service or supply of alcohol in the Northern Territory must have a responsible service of alcohol (RSA) certificate.

Employees need to have an RSA certificate within seven days of starting work at a licensed premises.

Employees need to renew their RSA certificate every three years.

Licensees must keep an RSA register on the premises, with a copy of each staff member's RSA certificate included.

Get the approved record of employees with an RSA register form.

Record of employees with an RSA register form PDF (122.7 KB)
Record of employees with an RSA register form DOCX (56.3 KB)

RSA certificates from other states and territories

The Northern Territory Government recognises RSA certificates issued by all accredited Australian training providers for the following module:

  • Provide responsible service of alcohol - SITHFAB002

Where to find an RSA training provider

You can find more information about RSA training on the Australian Government's Department of Education and Training website or at your local Territory Business Centre.

Last updated: 04 February 2020

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