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Liquor Act 2007 No 90
Current version for 1 December 2019 to date (accessed 23 February 2020 at 23:03)
Part 6 Division 1A
Division 1A Responsible service of alcohol training courses
114A   Definitions
In this Division—
approved training course means a training course provided—
(a)  by an approved training provider approved by the Secretary in accordance with the regulations in relation to the course, or
(b)  by or on behalf of the Secretary.
approved training provider means a training provider approved by the Secretary in accordance with the regulations to provide training courses.
interim certificate means a certificate (in hard copy or electronic form) granted to a person by the Secretary, or by an approved training provider on behalf of the Secretary, following the person’s successful completion of an approved training course, for use by the person in obtaining a recognised competency card.
recognised certification means an interim certificate or a recognised competency card.
recognised competency card means a card issued to a person in accordance with the regulations that certifies as to the matters prescribed by the regulations and provides for the expiry of the card in accordance with the regulations.
training course means a training course prescribed by the regulations for the purposes of section 99(2)(c).
114B   Conditions of approval to conduct training courses
An approved training provider must comply with such conditions as may be imposed by or under the regulations on the provider’s approval to conduct training courses.
Maximum penalty—
(a)  for an individual—50 penalty units, or
(b)  for a corporation—250 penalty units.
114C   Prohibition on granting interim certificates to unqualified persons
An approved training provider must not grant an interim certificate on behalf of the Secretary to any person who has not successfully completed an approved training course conducted by the training provider.
Maximum penalty—
(a)  for an individual—50 penalty units, or
(b)  for a corporation—250 penalty units.
114D   Prohibition on providing training courses without approval
A person must not—
(a)  provide or offer to provide any training course that is held out, whether directly or indirectly, to be a course that will satisfy the requirements imposed by or under the Act for issue of recognised certification, or
(b)  advertise, state or imply in any way that the person is qualified to provide any such course,
unless the person is the Secretary, a person who provides an approved training course on behalf of the Secretary or an approved training provider.
Maximum penalty—
(a)  for an individual—50 penalty units, or
(b)  for a corporation—250 penalty units.