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RCG training course

    The Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) course helps to promote safety (harm minimisation) in venues where there are gaming machines, including how to recognise gambling problems and addiction.

    The topics covered in the RCG course include:

    • benefits of RCG
    • problem gambling
    • harm minimisation
    • gambling laws
    • minors
    • offences and penalties
    • gaming signage
    • self-exclusion
    • strategies to conduct gambling responsibly
    • venue self-audit checklists
    • player prizes and winnings payment
    • how gaming laws affect employees of licensed premises.

    Course materials

    The RCG materials include:

    This work is based on a project undertaken by the Institute of Family Practice, UnitingCare with financial assistance provided by the NSW Government from the Responsible Gambling Fund.

    How much does it cost?

    The cost of the course varies between different training organisations. The fee includes the cost of the competency card ($30).

    Proof of RCG training

    You can show RCG competency with your:

    The competency card is valid for 5 years.