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Introduction

ID scanners are mandatory in certain liquor licensed venues in the Kings Cross precinct, and you must complete privacy training before operating a scanner.

You can do the privacy training course online if you've completed the Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) course and have a valid competency card.

Eligibility

Anyone who's completed the Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) course and has a valid photo competency card.

What you need

  • your competency card number
  • a computer and internet access for about 30 minutes
  • a printer.

How to complete

  • Select the 'Complete privacy training' button.
  • Select 'Click here to register for Privacy Course'.
  • Complete the online form to create an account.
  • Log in using your competency card number and password.
  • Complete the course.
  • Print your interim certificate.

More information

  • Your interim certificate is valid for 28 days. 
  • You'll need to apply to get the privacy qualification added to your competency card, it can take up to 4 weeks to get your new card.
  • If you operate an ID scanner in the Kings Cross precinct without having completed the approved privacy training, you'll be fined.
  • You won't be able to work ID scanners if your interim certificate expires and you haven't received your new competency card.
  • The online privacy course is free, however you'll need to pay a fee to have the privacy qualification added to your competency card.

To make sure that you have all the information and documentation you need to complete this transaction, call Liquor & Gaming NSW on (02) 9995 0300

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