Club offers free training in return for work
A local surf club is offering a training-work experience package to interested locals looking to enter the hospitality industry.
The Killcare Surf Club is offering free Responsible Service of Alcohol certification training valued at $150 for anyone willing to work to earn their keep.
"Having done the course, we'll ask you to do six bar shifts.
"After that we'll put you on the list to do paid shifts at weddings and functions on award rates if you would like to continue on," said club president Mr Peter Bagnall.
"The only prerequisites are that you're 18 and a current financial member of the club," he said.
The training will be held on September 29.
Interested locals must book their place in advance by contacting the surf club.
Newsletter, 6 Sep 2019
Peter Bagnall, Killcare SLSC
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