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TAB Basics

TAB Basics TAB Basics provides potential or new employees of outlets with essential knowledge and skills related to Tabcorp products and services, including common terminology, bet types, and using the operator terminal. It is an online training program that combines pre-reading, e-learning, terminal simulations, and formal assessments. In addition to gaining knowledge and skills related to Tabcorp products and services, participants who successfully complete TAB Basics will receive a nationality recognised a Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency BSBITU305 - Conduct online transactions.


Pre-reading provides background knowledge you need to read before you start each Topic in the program.


e-learning involves a range of activities including how to enter/cancel bets through a simulated Eureka RWT.


After each section of e-learning, you are required to complete an online assessment. Assessment is undertaken according to AQF requirements.

Statement of Attainment

Following successful completion of TAB Basics, you will receive a Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency BSBITU305 - Conduct online transactions from Tabcorp Training.

How to undertake TAB Basics

TAB Basics is online and takes approximately 4-6 hours, undertaken over 1-2 weeks. To start TAB Basics, please click the button relevant to your state on the Home Page.


TAB Basics costs $125.

TAB Advanced = Expression of Interest

TAB Advanced
TAB Advanced is a program aimed at new managers and supervisors who are responsible for managing the daytoday operations of a Wagering outlet.
It covers practical knowledge and skills related to best practice management of outlet equipment, resources and
administration, and financial reconciliation and reporting.
The program also covers Tabcorp's Responsible Gambling framework and key gambling related legislation and
compliance requirements.
It involves a two-day workshop which includes presentations, group activities, skills practice and assessments.
Participants who successfully complete TAB Advanced will receive a Statement of Attainment for the following
units of competency
 SITHGAM003 – Operate a TAB outlet
 SITHGAM001 – Provide responsible gambling services
The participant fee for TAB Advanced is $390.
Prerequisites for TAB Advanced
Tabcorp requires participants to complete TAB Basics before they can be nominated for TAB Advanced (e.g., do
not submit this form until the participant has completed TAB Basics).
If a participant completed TAB Basics while employed at another outlet, evidence of prior completion must be
submitted with this form (e.g., the User ID used to complete the program or their certificate number) for
Nominate a participant for TAB Advanced
To nominate a participant
 Complete each section of the Expression of Interest form
 Attach relevant prerequisite evidence (if required)
 Return the form to the Tabcorp Training Coordinator.
Yvonne Wells
Tabcorp Training, Locked Bag 7000, Granville NSW 2142

TAB Advanced Training dates for 2019

4th and 5th Feb                      Metro

11th and 12th Feb                  Bendigo

25th and 26th Feb                  Metro

4th and 5th March                 Metro

18th and 19th March             Wangaratta

1st and 2nd April                    Metro

15th and 16th April                Metro

29th and 30th April                Warrnambool

Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management (International Practice)


Expand your global perspective, knowledge and experience in this exciting, truly international four-year Bachelor degree.

Building on the comprehensive three-year Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management, a fourth year of study equips you for a career in a highly competitive field.

The study of specialised economics and hotel data analytics will give you highly sought-after skills, while a tailored international study tour forms the basis of an in-depth research project and the first step in a management career.

Thanks to our strong network of global contacts, you will also undertake a six-month work placement in an international location or complete six months study at one of our international partner institutes in Spain, Italy or England, giving you the edge in contrasting the industry in different global settings.





Hotel Management


Bachelor Degree


February, July


4 years (full-time)







Full Time: 12-18 per week

Part Time: 6-9 per week

Barista Course

What You Learn

Espresso machine and grinder operation, cleaning and maintenance

Recognise and achieve quality espresso extraction and textured milk

How to make a range of espresso menu items including Cappuccino, Latte, Flat White

What You Get

Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment for the Unit of Cometency SITHFAB005

Barista course notes

Practical and Industry based coffee making experience

Materials to Bring

Notebook and pen

Dress Code

It is recommended that participants wear soft soled flat shoes and clean comfortable clothing. Long hair should be tied up.

Responsible Service of Alcohol – Victoria


4 Hours


Morning, afternoon and evening classes. Please refer to the dates tab above.

Responsible Service of Alcohol training is also available at the reopened Lilydale campus.


Please note: A good understanding of written and spoken English is required to undertake this course.

What You Learn

Strategies for responsible service, harm minimization and duty of care.

Alcohol and the law and your legal responsibilities.

Drink driving issues, recognising intoxication and dealing with problem patrons.

What You Get

Victorian RSA (VCGLR) Certificate.

The skills and knowledge necessary to contribute to a safe, enjoyable environment in licensed premises.

Materials to Bring


Photo Identification (ie. drivers license, passport, etc).

Dress Code

Neat Casual.

Bake It Off: Pizza


3 hour childrens class


See dates tab for times and dates

What You Learn

How to create pizza dough

How to make savoury and sweet pizza

Importance of measurement and temperature

What You Get

Hands on training

Recipe notes

Certificate of attendance

Materials to Bring

Pen for note taking

Carry bag to transport baked goods home

Dress Code

Participants are requested to wear flat, enclosed, rubber soled shoes for comfort and safety in the kitchens. To ensure food safety procedures are followed, long hair should be tied back and all unnecessary jewellery removed.


Learn from the best practitioners in your field is the key to your success.


The right training for your passion, at an international level.


With the the right training, the potential the succeed in your career is greatly enhanced.

You Can Do Anything

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