Hospitality Alliance Training is proudly supported by the following organisations.
If you would like to join this list and become a partner of Hospitality Alliance Training, please contact us on;
- 1300 640 616 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org@hat.edu.au.
ClubsACT is an industry association that is recognised by the ACT Government and its agencies as the principal representative for the ACT Club movement. Established in 1974, ClubsACT provides a voice for the Club Community in the ACT, making submissions and representations to the Government and its agencies on all issues that affect the club movement. ClubsACT also provides a range of services to their members including workplace relations advice, assistance to club administration and online training. Clubs ACT is also a part of the national alliance body of Clubs Australia.
Clubs NSW represents the licensed club community within New South Wales. Starting in 1926, the Association provides services covering the management of an industry code of practice; national media relations; member assistance and educational business services tailored for directors, managers, and staff; financial and insurance services; industry and community marketing and communications campaigns; industry-specific conferences, trade exhibitions, seminars, and workshops; and, responsible gambling services through its leading ClubSAFE program. Clubs NSW also works with a number of organisations to help strengthen not only the Club Movement in NSW but also the community it serves. Clubs NSW is also a part of the national alliance body of Clubs Australia.
ClubsNT represents the licensed club industry of the Northern Territory. ClubsNT delivers a range of services to the Northern Territory Club Community as well as being the voice for this industry. Clubs NT also forms a part of the national alliance body of Clubs Australia.
Clubs SA is a not-for-profit Association that represents the Licensed Club Industry of South Australia. Founded in 1919, Clubs SA specialises in providing professional assistance and advice to South Australian Community Clubs relating to industrial relations, health and safety compliance, legislative advice and interpretation, industry specific support, training and more. Clubs SA also forms a part of the national alliance body of Clubs Australia.
Clubs WA is the not-for-profit governing body that represents the interests of all licensed community clubs in Western Australia. Clubs WA provides a voice for the WA Club Community. This includes representing the industry in front of Government and within the media. Clubs WA also provides a number of services to its members including providing assistance and advice on a number of matters affecting WA clubs. Clubs WA is also a part of the national alliance body of Clubs Australia.
The Liquor Stores Association of Western Australia is the not-for-profit governing body that represents the interests of all licensed liquor stores in Western Australia. Commencing in 1952, the LSA of WA is the public voice of Liquor Stores in Western Australia. They liase with the Government and members of Parliament as well as actively engaging with media outlets. They also provide a number of services to their members including providing access to professional advice and legal services. The LSA of WA also forms a part of the national Australian Liquor Stores Association (ALSA).