Under the licensing Act 2003, anyone authorising the retail sale of alcohol will have to hold a personal licence. This course has been specifically designed to meet the statutory requirements of the Licensing Act 2003
Who is it for?
This qualification is designed for anyone wishing to gain a licence in order to sell alcohol on their premises. You must hold a licensing qualification in order to be able to apply for a personal licence.
This is particularly suitable for individuals wanting to acquire a licence within the following types of business: pubs, bars, nightclubs, hotels, restaurants, casinos, sports and social clubs, leisure parks, convenience stores, off licences, supermarkets and entertainment establishments
On successful completion of this course, you will receive a Level 2 Award in Personal Licence Holders, with which you can apply for a personal licence
This course is delivered over 1 day
What will I learn?
- The roles, responsibilities and functions of licencing authorities within the framework of the licensing objectives
- The application process for a personal licence
- The role and legal responsibilities of the personal licence holder and the penalties relating to failure to comply with the law
- The premises licence
- The content and purpose of operating schedules
- The role and duties of the designated premises supervisor
- Unauthorised and temporary licensable activities
- Rights of entry to licensed premises
- Police powers with regard to suspension and closure of licensed premises
- The specific prohibitions for the sale of alcohol
- The strengths of alcoholic drinks and the effects of alcohol on the human body
- The protection of children from harm
- The responsible retail sales of alcohol
You will be assessed through a 40 minute multiple choice question paper (40 questions – pass mark 28) completed under exam conditions at the end of the day