Personal Licence – Level 2 Award
Anyone applying for a Personal Licence to sell alcohol by retail needs to hold a recognised qualification, the Level 2 Award for Personal License Holders. Licensees also need to make sure that their staff are properly trained so they can work responsibly and within the law. This one-day course covers the syllabus set by Government and is accredited by Highfield ABC.
What does this Personal Licence Course cover?
- The roles, responsibilities and functions of licensing 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 personal licence.
- The role and duties of the Designated Premises Supervisor.
- Unauthorised licensable activities.
- Rights of entry to licensed premises.
- Police powers regarding suspension and closure of licensed premises.
- Specific prohibitions for the sale of alcohol.
- The strengths of alcoholic drinks and their effect on the human body.
- The protection of children from harm.
- The responsible sale of alcohol.
Who should attend this Personal Licence Course?
Anyone working in premises licensed to sell alcohol whose job role involves supervising or authorising members of staff to sell alcohol to the public. Managers, assistant managers or supervisors working in pubs, clubs, bars, restaurants, hotels, convenience stores or supermarkets should apply for a personal licence if their job role involves authorising or supervising sales of alcohol from their premises.
What do you need to bring to this Course?
Please bring a valid form of photo ID when attending the course.
What have other people said about this course:
‘Professional, Informative and Welcoming Tutor’.