4 Day Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders

4 Day Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

This qualification is aimed at individuals working in, or preparing to work in, any industry that involves the retail sale of alcohol. Anyone wishing to sell or authorise the sale of alcohol by retail on licensed premises must hold a personal licence.

Course Information

The objective of this qualification is to allow an individual to meet a requirement set by law to undertake a specific role.

The qualification is designed for those learners working in, or preparing to work in, any industry that involves the retail sale of alcohol. It is a prerequisite for anyone who wishes to hold a personal licence. Anyone wishing to sell or authorise the sale of alcohol by retail on licensed premises must hold a personal licence.

Learners gaining this qualification will understand the main requirements of the Licensing Act 2003, the importance of promoting the licensing objectives and the legal responsibilities of a personal licence holder.

Minimum Required Kit List

Laptop with Microsoft word and power point

What’s included:

What is not included:

Course Dates

1st  of every month

Course Length

4 days The total qualification time (TQT) for this qualification is 10 hours and of this 8 are recommended as guided learning hours (GLH).

Course Cost

£950

Assessments

This qualification can be assessed by a portfolio of evidence.

Qualification

Level 2 Award in understanding stewarding and spectator events

Skill Prerequisites

  • 18 Years +
  • Level 1 English Language
*All prerequisite awards should not be expired
so please check the expiry date before applying
*All Candidates should have a reasonable level
of personal fitness

Topics

  • nature, purpose and period of validity of a personal licence
  • application process
  • legal duties when applying for a personal licence
  • legal duties of a personal licence holder
  • roles, responsibilities and functions of licensing authorities
  • nature and strength of alcohol and the effect on the body and the law in relation to premises licences.
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