The alcohol licensing laws of the United Kingdom regulate the sale and consumption of alcohol. Any organisation, business or individual who wishes to sell alcohol must have a licence. This is obtained from a Licensing Authority. Every licensed premised is required to have a designated premises supervisor (DPS). This DPS must hold an alcohol personal licence, which is the course we are offering here.
This course starts with an overview of UK alcohol licensing laws and the importance of promoting the four key licensing objectives. The three main types of licence are covered, including applications, conditions, representations, and reviews. You’ll learn about the legal duties of personal licence holders, and how to deal with Licensing Authorities, along with information relating to objections, fees, and hearings.
The course will also discuss issues surrounding Temporary Event Notices, and mandatory conditions, which are compulsory for all licensed premises.
It’ll also look in detail at the major issue of age verification — and you’ll learn about the licensing laws and best practices as they apply to children and under 18s.
Finally, it outlines the responsibilities involved in alcohol retailing including drinking guidelines and how to avoid and reduce conflict. Target Audience
Anyone working in, or wanting a career in the hospitality industry who wants to open up promotion opportunities or to move into a role that requires an alcohol personal licence.
|Personal Licences and Club Premises Certificate||3|
|Dealing with Licencing Authorities||4|
|Types of Businesses Selling Alcohol||5|
|Representation and Mandatory Conditions||6|
|Licencing Authority Powers||7|
|Children and Under 18s||8|
|Responsibility in Alcohol Retailing||9|
Recommended System Requirements
• Browser: Up to date web browser
• Video: Up to date video drivers
• Memory: 1Gb+ RAM
• Download Speed: Broadband (3Mb+)
Online assessment for this alcohol personal licence training is carried out over a series of nine modules. The duration of the course is 90 minutes. (Note: This is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions).