Licensed Premises Staff Training
The alcohol licensing laws of the United Kingdom regulate the sale and consumption of alcohol. It is important for anyone working in licensed premises to have a basic understanding of these laws and how they apply to them. This licensed premises staff training course is designed for those who serve and sell alcohol and instructs on how to operate within the law while serving alcohol to the public. The outlet is not necessarily a pub or restaurant but could be a private clubs, festivals or other occasional events.
This course starts with an overview of UK alcohol licensing act, 2003, and the importance of the four key licensing objectives. These are:
- To prevent crime and disorder
- To promote public safety
- To prevent public nuisance
- To protect children from harm
The course will also discuss mandatory conditions, which are compulsory for all licensed premises. The failure to comply with the conditions of a certificate or licence is recorded as a criminal offence. It convicted in a court of law, it could attract a find of up to £20k and up to six months in prison. These mandatory conditions include such things as age restrictions, alcohol personal licence holders and rules relating to door supervision and promotions.
Finally, it outlines the responsibilities involved in alcohol retailing including drinking guidelines and how to avoid and reduce conflict.
Anyone working in licensed premises. This course could be included as part of the induction process or used to further enhance existing staff’s understanding of their responsibilities
|Personal Licenses and Club Premises Certificates||3|
|Dealing with Licensing Authorities||4|
|Types of Businesses Selling Alcohol||5|
|Representations and Mandatory Conditions||6|
|Licensing 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+)
Duration: 60 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).