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Licensing Qualificatons Licensing QualificationsTo obtain a personal licence an applicant must have passed a recognised qualification.

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To obtain a personal licence an applicant must have passed a recognised qualification. The foremost examination authority is the BIIAB and we are an approved centre for both training and examinations. Most courses are held near Faversham please see map at ME13 9BH map.

Q What is the National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders?

A. Under the Licensing Act 2003, anyone authorising the retail sale of alcohol will have to hold a personal licence. In order to qualify for a personal licence, an applicant must hold a licensing qualification which is accredited with QCA and approved by Government. The BIIAB National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders meets the statutory requirements of the Licensing Act 2003.

 

Q. Who is the Certificate designed for?

A. The qualification is nationally recognised and is designed for anyone authorising the sale of alcohol in licensed premises including:

  • pubs and bars
  • hotels and restaurants
  • off-licences, supermarkets and convenience stores
  • sports and social clubs
  • nightclubs and entertainment establishments
  • any other “premises” where alcohol is sold

 

Q. Whatdoes the qualification cover?

A. The Course/Certificate covers the syllabus set by Government, to enable you to understand the law in relation to:

  • the roles and responsibilities of licensing authorities
  • the application process for a personal licence
  • the responsibilities of the personal licence holder and the penalties if you fail 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 licensable activities
  • permitted temporary licensable activities (TEN)
  • rights of entry to licensed premises
  • police powers (suspension and closure of premises)
  • 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 sale of alcohol

 

Q. Why choose LGS.uk and the BIIAB's National Certificate?

A. As recognised experts in Licensing we provide you with a professional service which can include your personal licence application. The BIIAB is the market leader in developing and awarding qualifications for the licensed retail sector. With over 23 years of experience they have processed over 622,000 qualifications since 1994 (successful completion of this qualification entitles you to apply to join the BII)

 

Q. How long is the training course, where can I take it and how much will it cost?

A. Our programmes are completed in a day (although longer tuition or self-study options may be available), and includes a short multiple-choice exam. A comprehensive handbook, presented in an easy-to-follow format, supports the qualification and covers all the information needed for the examination. Initially the course will be offered near Faversham and cost £155 plus VAT including exam fee, all course material tea/coffee and lunch

We also expect to offer courses in London, Peterborough and Brighton shortly 

 

Q. Can I do an NCPLH Course Online?

A. It is now possible to complete the training part on the Personal Licence qualification in the comfort of your own home in front of your computer. You can also complete a range of other courses and all include handouts and test exams. Simply tick the boxes for the online services you want, select “add to cart”, pay with secure online payment and complete the programme in your own time. Once complete you will then need to attend one of the national examination centres.

click here to View online courses, including NCPLH Online

 

 


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