This qualification is aimed at anyone in Scotland who needs to apply for a Personal Licence to sell alcohol in Scotland.
The qualification covers the syllabus set by the Scottish government and will ensure learners understand the law, regulation and responsibilities attached to the retail sale of alcohol.
If you wish to obtain a personal licence you need to apply to your local Licensing Board. You will be asked to prove that you hold a Licensing qualification.
What is Involved?
The qualification covers the specification set by the Scottish Government to enable learners to understand the law in relation to:
•The roles, responsibilities and functions of Licensing Boards and Licensing Standards Officers
•The application process for a personal licence
•The application process for premises and occasional licences, mandatory and discretionary conditions.
•Protection of children from harm
•The content and purpose of an operating schedule and risk assessment
•Drunkenness and disorderly behaviour
•Control of order
•The responsible retail sale of alcohol
•Roles and responsibilities of the personal licence holder and the penalties relation to failure to comply with the law
•Unauthorised licensable activities
•Rights of entry to licensed premises
•The strengths of alcoholic, drinks and the effects of alcohol on the human body.
There is a short multiple-choice test at the end of this training course.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course.
Certification/Award on Completion
What you will need to bring
Pen and Paper
SRUC Ayr Campus
16th July 2019
14th August 2019
11th September 2019
16th October 2019
20th November 2019
11th December 2019
SRUC Elmwood Campus
23rd January 2019
2nd May 2019
Further course dates can be scheduled on request.
9.00am to 4.30pm
SRUC Ayr Campus or SRUC Auchincruive Estate; SRUC Elmwood Campus
£75 (no VAT) which includes BIIAB handbook and refreshments.
Please note our course fees will change on 1st August 2019 to £100 per person.
Individual Training Accounts will open on Monday 13 January 2020.
This phase of the scheme will accept up to 10,000 new applications.
SDS Individual Training Accounts (ITA)
You may be eligible for part funding to support the cost of this course.
Get up to £200 towards the cost of a training course with an SDS Individual Training Account (ITA).
You could use the money to build the skills you need for a job. Or get some training to take your career to the next level. Whatever you want to do, there is a wide range of ITA approved courses on offer.
And because it's not a loan you don't have to pay it back.
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How do I book?
Please contact Tracey McNeill or Fiona Lanni via the details below to book a place or if you have any further questions.
Tracey McNeill or Fiona Lanni
01292 525354 or 01292 525355
Sandra Sey (SRUC Elmwood Campus)