To apply for your Personal Licence you need to attend and pass this Personal Licence course, once you have the certificate you can then go on to apply for your Personal Licence with your Local Authority. A Personal Licence is relevant training for those retailing alcohol, it also enables you to become a Designated Premises Supervisor. Day One Training boasts a 98% pass rate, with the emphasis on learning in an enjoyable and relaxed atmosphere.
This one day course will cover:
- Licensing law
- Premises and personal licenses
- Licence application process
- The Exam
- Power point presentation emailed in advance of course
- BIIAB workbook additional £5 if required
- Full application process for DBS disclosure and personal licence £95 + fees
You need to bring with you:
- Photographic ID or a suitable alternative
- Two passport sized photographs
Where are the courses held?
We run our training courses in London, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Midlands, Norwich, Ipswich, Colchester and Cambridge, we can also run the course on your premises, just get in touch.
How much will this course cost?
The APLH course will cost £165 per person, application service and workbooks extra. Course discounts are available for group bookings, 1-2-1 training sessions can be arranged cost dependent on location and urgency.
- Personal Licence – what to do next
- Personal Licence Application Form
- Disclosure of Convictions and Declaration Form
BIIAB ARAR – Award in Responsible Alcohol Retailing
This course supports those retailing alcohol with knowledge of the law, the licensing objectives and licensable activities. Great for bar staff or those wanting to take their Personal Licence, this is relevant training for licensed operators that want to uphold the Licensing Objectives.
After successfully completing this course and passing the exam you will be awarded with the BIIAB ARAR certificate and will fully understand:
The Nature and Effects of Alcohol
Licensing Law and Licensing Objectives
Your Social Responsibilities
How to Recognise Drunkenness