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This Licensing Law training course aims to raise awareness of what your responsibilities are under the Licensing Act 2003. The course is aimed at anyone who works in a premises that sells or supplies alcohol in England or Wales. The course explains the key objectives of the Licensing Act and outlines how licence holders, and those authorised to sell alcohol on their behalf, can ensure that their establishments are safe and welcoming places to be.

This Licensing Law training course aims to raise awareness of what your responsibilities are under the Licensing Act 2003. The course is aimed at anyone who works in a premises that sells or supplies alcohol in England or Wales. The course explains the key objectives of the Licensing Act and outlines how licence holders, and those authorised to sell alcohol on their behalf, can ensure that...

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Course Content

Course chapters

  • Introduction to licensing law
    Discover what activities are licensable, what licenses are granted, statutory objectives and who needs a license
  • Applying for a personal license
    Learn about personal license criteria and time-scales of your license
  • Mandatory Licensing Conditions
    In this section you will discover all about the five new conditions which apply to all licensed premises
  • The Responsibilities of Personal License Holders
    Discover all about a designated premises supervisor
  • Licensing and temporary events
    In this section you will cover the two types of Temporary Event Notices; standard and late

Course chapters Introduction to licensing law Discover what activities are licensable, what licenses are granted, statutory objectives and who needs a license Applying for a personal license Learn about personal license criteria and time-scales of your...

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Entry Requirements

This course is designed for the types of business and organisations that need alcohol licenses, such as; pubs and bars, cinemas, theatres, nightclubs, supermarkets and late-opening cafés.

This course is designed for the types of business and organisations that need alcohol licenses, such as; pubs and bars, cinemas, theatres, nightclubs, supermarkets and late-opening cafés.

Additional Information

Delegates successfully completing the course can print an ROSPA approved certificate of achievement and the multiple choice test results. 

The RoSPA stamp of approval demonstrates that the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents believes that our content is of the highest standard in the field.

Delegates successfully completing the course can print an ROSPA approved certificate of achievement and the multiple choice test results. 

The RoSPA stamp of approval demonstrates that the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents believes that our content is of the highest standard in the field.

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