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SALPS Training Perth Scottish Award for Licensed Premises Staff £10 e-Learning CPD Training & Certificate
15th November 2018
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SALPS Stirling Scottish Award for Licensed Premises Staff £10 CPD Training & Competent Certificate

(7 customer reviews)

£19.95 £10.00

SALPS is designed to assist you in understanding your responsibilities as a personal license holder, covering the legal basis of the required training of staff selling or serving alcohol under the Licensing Scotland Act 2005. The course also provides good practise in managing conflict situations and the standard of service.

 

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SALPS is designed to assist you in understanding your responsibilities as a personal license holder, covering the legal basis of the required training of staff selling or serving alcohol under the Licensing Scotland Act 2005. The course also provides good practise in managing conflict situations and the standard of service.

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Learning Outcomes

  • Licensing and the licencing objectives
  • The definition of ‘alcohol’ in the Act
  • What constitutes an unlicensed sale
  • The functions of licensing standards officers and their powers
  • The nature of an operating plan and it place in the licensing system

Duration

60 mins

Refresher Requirements

Refreshed in accordance with your company guidelines, local and national authoritative guidelines and any regulatory requirements

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Personal licence (Scotland)

Overview

You or a member of your staff must hold a personal licence if you sell alcohol from licensed premises in Scotland.

‘Licensed premises’ include any premises allowed to sell alcohol under a premises licence.

To qualify for a licence you must:

  • be 18 years or older
  • hold a licensing qualification
  • not already hold a personal licence
  • not have had a personal licence revoked in the past 5 years

Applications are made to your local licensing board.

Applications may be refused if:

  • you have a criminal conviction for a ‘relevant offence’
  • you held a personal licence which expired or you surrendered a personal licence within 3 years of your application

You must tell the Licensing Board if you are convicted of a ‘relevant offence’ between the making of an application and it being determined.

A ‘relevant offence’ includes violent or sexual offences, firearms offences, drugs offences, aiding and abetting, inciting, counseling or procuring any relevant offence or any other offence which resulted in imprisonment.

Once granted, your personal licence will be valid for 10 years.

Overview

Contact your council to apply for a premises licence if you want to carry out ‘licensable activities’ from a particular venue.

Licensable activities include:

  • selling alcohol
  • serving alcohol (even if it’s free)
  • serving hot food and drinks between 11pm and 5am
  • providing entertainment (theatre, film, indoor or outdoor sporting, live music, dance performance, nightclub)

You still need a licence even if the activities are for charity – but you may not have to pay for it.

Restrictions

You must be 18 or over to apply for a premises licence.

Conditions

You must either be, or have appointed, a designated premises supervisor (DPS) before you can apply for a licence. A DPS holds a ‘personal licence’ to sell alcohol.

You might have to register to pay machine game duty on any gaming machines you have on your premises.

There may be other conditions added to your licence, such as having an age-checking policy.

Length of licence

Most Premises licences have an unlimited duration but you will have to pay an annual fee.

How to apply

To apply for a premises licence, contact the council where the premises is based.

Your application must include:

  • your details (including any criminal convictions)
  • detail of the designated premises supervisor (DPS)
  • a detailed plan of the premises
  • a planning certificate, building standards certificate and, if food is to be sold, food hygiene certificate

You will also need to include your ‘operating plan’:

  • the activities you’re planning
  • the times when alcohol will be sold
  • the times when food will be sold
  • the premises capacity

You will be charged a fee based on the rateable value of the premises.

Extending your licence conditions

If you wish to serve alcohol outside of your licensed hours, eg for a wedding, you must apply to extend the hours of your licence.

Displaying your licence

You must display your ‘licence summary’ at the premises where it can be easily seen.

The other pages of the licence should be kept safely at the premises. Police or council officers can ask to see them at any time.

Fines and penalties

If you carry out any licensable activities at your premises without a premises licence, you can be fined £20,000, sent to prison for up to 6 months, or both.

You can be fined up to £1,000 for failing to produce your licence on request.

 

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for SALPS Stirling Scottish Award for Licensed Premises Staff £10 CPD Training & Competent Certificate

  1. Kev reed

    well worth £10

  2. ruth MacArthur

    great value, cheap and reliable

  3. Basil Kotton

    Best value for money

  4. Patricia Smith

    certificate on my wall

  5. roger metcalfe

    Its a must even for a smallish pub

  6. stuart capewell

    5*

  7. James Bowerman

    very quick

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