Award for Personal Licence Holders (APLH) formanly known as the NCPLH
Under the Licensing Act 2003, anyone authorising the sale by retail or the supply of alcohol will have to hold a personal licence. In order to qualify for a personal licence, an applicant must by law hold a licensing qualification which is:
- Government approved by (DCMS)
- Exam by The British Institute of Innkeeping Awarding Body (now known as BIIAB)
- Overview Of The Licensing Act
- Licensing Authorities
- Personal Licences
- The Premises Licences
- Operating Schedules
- Unauthorised Licensable Activities
- Permitted Temporary Activities
- Duties Of The Personal Licence Holder
- Children And The Protection Of Children
- Disorderly Conduct On Licensed Premises
- Rights Of Entry
- Other Laws And Regulations
- Social Responsibilities
- The examination is closed book with one paper of 40 multiple-choice questions
- Candidate has to correctly answer any 28 or more questions within the 60 minutes allowed.
- Candidates normally receive their results within 7-10 working days.
- For those who do not achieve a pass, a re-sit will be required.
- The Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders which meets the statutory requirements of the Licensing Act 2003 and is recognised by all licensing authorities as evidence of the applicant's knowledge and understanding of licensing law and the social responsibilities associated with running licensed premises.
This qualification is accredited on the Qualifications and Credit Framework and has a unique Qualification Accreditation Number - 501/149/43
The Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders, is both QCA and DCMS approved, and has been specifically designed to meet the statutory requirements of the Licensing Act 2003.