BIIAB Level 2 Award for Licensing Practitioners (Alcohol) (ALPA)

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On October 12th we will be running a face-to-face ALPA course – BIIAB Level 2 Award for Licensing Practitioners.

Just 9 places left…

The BIIAB Level 2 Award for Licensing Practitioners (Alcohol) (ALPA) is aimed exclusively at licensing officers and those responsible for the administration of the Licensing Act 2003.

If you take one of the 9 remaining places, you will learn about 15 different areas of licensing including:

  • The powers of relevant licensing authorities with regard to the closure of licensed premises and the powers of local authorities after such orders have been made
  • The duties and responsibilities of licensing authorities
  • Applications and determination of a licence being granted
  • The roles and responsibilities of the designated premises supervisor
  • The purpose and content of the operating schedule relating to a premises licence

Your trainer

Your trainer for this course is Mark Worthington BSc (Hons) MBII-tp, MIOL, CMS.

You might have heard of Mark as he is an experienced trainer and very well respected in the sector. Not only is he a retired County Licensing Sergeant, having served with the Northamptonshire Police force, he is also a long-standing volunteer with National Pubwatch.

The cost and location:

The cost for this course is just £200 per person. This is great value considering it also includes lunch, refreshments and learning materials.

The location is Civil Service Club, 13-15 Great Scotland Yard, London, SW1A 2HJ

Interested / want more information? 

If you have any questions or want to book your places, please email or 0115 9487 412.

The booking deadline is Friday 29th September, don’t miss out on this training opportunity.

PS: If this date / location does not work for you, please let us know. We are always happy to add further dates should demand be high enough.