The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 states that anyone who authorises the sale of alcohol to the public must hold a personal licence.
The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 states that anyone who authorises the sale of alcohol to the public must hold a personal licence. If you wish to obtain a personal licence you need to apply to your local licensing board. You will be asked for a number of things to support your application; these include proof that you hold a licensing qualification such as the BIIAB SCPLH.
Anyone who wishes to work in a licensed premises or any venue or site where alcohol is sold, for drinking on or off the premises; in a position where they will authorise the sale of alcohol to the public.
The BIIAB SCPLH covers the syllabus set by the Scottish Government to enable candidates to understand the law in relation to:
The BIIAB SCPLH has been developed in a way that means it meets the training specification of the Scottish Government and can be finished in one day. Longer tuition and self-study options are also available. The training is usually followed on the same day by a short multiple-choice exam. Training is supported by a BIIAB SCPLH Handbook which is written in an easy-to-follow format covering all the information needed for the exam.
The BIIAB SCPLH is available through Poppleston Allen which is a Grade 1 BIIAB approved training centre (the highest level of training centre).
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