BIIAB LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS Specimen Paper
If you are already booked to take the APLH course or are considering doing so, a valuable part of your preparation is to take a mock examination. In conjunction with the BII, we have created an exam compiled from past paper questions. In the real exam, you have 40 minutes to complete a multiple choice question paper consisting of 40 questions. in order to pass the exam, you will need to correctly answer 28 out of 40 questions.
With the mock exam, we suggest that you allow yourself 40 minutes to complete all questions.
Q1. It is an offence for someone to drive if their Blood Alcohol Concentration is above:
Q2. Under the mandatory conditions, the minimum measure of gin, rum, vodka and whisky is:
Q3. The Council fee for a new or variation of premises licence is dependent on which of the following:
Q4. The purpose of a licensing policy is to show how:
Q5. A minor variation application may be suitable in which one of the following situations::
Q6. Which of these would not be classed as an irresponsible drinks promotion?
Q7. At what age can a person buy a lottery ticket?
Q8. The consultation period for a new premises licence application or a variation of premises licence application is:
Q9. When issuing a Minor Variation of the premises licence, for how many days must you advertise the application on or outside of the premises by way of a public notice?
Q10. The Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) is a person nominated at the premises who:
Q11. What section of the Licensing Act 2003 sets out what is considered to be regulated entertainment?
Q12. An unauthorised licensable activity is:
Q13. The role of the designated premises supervisor on licensed premises is to:
Q14. How many Designated Premises Supervisors can a premise have at any one time?
Q15. Which one of the following organisations can grant a premises licence:
Q16. To keep risks at a low level, the UK Chief Medical Officer recommends it is safest not to drink regularly more than:
Q17. A personal licence holder must produce their licence for inspection when requested by:
Q18. Which of the following is not required as part of an application for a premises licence?
Q19. A premises licence authorises the use of specific premises for:
Q20. How long do Police and Environmental Health have to object to a TEN?
Q21. What change of details must a personal licence holder report to the licensing authority?
Q22. The police can apply for a closure notice if
Q23. Failure to produce your personal licence when requested to do so by a Police Constable or an officer authorised by the licensing authority could result in:
Q24. When do HM Revenue and Customs officers have the legal right to enter licensed premises to remove goods liable to forfeiture?
Q25. In England and Wales, if suspected of drink driving and breathalysed, at what measurement is the reading above the legal limit:
Q26. When is the sale of alcohol on or from a vehicle allowed?
Q27. For a standard Temporary Event Notice (TEN) the Licensing Authority must receive how many clear days’ notice:
Q28. Which one of the following is not an offence under the Licensing Act 2003?
Q29. Which of the following is not a licensable activity in a premises licensed for the sale of alcohol, when the bar is open?
Q30. If convicted by a Magistrates Court, for how long can a Personal Licence holder have his personal licence suspended:
Q31. If controlled drug activity is allowed on licensed premises, the premises licence could be:
Q32. What is the minimum age at which a person can legally be sold alcohol on licensed premises:
Q33. When can a person under the age of 18 sell or supply alcohol?
Q34. The maximum number of people (this includes staff and any performers if applicable) allowed to attend an event licensed by a Temporary Event Notice (TEN) is:
Q35. Which one of these statements is not correct regarding children on licensed premises?
Q36. Who can authorise underage persons to carry out test purchasing on licensed premises?
Q37. Which alcoholic drinks may a 16 year old, accompanied by an adult, consume at a table meal on licensed premises?
Q38. What could happen if a personal licence holder is convicted of driving with excess alcohol in their body?
Q39. What section of the Licensing Act 2003 sets out what is considered to be regulated entertainment
Q40. What is the maximum number of people permitted in an audience where amplified music is being provided under the Live Music Act exemption?