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. Which of the following does not need a licence to sell alcohol:
Q2. If a premise is mainly used for the sale and consumption of alcohol on the premises, children under 16 who are not accompanied by an adult are:
Q3. What is the maximum punishment for breach of a Closure Notice?
Q4. A drink is classed as alcohol if its abv is more than:
Q5. What is the purpose of reviewing a premises licence?
Q6. How many Designated Premises Supervisors can a premise have at any one time?
Q7. Which of the following is not required as part of an application for a premises licence?
Q8. Which of the following is a type of alcohol?
Q9. What is the maximum number of people permitted in an audience where amplified music is being provided under the Live Music Act exemption?
Q10. If a police officer witnesses the sale of alcohol to a drunk, what value fixed penalty fine can they impose?
Q11. Which of these would not be classed as an irresponsible drinks promotion?
Q12. What is the time limit upon receipt of a written decision notice for someone to appeal a decision to refuse a premises licence application?
Q13. When is the sale of alcohol on or from a vehicle allowed?
Q14. The maximum penalty for selling alcohol outside the hours authorised by a premises licence is:
Q15. What unit of measurement will indicate how much alcohol is contained in a drink?
Q16. Which one of these is not a Responsible Authority?
Q17. What is the minimum age at which a person can legally be sold alcohol on licensed premises?
Q18. Under the Licensing Act 2003, which of these is a licensable activity?
Q19. The licensing plans attached to a premises licence must be:
Q20. How long does a personal licence remain valid?
Q21. For a standard Temporary Event Notice (TEN) the Licensing Authority must receive how many clear days’ notice:
Q22. To keep risks at a low level, the UK Chief Medical Officer recommends it is safest not to drink regularly more than:
Q23. Who must publish a Statement of Licensing Policy?
Q24. If you were charged with a relevant offence after the grant of your licence you must notify the following body that you are a Premises Licence Holder:
Q25. What can a Local Authority do if the Premises Licence annual fee is not paid on the due date?
Q26. What is the importance of the licensing objectives?
Q27. What is the maximum duration of a Temporary Event Notice:
Q28. The role of the designated premises supervisor on licensed premises is to:
Q29. A minor variation application may be suitable in which one of the following situations::
Q30. Which of the following is not one of the Licensing Objectives?
Q31. What is the minimum age at which a person can legally be sold alcohol on licensed premises:
Q32. If not already covered by the premises licence, which one of these events would require a temporary event notice?
Q33. 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:
Q34. On what grounds can the Magistrates Court issue a closure order
Q35. Which of the following must be displayed at a licensed premise?
Q36. The Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) is a person nominated at the premises who:
Q37. A personal licence entitles the holder to
Q38. Failure to notify the Licensing Authority of a change of name or address will result in a fine of up to:
Q39. Which of these is not a licensable activity?
Q40. Which one of the following is not a Mandatory Condition (or part thereof) attached to a premises licence or club premises certificate?