BIIAB LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS Specimen Paper Poppleston Allen Licensing Solicitors
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 is not an offence under the Licensing Act 2003?
Q2. The Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) is a person nominated at the premises who:
Q3. Each licensing authority is responsible for appointing a licensing committee consisting of no more than:
Q4. Where a premises have Category C gaming machines on site they must:
Q5. Who has the authority to object to a personal licence application
Q6. What is the maximum duration of a Temporary Event Notice:
Q7. Which of these alcohlic drinks purchased by someone over 18 is NOT permitted to be consumed by person who is 16 or 17 years old, accompanied by an adult and having the drink with a table meal at a premises?
Q8. If controlled drug activity is allowed on licensed premises, the premises licence could be:
Q9. Which of the following is not one of the Licensing Objectives?
Q10. Which alcoholic drinks may a 16 year old, accompanied by an adult, consume at a table meal on licensed premises?
Q11. What is the purpose of reviewing a premises licence?
Q12. Which of these activities could be classed as regulated entertainment?
Q13. The consultation period for a new premises licence application or a variation of premises licence application is:
Q14. How may standard Temporary Events Notices can a non-Personal Licence holder issue each year?
Q15. A personal licence holder must produce their licence for inspection when requested by:
Q16. Which of these is not true with regard to a personal licence holder
Q17. Which one of these is not a requirement in order for an individual to be granted a personal licence:
Q18. A Local Authority must review its Licensing Policy at least every:
Q19. Who can apply for a Temporary Event Notice?
Q20. When can a person under the age of 18 sell or supply alcohol?
Q21. The police can apply for a closure notice if
Q22. When is the sale of alcohol on or from a vehicle allowed?
Q23. How many gaming machines is a licensed premises automatically entitled to have if they notify the Council of their intention to use category C or D machines?
Q24. Which of the following is not a licensable activity?
Q25. If you are convicted of a criminal offence, who must you notify that you hold a personal licence? (It is a further criminal offence not to notify)
Q26. What could happen if a personal licence holder is convicted of driving with excess alcohol in their body?
Q27. When selling alcohol with a personal licence, which other licence or permission is required:
Q28. What section of the Licensing Act 2003 sets out what is considered to be regulated entertainment?
Q29. What unit of measurement will indicate how much alcohol is contained in a drink?
Q30. When can a local authority depart from their licensing policy
Q31. In which of these situations will a premise be liable under the offence of persistently selling alcohol to children?
Q32. Which one of the following is not an offence under the Licensing Act 2003?
Q33. If you hold a premises licence as an individual, under what circumstances would it lapse?
Q34. In England and Wales, if suspected of drink driving and breathalysed, at what measurement is the reading above the legal limit:
Q35. How may working days do Police and Environmental Health have to object to a Temporary Event Notice?
Q36. Which of these is not a licensable activity?
Q37. How long can a Personal Licence be suspended for if the holder is convicted of a relevant offence?
Q38. Which of these is a mandatory condition attached to a premises licence which authorises the retail sale of alcohol?
Q39. Who can object to an application for a Personal Licence?
Q40. Under the Licensing Act 2003, which of these is a licensable activity?