Personal Licence training course Bromsgrove.
If you need a Personal Licence in Bromsgrove, I come to you and deliver the one-day Highfield Level 2 Personal Licence Holder’s course. No need to travel to some distant venue and sit in a room of strangers, I can come to your premises. My course has a 99% exam pass rate, so if you have not sat an exam for some years, relax…… I will cover all the syllabus topics and show you how to stay on the right side of the law when selling alcohol. I have taught this course for nearly 20 years, you will be in safe hands.
A Personal Licence allows an individual to sell alcohol at licensed premise. It also allows the Personal Licence holder to authorise others, who are not Personal Licence holders, to sell alcohol at licenses premises
To apply for a Personal Licence you must:
- be 18 years old or over
- possess an accredited certificate which demonstrates you have passed a Level 2 course in the responsibilities of selling alcohol
- have not forfeited a personal licence in the past 5 years
- have the right to work within the UK
An application must be made on the prescribed form to the licensing authority where you are a resident. The application form should be accompanied by:
- two passport sized photographs of yourself, one of which is endorsed as a true likeness of yourself by a suitable person
- a completed disclosure of convictions and declaration form
- a valid basic disclsoure certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service. This must be valid for 1 calendar month from date of issue.
- the correct fee
- the original accredited licensing qualification certificate
- proof of right to work in the UK (e.g. passport, birth certificate etc.)
The Personal Licence application process requires you to provide a Basic Disclosure. You can apply for a Basic Disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). You can apply online on gov.uk.
If you have no relevant or foreign convictions, are suitably trained and over 18 years of age, then a Personal Licence is automatically granted on receipt of a valid application. If you have any relevant of foreign convictions and the police make representations against the application, the matter will be referred to a Licensing Sub-Committee. You will be given the opportunity to attend a hearing to address any concerns raised by the police. The committee members will make a decision based on the points raised and the evidence presented to them on the grant or refusal of your Personal Licence.
Call me on 07970 134 730 to check availability of courses. I can usually sort out a date that is suitable for us both. If you need to know anything else, just pick up the ‘phone. It’s not a problem, my advice is always totally free, so just ring.