PERSONAL LICENCE TRAINING COURSE & APPLICATION BURFORD, WITNEY AND BOURTON ON THE WATER.
I travel to your premises and deliver the Highfield level 2 Personal Licence course, on a day that suits you. No need to travel and sit in crowded room with a load of strangers, I can tailor a Personal Licence course just for you.
Every premises licensed to sell alcohol must have a designated premises supervisor (DPS) named on the premises licence. If you are looking to become a DPS, you are in the right place.
Call me, Johnny Walker, on 07970 134 730 and I’ll talk you through the process of gaining a Personal Licence without the stress and tears.
A designated premises supervisor (DPS) must hold a Personal Licence as they are responsible, for authorising the sale of alcohol at the premises.
Before you can apply for a Personal Licence you need to obtain a qualification, so that you have a good understanding of the Licensing Act 2003 and the responsibilities involved when selling alcohol.
Not every person who sells alcohol at licensed premises, for example bar staff, need a Personal Licence, but every sale must be authorised by a Personal Licence holder, usually the DPS. For that reason we strongly suggest that the DPS authorises, in writing, members of staff to sell alcohol in their absence.
To be granted a Personal Licence, you will have to:
- Be over 18 years of age.
- Not have forfeited a personal licence within five years.
- Not have been convicted of a relevant or foreign offence.
- Possess an accredited licensing qualification.
By the way, you do not have to operate licensed premises to obtain a Personal Licence. You do not have to be in the licensed trade or sell alcohol to become a Personal Licence holder.
Call Johnny Walker on 07970 134 730 and I can answer all your questions about getting licensed to spill. Cheers.