Call Johnny Walker for details of how to gain a Personal Licence. My free advice will explain all the things you need to do to become a Personal Licence holder and Designated Premises Supervisor.
I travel to you and deliver the Highfield Level II one day Personal Licence course. At the end of the training day, candiddates will sit a 40 question multi-choice exam paper. Successful candidates need to score 28 correct answers to pass.
I specialise in training individuals who have been out of education for some time and may not have sat an exam for many years. Relax, I do this for a living, you will be in safe hands.
Remember, I can usually fix up a training day specifically for you, at your premises. Just call for availability.
Having a Personal Licence allows you to supply alcohol or authorise the supply of alcohol from any licensed premise. You must have a Personal Licence if you want to act as the Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) at any premises licensed to sell alcohol.
Once granted, a Personal Licence remains in force indefinitely. If you are already a Personal Licence holder and your licence has an expiry date, the date is no longer valid and your licence will remain in force after it has passed.
Under the Licensing Act 2003, The Licensing Authority will automatically grant applications for Personal Licences as long as:
The applicant is over 18 years old;
Has the qualification determined by Secretary of State;
Has not had a personal licence forfeited within five years of the date of application;
Has not been convicted of any relevant foreign offence; and
Proves the correct entitlement to work in the UK
Personal Licence applications are dealt with by way of a purely administrative process by the licensing authority where you live, not where the premises is located.
Just call 07970 134 730.