Personal Licence (APLH) - Online and Exam
Candidates will have access 24/7 to their course for 1 year. Log in details to our e-learning portal will be sent via email after course has been booked.
This Personal Licence course (Award for Personal Licence Holders) is for ideal for anyone wishing to apply for a Personal Licence to sell alcohol at licensed premises.
Candidates will learn licensing laws, protecting children, restrictions, responsibilities and provided with key knowledge for Personal and premise licensing.
Who is this course for?
This course is for candidates wanting to work within the alcohol industry, serving or selling alcohol. It is ideal for anyone wishing to apply for their Personal and Premise licence.
How long will it take me to achieve this qualification?
This e-learning course will approximately take six hours of guided learning. Which will count towards the recommended 8 guided learning hours each candidate is required to undertake. After the course has been completed a 1 hour exam must be taken at one of our examination centres at either Norfolk or Lincolnshire.
Where can this course be taken?
This course is online and can be taken up to 1 year after purchase. Allowing for flexible learning in and around your busy schedule. The exam takes place at one of our examination centres once the course is complete.
Where will the exam take place?
The Level 2 APLH exam must be completed at the end of each completed course online. These will be held at one of our training and examination centres.
What will the exam consist of?
The Examination consists of 40 questions to be completed within 1 hour. Their knowledge will also be tested by a total of 84 multiple-choice questions, across the seven modules from the course.
How much does it cost?
The course costs £99 per learner. This includes the exam and certificate.
Is there any requirements for entry into this course?
There is no entry requirements for this course. However a good understanding of the English language is required.
Modules of the course
- Licensing Law
- Personal Licences
- Premises Licences
- The Protection of Children
- Powers and enforcement
- Temporary Events
- Responsible Alcohol retailing
Candidates can use the qualification to apply for a Personal Licence under The Licensing Act 2003.
How to book
Book online at the top of this page or if prefer an onsite course, please fill out our contact form.
Or alternatively you can contact us via phone 0800 689 3512 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.