There are no formal qualification requirements for this course. The programme is designed for anyone authorising the retail sale of alcohol in licensed premises including pubs and bars; hotels and restaurants; off-licences, supermarkets and convenience stores; sports and social clubs nightclubs and entertainment establishments; and any other venue or site where alcohol is sold.
We offer APLH Training in London, Birmingham, Leeds, and Manchester centres on a monthly basis, for your convenience you may choose to complete the e-learning at anytime and attend the exam only in a city near you.
NOTE: You will be required to complete distance learning via our e-learning system prior to attending the exam at any of our nationwide venues.
You can rest assured that the NCPLH Personal Licence training now known as APLH covers everything you need to know to pass the qualification's examination and apply for your personal licence. What's more, it's been developed and rigorously piloted with experts from the industry to make sure it truly meets the needs of those who want to succeed.
The NCPLH / APLH Personal Licence covers the syllabus set by government to enable candidates to understand the law in relation to:
Get Licensed offers NCPLH Personal Licence also known as APLH training in over 30 training locations, you have the option to choose from classroom based training, or convenient e-learning, you will have to appear for an exam e-learning in any city near you.
For those looking at pursuing a career within the hospitality and bar industry, the first step is to undertake an accredited National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders. The course, which is better known, as the NCPLH, is a requirement which has been set out in the Licensing Act 2003 and applies to all people who will be involved in the sale of alcohol in a retail environment. This statutory requirement has been implemented to ensure that people involved in the sale of alcohol do so responsibly and to maintain standards that minimise alcohol abuse. By completing the educational requirements to be awarded the National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders hospitality workers will have attained the necessary skills and attributes to work within the industry.
One of the key competencies which the National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders or APLH provides to people who complete the course is the ability to understand and implement the requirements of the Licensing Act within the workplace. But the course goes much further than this and increases the students' knowledge about the effects of alcohol and how alcohol affects different people in various ways. This training provides bar staff with the opportunity to ensure that patrons are able to enjoy themselves without the risks that excessive alcohol consumption can bring about. The inclusion of the training requirements within the Licensing Act identify that the government are serious about reducing the health consequences of alcohol consumption and provide an avenue for bar staff to gain industry recognised training that will increase the overall professionalism within the industry.
As part of its commitment to providing accredited and professional training services exceeding industry standards Get-Licensed has recently announced the implementation of its training program for hospitality industry employees to gain their National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders. As part of the commitment of Get-Licensed to provide tailored and high calibre training packages students undertaking their National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders through Get-Licensed can expect to be taught by industry leaders. The training provided by Get-Licensed will ensure that students not only gain the necessary training to meet the needs of the Licensing Act, but they will also have the distinct advantage of personalised training which will allow them implement what they have been taught in the workplace.
The National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders is the basic requirement for selling alcohol within a retail environment. The training provided by Get-Licensed goes beyond the basic requirements and provides students with the necessary skills and attributes which are in high demand by employers. With much scrutiny being placed on those employed in the retail alcohol the training course offered by Get-Licensed will allow students to enter into the industry with the knowledge and confidence that they are able to provide professional services while maintaining the highest standards to ensure the responsible service of alcohol. The reliability and respect which is placed by employers upon the training provided by Get- Licensed is set to provide its students with a distinct advantage when they enter the workforce
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