Personal Licence Course Details
Take your first step in the retail and hospitality industry and get your personal licence.
The Level 2 Award for Personal Licence holders is a mandatory requirement to get your personal licence ✅ .
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The APLH Personal Licence course is a statutory requirement for people involved in the sale of alcohol. It ensures people do so responsibly, as well as maintain standards to minimise alcohol abuse.
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✅ Advance your career
Get fully qualified and start your career in hospitality or retail.
✅ License your establishment
Boost revenue while creating a safe environment for customers.
✅ Serve multiple industries
Serve alcohol as a bar worker, sommelier, or event manager.
Personal Licence Mock Exam
Prepare for the APLH Personal Licence Exam by completing this mock test. Simply learn from the training video below then complete the test video underneath it. Good luck!
Create a safe work environment
The APLH course and licence give you the qualifications to sell alcohol legally and safely. By training for and securing your licence, you’ll help create a safe environment for your customers, employees, and co-workers.
Avoid costly penalties
The APLH personal licence course is a legal requirement for people involved in the sale of alcohol.
Personal Licence holders in Scotland
If you are based in Scotland you will need to apply for a Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holder (SCPLH).
Personal Licence Course Outline
The Personal Licence Course to hold a Personal Alcohol Licence runs over 1-day and is divided into the following units:
Personal and premises licences
Permitted temporary activities
Unauthorised licensable activities
Police powers and rights of entry
Legal and social responsibilities of the personal licence holder
Illegal drugs, the effects of alcohol and disorderly conduct
Protection of children
Personal Licence Course Assessment
At the end of your Personal Licence training course, a 40-question multiple choice exam will be conducted. The questions on this exam are covered on your course.
How it works
Securing your APLH level 2 qualification with Get Licensed is simple.
Throughout your APLH training, we’ll provide you with the training and guidance necessary to obtain the APLH level 2 licence.
Select your nearest training centre, attend your course, and apply for your new licence!
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Personal Licence Application process
You must apply to the licensing authority of the district or borough in which you live, not where you work. You can find your local authority by entering your postcode here.
The requirements for a successful Personal Licence application are as follows:
Correctly filled personal licence application.
Two passport photos - one of these must be endorsed.
Original Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders certificate.
Proof of entitlement to work in the UK.
Disclosure of criminal convictions and declaration.
The application fee is usually £37. You may post the completed application to the Licencing Team at the local authority. Some local councils also accept walk-in applications.
Most personal licence applications take a maximum of 20 working days to be processed.