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Personal Licence (APLH) Training Course in Berkshire
The course, which is also known as APLH (Award for Personal Licence Holders), 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 Award for Personal Licence Holders hospitality workers will have attained the necessary skills and attributes to work within the industry.
If you are looking to work in bar, restaurant or work in a retail outlet selling alcohol you will need a personal licence. To get your Personal Licence, you must pass the Personal Licence exam. Once certified, you will be able to apply for your Personal Licence badge in Berkshire through the local council.
There are many bars, clubs, pubs, restaurants and other venues in Berkshire. Thus having a Personal Licence in Berkshire can be attractive as either a full time or part time career.
Since 2006, over 200,000 candidates have booked their Personal Licence training courses with us. We have regular Personal Licence training courses in Berkshire with a passing rate of over 90%.