Scottish Personal Licence (SCPLH) Training in Perth

The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 states that anyone who authorises the sale of alcohol to the public must hold a personal licence. To apply for a personal license, you must first gain a Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders (SCPLH) qualification.

What is the Personal Licence (SCPLH) Training Course?

The SCPLH (Award for Scottish 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.

Why should I take the Personal Licence (SCPLH) Training Course in Perth?

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 Scottish Personal Licence, you must pass the Scottish Personal Licence exam. Once certified, you will be able to apply for your Scottish Personal Licence badge through the local council in the area of Perth.

There are many bars, clubs, pubs, restaurants and other venues in Perth therefore, having a Personal Licence while working in Perth can be attractive as either a full time or part time career.

Since 2006, over 200,000 candidates have booked their SCPLH training courses with us. We have regular Scottish Personal Licence training courses in the area of Perth with a passing rate of over 90%.


Scottish Personal Licence (SCPLH) courses in Perth

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Perth
£179.99
Locations
Available Dates
Price
Perth
£179.99

Course content

What does the Scottish Personal Licence (SCPLH) Training Course in Perth include?

On the SCPLH training course in Perth you will learn the following topics:

Licensing authorities

Personal and premises licences

Operating schedules

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

At the end of your training, a 40-question multiple choice exam will be conducted. The questions on this exam are covered on your course.

We understand that examinations can be daunting. However, with our nationwide 90% pass rate, you really have nothing to worry about.

So, what are you waiting for? Take the Scottish Personal Licence (SCPLH) Training Course in Perth and Get Licensed today.

FAQs

SCPLH stands for Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders.
10 years from the date of issue, unless revoked earlier by the Licensing Board.
If you need to sell alcohol as part of your job then yes. Anybody engaged in an occupation that requires them to authorise sales of alcohol in Scotland should take the Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders. This generally includes new staff seeking promotion through to staff at managerial levels.
To get your personal licence, the first step is to attend and pass the 1-day personal licence course. Once you pass and receive your certificate, you can apply via your local licensing authority (usually your local council).
At the end of the course you will be required to sit a 40-question multiple choice examination.
Certificates are dispatched 4 - 6 weeks after successful course completion via Royal Mail. We aim to post your certificate within 2 days after receiving it from your training provider. We will send you an email once we have dispatched your certificate. If you opted for Secured Delivery, your certificate will be posted with a service requiring your signature.
If you are a Personal Licence Holder and you wish to continue to be a Personal Licence Holder, then you must complete refresher training 5 years after the date that your Personal Licence was issued. This must be taken every 5 years.
If you do not complete your refresher training within the correct time period, and submit your refresher training certificate to your licensing board, then you will no longer be considered a Personal Licence Holder and you will no longer be able to authorise the sale or service of alcohol.
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