Scottish Personal Licence Holders Certificate

Any member of staff authorising the sale of alcohol in a licensed premises is legally required to hold a Personal Licence, the Scottish Personal Licence Holders Certificate (Awarded by REHIS - Royal Environmental Health Institute Scotland) enables individuals to apply for this licence. The course covers:- The reason for, and importance of, the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005- Responsible operation of licensed premises - Overview of the licensing function - Key Roles - Licensing and Operational responsibilities - Protecting children and young people from harm - Control of Order - Training - Associated law- The Effect of alcohol consumption on customers and your business - Alcohol intoxication - Illegal drugs - Social responsibility

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This course assists in complying with the training requirements and a REHIS certificate will be awarded on successful completion.


Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however, proof of identification eg, passport, driving licence, is required prior to registration.




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