Under the new Licensing
Act 2003, anyone authorising the retail sale of alcohol will have
to hold a Personal Licence.
To obtain a new Personal Licence, applicants must hold a licensing
qualification that is both:
- Qualifications and
Curriculum Authority (QCA) accredited, and
- Government approved
(accredited by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, DCMS).
The GQAL Level 2 National
Certificate for Personal Licence Holders is both QCA and DCMS
approved and has been written and designed to a specification,
as laid down by the regulatory authorities. It meets all the statutory
requirements of the Licensing Act 2003.
The GQAL Level 2 NCPLH
is awarded by the Graded Qualifications Alliance.
The Qualification covers:-
2) Duties Of A Personal
3) Licensing Authorities
5) Unauthorised Licensable
6) Police Powers
7) Premises Licences
8) Operating Schedules
9) Permitted Temporary
10) Disorderly Conduct On Licensed
11) Protection Of Children
12) Rights Of Entry
14) Related Laws
should take the GQAL Level 2 National Certificate for Personal
The GQAL Level
2 National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders is
a nationally recognised qualification for anyone wishing
apply for a Personal Licence to authorise the retail sale
of alcohol in licensed premises. The GQAL NCPLH offers
candidates a ready reference handbook and competitive
CATEGORIES OF LICENSED PREMISES
- Sports and
(alcohol provided with flowers)
- Petrol Stations
is the GQAL Level 2 National Certificate for Personal Licence
choice examination paper.
Under normal circumstances same
day results and a free
same day re-sit are available. The examination
has one overall pass mark
- Candidates must answer 35/50 questions (70%) correctly.
For more information
on this qualification, visit the Graded Qualifications Website
or Developing Hospitality Ltd Website www.developinghospitality.co.uk