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- BIIAB approved Scottish Certificate for Licensed Premises (SCLPS) course
BIIAB approved Scottish Certificate for Licensed Premises (SCLPS) course
Website: Fife Council's Community Use Schools
The course duration is 3 hours and is followed by a 30 minute multiple choice assessment. The course content covers the syllabus set out by the Scottish Government, enabling candidates to understand the law in relation to:
Drunkenness and disorderly behaviour.
Licensing hours and the rights of entry to licensed premises.
Roles and responsibilities of licensed premises staff and Penalties for non-compliance with legislation.
The strengths of alcoholic drinks and their effects on the human body.
Protection of children from harm.
This course provides a nationally recognised, transferrable qualification and is ideal for anyone working in or seeking work in pubs, clubs and other licensed premises.
The course cost is £50.00 which includes the handbook and assessment and is ILA Scotland approved. ILA Scotland is a Scottish Government scheme designed to provide assistance with the cost of approved courses. Anyone living in Scotland, aged 16 years and over, not in Education or on a National Training Programme and earning less than £22,000 per year may be eligible to apply for a £200 learning account. For more information, please contact ILA Scotland direct on 0808 100 1090.
Published by: Fife Council
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|Entry Requirements||Candidates should be aged 16 years & over.|
|Waid Academy Community Use |||Tuesday 17 July 2012||9:30 - 13:00|
|Course price (including workbook and assessment||£50.00|