Training Days

ARAR COURSE (AWARD IN ALCOHOL RESPONSIBLE RETAILING)
Tuesday 16th October 2018

This course is funded by Arkell’s and aimed at front of house staff. The Police and Council have been visiting a lot of pubs recently so we highly recommend for you to send as many staff as possible.

Here are more details:

BIIAB AWARD IN RESPONSIBLE ALCOHOL RETAILING
‘ARAR’

The BII Level 1 Award in Responsible Alcohol Retailing is a nationally recognised qualification designed for anyone who works in licensed premises and is likely to be involved in the sale of alcohol including bar staff, waiters and waitresses, supermarket cashiers, licensed shop staff and anyone else selling alcohol direct to a customer. It is designed to enhance their understanding of their role and their responsibilities in relation to the retail sale of alcohol in licensed premises, including hotels, bars, inns, pubs, restaurants, retail shops, supermarkets, convenience stores, off-licenses, sports and social clubs, night time venues, nightclubs, leisure parks, caravan parks with liquor licensed facilities and anywhere else where alcohol is sold direct to members the public.

The areas covered during the day are:

- The nature of alcohol and the effects it has on the human body
- The main issues in the Licensing Act 2003 as they relate to alcohol retailers and servers
- Licensing law in relation to the protection of children from harm
- The social responsibilities relating to the retail sale of alcohol
- How to recognise drunkenness and an individual’s duty not to serve drunk customers
- Appropriate strategies that can be adopted to prevent or eliminate alcohol-related crime and conflict and the importance of personal safety

What you will get.....

The course begins at 0845 with coffee/tea for 0900 start, breaks at 1100 and 1500 for coffee/tea with a lunch break 1300 approximately for 45 minutes.
Coffees and teas are available all day and soft drinks are provided with lunch.

An ARAR Hand Book will be sent out in advance of the course for some pre-course reading and needs to be brought on the day for use during the day. A work book is provided for use during the course and also to act as an aide-memoire for the future and as an additional aide when training staff in due course. Apart from 30 questions to answer during the day within it, there are additionally examples of a Premises Licence, a TEN (Temporary Event Notice), Alcohol Sales Permission form, numerous Questions and Answers details together with topical and relevant facts that currently effect all types of licensed retail premises.

The exam is a 25 question, multiple choice question paper taken from memory and starts immediately after the course about 1530/1545 with 17/25 needed to pass and lasts for 25 minutes. Course delegates are free to leave as soon as they have finished and the result will be telephoned to them within 4 working days. The actual Certificate will follow within 3 weeks of the date of taking the exam. This course is particularly good for staff who work in licensed premises and are customer-facing with responsibility for serving customers and wishing to further their experience and knowledge of their business. The details contained within the hand book form an excellent reference book and guide to the requirements of working in a licensed establishment.
Identification is needed for the exam and a passport or current driving licence is easiest. Delegates need to bring one or the other with them on the day.

BII NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS

£105.00 + VAT per person
Tuesday 13th November 2018
9.00am – 5.30pm

BIIAB NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS
‘APLH’

The BII Level 2 National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders is a nationally recognised qualification designed for anyone authorising the retail sale of alcohol in licensed premises, including hotels, bars, inns, pubs, restaurants, retail shops, supermarkets, convenience stores, off-licenses, sports and social clubs, night time venues, nightclubs, leisure parks, caravan parks with liquor licensed facilities and anywhere else where alcohol is sold direct to members the public.

The areas covered during the day are:

The roles, responsibilities and functions of the licensing authorities and the actual application process for getting your Personal Licence
The 4 Licensing Objectives, responsibilities and Areas of Risk within these objectives
The role and legal responsibilities of a Personal Licence Holder with details of the penalties relating to failure to comply with the law
Explanation of the Premises Licence, how to complete a new one and to apply for a variation of an existing one, details of the Operating Schedule within in, suggested additional steps to take to promote the 4 Licensing Objectives, Actual licence, Summary licence, Custody of Actual licence, Conditions on a premises licence
The appointment and role of the Designated Premises Supervisor, Single point of accountability and Responsibilities associated with the day to day running the premises, Sale of Alcohol

Permission form

Unauthorised licensable activities, permitted Temporary Event Notices
Rights of Entry to licensed premises by Police, Authorised Officers of the Licensing Authority, HM Revenue and Customs, Suspension of licences and Closure of premises
Protection of Children from Harm, Offences and Defences, Penalties
Specific prohibitions of sale of alcohol, Test Purchasing, Strengths of alcohol
Nature of alcohol, Effects of alcohol on the human body, Social responsibilities in the retail sale of alcohol, Conduct and running of licensed premises

What you will get...

The course begins at 0845 with coffee/tea for 0900 start, breaks at 1100 and 1500 for coffee/tea with a lunch break 1300 approximately for 45 minutes.
Coffees and teas are available all day and soft drinks are provided with lunch.

An APLH Hand Book will be sent out in advance of the course for some pre-course reading and needs to be brought on the day for use during the day. A work book is also provided for use during the course and also to act as an aide-memoire for the future and as an additional aide when training staff in due course. Apart from 40 questions to answer during the day within it, there are additionally examples of a Premises Licence, a TEN (Temporary Event Notice), Alcohol Sales Permission form, numerous Questions and Answers details together with topical and relevant facts that currently effect all types of licensed retail premises.

The exam is a 40 question, multiple choice question paper taken from memory and starts immediately after the course about 1630/1645 with 28/40 needed to pass and lasts for 40 minutes . Course delegates are free to leave as soon as they have finished and the result will be telephoned to them within 4 working days. The actual Certificate will follow within 3 weeks of the date of taking the exam. It is expected that delegates can contact their respective Licensing Authority in the interim period to obtain the necessary 5 page application form for a Personal Licence and 3 page Disclosure and Declaration of Convictions forms together with instructions for its completion so as to be ready when the Certificate arrives.

Identification is needed for the exam and a passport or current driving licence is easiest. Delegates need to bring one or the other with them on the day.

APLH CELLAR MANAGEMENT COURSE
£25.00 plus VAT
9.00am to 5.30pm
Wednesday 14th November 2018

Please note that below courses are run by Envesca, if the candidate does not turn up on the day of the course YOU still get charged.

Highfield Level 2 Award in Fire Safety
£82.00 + VAT per person
(9.00am -4.30pm)
Thursday 25th October 2018

QA Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work
(1 Day course, name changed)
£82.00 + VAT per person
(9.00am -4.30pm)
Friday 19th October 2018

Highfield Level 2 Award in Health and Safety within the Workplace
£82.00 + VAT per person
(9.00am -4.30pm)
Friday 14th September 2018
Tuesday 27th November 2018

All the above courses are at Arkells Brewery and include a light lunch.

To book please email lesley@arkells.com or telephone: 01793 833961