Check out our fantastic Black Friday offer and save money on your online APLH and SCPLH qualification to gain your personal licence.
As we head into one of the busiest times of the year for hospitality and retail operators now is a good time to look into reviewing your personal licence position holders. Many businesses have suffered challenges due to the current staffing shortages and you may be looking to appoint new personal licence holders for your operation.
Our fully online Award for Personal Licence Holders and Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders course and qualifications have helped thousands of people gain their personal licence right across the UK and now is a great time to book as our Black Friday 2022 offer means you get the best deal on your personal licence qualification.
Black Friday Offer
For Black Friday we are offering our online PLH qualification for just £95+VAT for a limited time. This offer will allow operators to purchase the full training course at this discounted price throughout November, giving learners the opportunity to complete the online training and sit their exam before the end of the year.
If you’re new to personal licence training, check out the quick-fire FAQs we get all the time below to help get you started on your qualification journey.
How long does the personal licence course take?
The great thing about the online personal licence course is that you can fit your training around your schedule. The course content itself will take around 4-5 hours to complete and is followed by a remote examination that takes around 30 minutes to complete after you’ve set up.
How does the online personal licence qualification work?
The online personal licence qualification allows you to complete the course material online from your computer or electronic device – you decide when and where. And your online invigilation can be conducted at your chosen date and time from an isolated area where you have access to a computer with a webcam.
Who should take a personal licence course?
There are lots of members of your team that could benefit from holding a personal licence, and in fact it can be beneficial to have more than one personal licence holder in case yours leaves the company at short notice.
Some examples might include your Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) or Designated Premises Manager (DPM), managers, assistant managers, supervisors or any team member seeking promotion to one of these positions.
Find out everything else you need to know by reading our online personal licence blog.
What qualification do you need to sell alcohol online?
Lots of our personal licence delegates enquire about the licensing requirements of selling alcohol online. As well as a personal licence you will also need a premises licence for the commercial property where the handling and dispatch of alcohol is taking place.