ESF Licenced Hospitality SSU 1
Licenced Hospitality Course – 2 weeks
This course is aimed at those who work or intend to work in a sector that involves the retail sale of alcohol. In accordance with the Licensing Act 2003, it is necessary to hold a personal licence holder qualification before applying for a personal licence to sell alcohol at licensed premises. It provides formal recognition of the learners’ knowledge and as it has no competence component, it is suitable for those who are not in work, for example individuals studying subjects in which the issue of alcohol sale is important. As the qualification is generic, it is relevant to any alcohol licensed premises including but not limited to pubs, clubs, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, off-licences, casinos, entertainment venues and leisure facilities.
The course also include 1 week Functional Skills – English Level 1 & Level 2 Award in Principles of Customer Service in Hospitality, Leisure, Travel & Tourism.
Candidates must be aged 18 and above to enrol onto this programme and should be able to demonstrate a good level of communication skills.
To qualify for this ESF funded course you must be able to provide one form of evidence from each section. Please see guidance
- Lectures 17
- Quizzes 0
- Age 18+
Common Security Industry Knowledge
Level 2 Award in Principles of Customer Service in Hospitality, Leisure, Travel & Tourism.