eLearning
ALPS

ALPS is aimed at bar and counter staff working in licensed premises. The course provides an understanding of the responsibility to sell alcohol lawfully and responsibly. It explains the basics of licensing law – which licences are required to sell alcohol; which activities are licensable and what the licensing objectives are. The course focuses on the importance of responsible retailing and not selling alcohol to under age customers or to people who are drunk.

• The licensing objectives
• The definition of alcohol & the Licensing Act 2003
• Authorising staff to make alcohol sales
• Recognising the signs of alcohol over-consumption
• Best practice in resolving conflict

Course details

Duration: 1-2 hours

Course type: eLearning

candidates: 1 per licence

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*Workshops and courses are priced per person and can be booked for up to 6 candidates to attend, subject to social distancing requirements. Prices include the appropriate examination fee only, course books or booklets are additional. A 5% discount is applied if five or more courses are booked in a bundle.

eLearning is purchased on an individual cost per licence basis and one licence is needed per candidate that you require to be trained. Licences can be pre purchased in bundles and the number of licences that are purchased in a bundle determines the cost paid per licence.