AUASP (Award for Underage Sales Prevention)

The Award for Underage Sales Prevention (AUASP) course focuses on the prevention of unlawful sales in age-restricted products. The course covers a series of important topics such as what age-restricted products are, refusing service to those underage and the penalties that can be incurred if sales staff are guilty of unlawful supply.

Course details

Duration: 1-2 hours

Course type: eLearning

Number of candidates: 1 per licence

Learning outcomes

  • Understand why the law restricts the sale of certain products
  • Recognize age-restricted products
  • How to refuse sales to underage persons
  • How to refuse sales to those intoxicated by alcohol
  • Record keeping techniques
  • State categories of age restrictions and categories of harm in relation to age restricted products
  • Outline the law regarding the sale of alcohol, including the penalties for selling alcohol to children
  • Recognise other age-restricted products, the restrictions placed on them and the penalties for failing to follow the law
  • Use effective communication to ask for proof of age and refuse service when necessary
  • Recognise acceptable proof of age
  • Deal appropriately with threatening or abusive behaviour, including seeking support from colleagues or the police, if necessary

Who needs this qualification?

This course is aimed at bar and counter staff working in licensed premises.

Why is this training important?

This award will aim to prevent unlawful sales in age-restricted products.

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 as part of one of our bundles. To view our bundles visit our Training page.