Personal Licenses

A Personal Licence allows a person to sell alcohol, or authorise the sale of alcohol under the authority of a premises licence and will last for life unless surrendered, suspended or declared forfeit by the council or courts. Persons over the age of 18 may make an application for a Personal Licence to the local authority for where they are ordinarily resident. As a general guide this is usually the authority to whom they pay Council Tax.

Making a Personal Licence application for you or your staff can seem daunting, but with expert help on hand it can be straightforward. Our Personal Licence Holder (APLH) Training courses equip you with everything you need for a successful application including the required qualification. You simply pay a set fee to attend one of our approved courses (BIIAB Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders) and we complete your disclosure and licence application forms with you and submit your application.

If we can help with your Personal Licence application or your other training needs please contact us to discuss your requirements or call us on 01604 519333