Scottish Personal Licence

Scottish Licensing Qualification

If you are looking to gain your Scottish Personal Licence then we can help you achieve your goal. In Scotland, a personal liquor licence is required to sell or authorise sales of alcohol under a premise licence or temporary permission.

The SQA approved licensing qualification is known as the Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders (SCPLH) level 6 and is accredited by all Licensing Boards in Scotland.

This licensing qualification will allow you to apply to your local Scottish Licensing Board for your Personal Licence. You will also need to make a licence application to your Board, or we can undertake this process for you if you choose our Full Licence option when booking your course with us.

The Training Course

This is a full days training course based on the Scottish Licensing Act 2005 the course is held between the hour of 9 am and 5 pm at one of our quality training locations.

The training course will cover everything you need to know to pass your multiple choice examination at the end of the training day.

You will be asked to take a short test after your course to demonstrate you have gained a basic knowledge and understanding of the Licensing Act for Scotland. The pass mark is 70%.

Certification is awarded by BIIAB (Scotland).

Find A Course

We hold training courses for this BIIAB accredited liquor licence qualification throughout Scotland at various locations including, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, Ayr and Inverness.

 

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