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Cambridge City Council is accredited with the British Innkeeping Institute Awarding Body (BIIAB) to award the Level 1 Award for Responsible Alcohol Retailing (ARAR).
The ARAR meets an industry-wide need to demonstrate commitment to responsible alcohol retailing by covering topics that include:
- The nature of alcohol and the effect it has on the human body
- The main points of the Licensing Act 2003 as they relate to alcohol retailers and servers
- Licensing law and the protection of children from harm
- The social responsibilities associated with the retail sale of alcohol
- How to recognise drunkenness, and an inidivudla's duty not to serve drunk customers
- How licensed premises can help to prevent or eliminate alcohol-related crime and conflict
- The importance of personal safety
This course is aimed at front-of-house staff who are involved in the sale of alcohol on a day-to-day basis. Individuals wishing to gain a deeper understanding of licensing law and the application process should consider the BIIAB Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders that we also offer.
Our accredited licensing courses are delivered by trainers who have acheieved the Level 3 Award in Education and Training as well as the Institute of Licensing's Professional Licensing Practitioners' Qualification.
This course is delivered in a half day session followed by a short multiple-choice exam. A comprehensive handbook, presented in an easy-to-follow format, supports the qualification and covers all the information required to complete the exam. The exam has two parts:
- Section one: 3 questions - pass mark 100% (3 out of 3)
- Section two: 22 questions - pass mark 64% (14 out of 22)
The ARAR is accredited on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) at Level 1 and has a credit value of 1. The accreditation number is 500/77442.
Course fee: £55.00, includes the following:
- Training course provided by experienced Licensing Officers
- Registration/examination fees
- Course workbook
Re-sits of the examination will be charged at £20.00.
Are there are any entry requirements?
Whilst there are no formal entry requirements learners will need to have a good understanding of English and maths. If English is not your first language then please contact us to discuss what support we may be able to offer.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Yes. You will need to bring one of the following to the training course in order to sit the examination:
- Signed valid passport (any nationality)
- Signed UK paper driving licence
- Signed UK photo card driving licence
- Valid EU photo identity card
- Valid UK firearms licence with photograph
- Security Licence issued by the Security Industry Authority (SIA)
- ID/Warrant/Prison Service card issued by HM Forces, Police, Prison Service (must be current and valid)
- Proof of Age Standards Scheme (PASS) Card (MUST have PASS hologram on card)
We will be asking for proof of ID at the beginning of the training course.
If you are unable to bring any of the above then please contact the Council and we will advise you of other items you can bring.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Due to the temporary closing of our offices on Regent Street from mid-June courses from and including the 30th June 2016 will take place at the Mill Road Depot, unless otherwise stated in the confirmation letter.
Regrettably we are unable to provide parking on site at the Mill Road Depot. The nearest car park is:
- Queen Anne, Gonville Place, Cambridge CB1 1ND
Alternatively we have several Park & Ride sites around Cambridge:
- Babraham Road CB22 3AB
- Madingley Road CB3 0EX
- Milton CB24 6DQ
- Newmarket Road CB5 8AA
- Trumpington Road CB2 9FT
There are frequent bus services from all sites during the day; please see: http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/info/20149/park_and_ride for further information.
Please note all Park & Ride sites now charge £1 parking for the day.
Ample cycle parking will be available on site.
Citi 1, 3, 7 and 8 all run from Cambridge Rail Station to Cambridge city centre.
Cit 2 runs from Addenbrookes Hospital to the city centre via Mill Road.
For further information please visit the County Council website at: http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/info/20017/buses.
Cambridge railway station is about a 10 minute walk from the Mill Road Depot.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes. A person who is unable to attend may find someone else to substitute for them, but please be aware that no refund will be made to the original applicant.
What happens after I make an order?
One of the licensing officers will send you a confirmation letter together with instructions for the day and a map to the training venue. We aim to send this letter out within 7 working days of receiving your order.
What is the refund policy?
No refunds will be given for cancellations made by the student within 14 days of the start of the course.
A full refund of the course booking fee will be given if the cancellation is made by Cambridge City Council.
Are group discounts available?
Yes, please contact us using the details below to discuss group bookings further.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
By phone: (01223) 457890.