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Liquor Licence Controller Qualification - Gore

Qualification: Short Course
Level: 4
Dates:

2020 

22 & 25 June 2020

10 & 13 August 2020

21 & 24 September 2020

16 & 19 November 2020

Duration:

2 days, 9.00am-5.00pm

Location: Gore
Credits: 5

This programme contains the two unit standards required to apply for the Liquor Licence Controller Qualification.  It is designed to assess the knowledge of people studying in this area who are responsible for liquor sales and service in the hospitality industry, and also for those requiring the knowledge and implications of the terms and conditions of the Sale of Liquor Act 1989 and the Sale of Liquor Amendment Act 1999.

It also helps people to be able to demonstrate knowledge of alcohol and intoxication, and the responsibilities and requirements for alcohol service in a licensed commercial environment.

US4646 - Demonstrate knowledge of the Sale of Liquor Act 1989 and its implications for licensed premises (Level 4, Credits 2)

People credited with this unit standard are able to demonstrate knowledge of the Sale of Liquor Act 1989 and implications for the operation of licensed premises.

 

US16705 - Demonstrate knowledge of host responsibility requirements as a duty manager of licensed premises (Level 4, Credits 3)

People credited with this unit standard are able, as a duty manager, to demonstrate knowledge of:

  • Alcohol and intoxication in licensed premises.
  • The responsibilities and requirements for alcohol service in licensed premises.
  • Maintenance of a safe drinking environment.

Please note this programme is not Government funded and the Zero Fees Scheme does not apply.  Cost is $250 (incl GST) which will be invoiced to you on enrolment. Fees must be paid before you commence the programme.

This is an open entry programme for students aged 16 years and older.

All enquiries to:

Margie Halford or Cheryl Muir

SIT Gore Campus

Phone: (03) 208 9833

margie.halford@sit.ac.nz

cheryl.muir@sit.ac.nz

NB: All LCQ courses are delivered subject to sufficient enrolments.

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