This is an sample of an actual APLH exam paper. The answers to the questions are at the end of the paper. BIIAB LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS
Specimen Examination Paper A
The specimen examination paper questions contained in this publication are representative of the type of questions used to assess candidates taking the BIIAB LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS examination.
Candidates are assessed by a 40 question, 40 minute, multiple choice examination. Candidates have to correctly answer 28 out of 40 questions to pass. The answers to each of these questions are shown on the last three pages. LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS
© BIIAB Specimen Examination 2 Paper A March 2008
1 If a personal licence holder is charged with a relevant offence, he must: A Give his licence to the court within 14 days
B Give his licence to the police within 21 days
C Notify the court of his personal licence
D Notify the local Pubwatch scheme
2 A personal licence holder must produce his licence for inspection when requested by: A A fire officer
B A local resident
C A police constable
D A traffic warden
3 What is the minimum age at which a person can legally be sold alcohol on licensed premises?
4 It is an offence to serve alcohol to a person who is:
A A local brewer
B A local Magistrate
5 Which alcoholic drinks may a 16 year old, accompanied by an adult, consume at a table meal on licensed premises?
A Beer, cider and spirits
B Beer, wine and cider
C Cider, spirits and wine
D Spirits, beer and wine
6 How many years will a personal licence be renewed for?
LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS
© BIIAB Specimen Examination 3 Paper A March 2008
7 A personal licence allows the holder to:
A Provide background music
B Provide large scale entertainment events
C Sell hot food and hot drinks late at night
D Sell or authorise the sale of alcohol
8 When can the police object to the renewal of a personal licence? A If the holder has not reduced crime at the premises
B If the holder has not been a suitable person to keep the licence C If the holder has been convicted of a relevant offence since the licence was issued D If there are too many personal licence holders working at the premises 9 What could happen if a personal licence holder is convicted of driving with excess alcohol in his body?
A He will have to re-train in basic licensing law
B His personal licence can be forfeited
C His personal licence will be valid for a shorter period
D The number of premises he can work in will be reduced
10 What is the maximum period of suspension for a personal licence? A 3 months
B 6 months
C 1 year
D 2 years
11 An application for a personal licence will be automatically rejected if: A The applicant has forfeited a personal licence in the last 5 years B The applicant has lived abroad in the last 5 years
C The applicant lives in rented accommodation
D The police object to the application
12 Who can object to the grant of a personal licence?
A A local business competitor
B A local resident
C The Chief Officer of Police
D The Chief Officer of the Fire Authority
13 If the grant of a personal licence is refused, the applicant has the right to appeal to the: A Appeal Court
B County Court
C High Court
D Magistrates' Court
LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS
© BIIAB Specimen Examination 4 Paper A March 2008
14 The purpose of a Statement of Licensing Policy is to show how: A Environmental Health will monitor the area for noise disturbance B Local hospitals will deal with drink related illnesses and injuries C The designated premises supervisors will be chosen for the area D The licensing authority will promote the licensing objectives 15 Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships have been set up to: A Increase customer service standards by reducing disorder
B Reduce crime and disorder...
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