British Institue of Innkeeping Accreditation Board
National Certificate for Licensees (Drugs Awareness)
The Level 2 BIIAB National Certificate for Licensees (Drug Awareness) is nationally recognised qualification accredited by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority.
The qualification is designed for managers and licensees running licensed premises in England and Wales.
The qualification aims to raise awareness of the prevailing illegal drugs scene, give a basic knowledge and understanding of the law pertaining to the misuse and supply of controlled drugs on licensed premises and provide operational guidelines to help licensees or managers deal effectively with any drug related problems in their venues. It also provides guidance as to the development of policies and strategies to prevent such problems arising on licensed premises.
How is it assessed?
By a 30-minute multiple-choice examination which contains 25 questions. Candidates are required to answer 24 questions correctly to pass.
What does a candidate receive on passing the examination?
A certificate awarded by BIIAB which is recognised by the relevant authorities as evidence of the applicant's knowledge and understanding of the law pertaining to drug misuse and supply, and how to deal with drug related problems in licensed premises.
What support material is available?
A specially designed handbook, which contains all the material required for the examination, is available from BIIAB.
How long is the training course leading to the examination?
Approximately one day - although this may vary locally.
What is the content of the qualification?
On successful completion of the course candidates should be able to:
Who is this qualification suitable for?
New or existing licensees/managers
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