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ADPS Award for Designated Premises Supervisors

ADPS – Award for Designated Premises Supervisors Level 3

The Licensing Act of 2003 created a new role for the licensing industry, that of the Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS). As well as the everyday tasks and concerns that the DPS will deal with as part of their role the course prepares them to satisfy the requirements outlined by the Licensing Act and also those of the police and other regulatory bodies involved in the industry. The course is essential to those persons named as DPS on a premises licence and will be of interest to Personal Licence holders seeking to improve their promotional prospects.

The DPS Course online is carried out with self study using the electronic version of the BIIAB handbook. Using the study criteria as outlined by the BIIAB, the learner will answer questions in relation to the course content. An exam will then be carried out remotely, when the learner is ready. Contact can be made with a tutor for any clarification or discussion.

What does the Designated Premises Supervisors course comprise of?

The course content covers the core roles and responsibilities of a DPS outlined in the Licensing Objectives and other peripheral issues including:

  • Promoting the Licensing Objectives
  • Health and Safety
  • Risk Assessment
  • Control of Nefarious Substance Use
  • Protection of Children
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Weights & Measures and Consumer Protection
  • Food Safety
  • Tobacco, smoking, solvents, videos and smuggled alcohol and tobacco
  • Consumption on or near the premises
  • Entertainments that are not 'licensable activities
  • Dealing with problems

Assessment: 50 Question multiple choice exam

Recommended training materials: BIIAB Level 3 Award for Designated Premises Supervisors

Qualification title: BIIAB Level 3 Award for Designated Premises Supervisors (QCF).

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If a course is required face to face with a tutor, please call to discuss. If the course is One to One, travel charges may be incurred.






What does the Designated Premises Supervisors course comprise of?

The course content covers the core roles and responsibilities of a DPS outlined in the Licensing Objectives and other peripheral issues including:






  • Promoting the Licensing Objectives
  • Health and Safety
  • Risk Assessment
  • Control of Nefarious Substance Use
  • Protection of Children
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Weights & Measures and Consumer Protection
  • Food Safety
  • Tobacco, smoking, solvents, videos and smuggled alcohol and tobacco
  • Consumption on or near the premises
  • Entertainments that are not 'licensable activities
  • Dealing with problems

Assessment: 50 Question multiple choice exam

Recommended training materials: BIIAB Level 3 Award for Designated Premises Supervisors

Qualification title: BIIAB Level 3 Award for Designated Premises Supervisors (QCF)

The DPS Course online is carried out with self study using the electronic version of the BIIAB handbook. Using the study criteria as outlined by the BIIAB, the learner will answer questions in relation to the course content. An exam will then be carried out remotely, when the learner is ready. Tuition will be carried out by a live Tutor via Teams or Zoom.


What does the Designated Premises Supervisors course comprise of?

The course content covers the core roles and responsibilities of a DPS outlined in the Licensing Objectives and other peripheral issues including:


  • Promoting the Licensing Objectives
  • Health and Safety
  • Risk Assessment
  • Control of Nefarious Substance Use
  • Protection of Children
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Weights & Measures and Consumer Protection
  • Food Safety
  • Tobacco, smoking, solvents, videos and smuggled alcohol and tobacco
  • Consumption on or near the premises
  • Entertainments that are not 'licensable activities
  • Dealing with problems

Assessment: 50 Question multiple choice exam

Recommended training materials: BIIAB Level 3 Award for Designated Premises Supervisors

Qualification title: BIIAB Level 3 Award for Designated Premises Supervisors (QCF)

The DPS Course online is carried out with self study using the electronic version of the BIIAB handbook. Using the study criteria as outlined by the BIIAB, the learner will answer questions in relation to the course content. An exam will then be carried out remotely, when the learner is ready. Contact can be made with a tutor for any clarification or discussion.


What does the Designated Premises Supervisors course comprise of?

The course content covers the core roles and responsibilities of a DPS outlined in the Licensing Objectives and other peripheral issues including:


  • Promoting the Licensing Objectives
  • Health and Safety
  • Risk Assessment
  • Control of Nefarious Substance Use
  • Protection of Children
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Weights & Measures and Consumer Protection
  • Food Safety
  • Tobacco, smoking, solvents, videos and smuggled alcohol and tobacco
  • Consumption on or near the premises
  • Entertainments that are not 'licensable activities
  • Dealing with problems

Assessment: 50 Question multiple choice exam

Recommended training materials: BIIAB Level 3 Award for Designated Premises Supervisors

Qualification title: BIIAB Level 3 Award for Designated Premises Supervisors (QCF).

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