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Award in Responsible Alcohol Retailing (ARAR)

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Introduction

The BIIAB Level 1 Award in Responsible Alcohol Retailing has been developed to meet industry-wide training requirements to demonstrate commitment to responsible alcohol retailing. This qualification provides essential knowledge and understanding of the responsibilities of alcohol retailers authorised by a personal licence holder to sell alcohol. It will enable those who complete the qualification to act within the law to support the designated premises supervisor to retail alcohol responsibly on their licensed premises.

Who is the course for?

The BIIAB Award in Responsible Alcohol Retailing is designed for anyone who works on licensed retail premises who is, or likely to be, involved in the sale of alcohol including bar staff, supermarket cashiers, waiters/waitresses, and licensed shop cashiers in any licensed premises where alcohol is sold. The ARAR is a great stepping stone for someone looking to complete a personal license course.

Course Content

  • The nature of alcohol and the effect that it has on the human body
  • The main issues in the 2003 Licensing Act as they relate to alcohol retailers and servers
  • Licensing law in relation to the protection of children from harm
  • The social responsibilities relating to the retail sale of alcohol
  • How to recognise drunkenness, and your duty not to serve drunk customers
  • Appropriate strategies that can be adopted to prevent or eliminate alcohol-related crime and conflict and the importance of personal safety

Assessment

The examination consists of 25 multiple-choice questions, three of which are compulsory. To pass the examination candidates must answer the three compulsory questions in section one correctly and 14 out of 22 in section two correctly.

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