Licence Controller Qualification

This is an open entry course designed for those working in, or intending to work in the hospitality industry.  In order to apply for a General or Club Manager’s Certificate you are required to hold the unit standards that make up the LCQ.

LCQ stands for Licence Controller Qualification. It is a certificate issued by the local council that you have the knowledge of the NZ Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act (2012). It also attests that you have the host responsibility skills for the role and allows you to be a manager of a licensed premise.

Our programme will get you familiar with the conditions needed to achieve the NZQA unit standards 4646 or 16705 so you can appropriately apply for an LCQ certificate.

PROGRAMME CONTENT INCLUDES:

  • Unit 4646 – Demonstrate knowledge of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 and its implications for licensed premises.
  • Unit 16705 – Demonstrate knowledge of Host Responsibility requirements as a duty manager of licensed premises

QUALIFICATIONS AVAILABLE:

ENTRY CRITERIA:

  • Students must be over the age of 18 due to NZ liquor licensing laws

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LENGTH

SCHEDULE

Usually two Mondays from 5pm-8pm. This programme is arranged so that participants in full time work can attend in the evening. This programme can be run at times to suit the industry and participants if there is sufficient interest.

VENUE

They are usually held at the Whangarei Campus but if there is sufficient interest other venues will be considered.

PROGRAMME FEES:

$200 GST inclusive. Payment due in full prior to the programme. Price negotiable for groups, corporate discounts available - please enquire.

START DATES

Start dates are depending on numbers so contact us for more information!

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