Learn how to manage and supervise premises where alcohol is supplied or sold to the general public.
Management of Licenced Premises (MLP) 2 has been developed to assist WA Licensees and Unrestricted Approved Managers to demonstrate their compliance with the Liquor Control Act 1988 (‘the Act’). It is approved by the WA Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries as an official course for licensees and unrestricted Approved Managers in Western Australia.
This comprehensive course is intended for those who operate licensed premises such as bars, taverns, pubs, nightclubs, hotels, restaurants, special events, liquor stores, etc.
This training provides you, as a licensee or approved manager, with important skills and knowledge about the State’s liquor laws; alcohol and the effects of excessive alcohol intake; how to refuse service and your responsibilities within the Act.
Successful completion of this course and its pre-requisite, Management of Licensed Premises (MLP) 1, leads to the 52863WA Course in Management of Licensed Premises. To find out more about this and your wider obligations and requirements under the Act, please visit the Department’s website.
Please note, this course is only applicable in Western Australia. Each state and territory in Australia has its own unique MLP certificate.
This is an online course which will take approximately 6 hours to complete, following which you will have to complete online and verbal assessments.
Upon enrolling, you will have access to the course for 90 days. Within this time, you must successfully complete:
If you have not successfully completed all above components within 90 days of enrolment, you will be required to re-enrol in the course.
Upon successful completion of all learning and assessments for this course, you will receive a statement of attainment for the following Nationally Recognised Unit of Competency:
MLPLCA002 Manage premises for the sale, supply and service of liquor
This course requires you to complete online learning followed by written assessments and a verbal assessment.
The verbal assessment is carried out with the Assessor over video conference. It will take about 15 minutes and must be completed within 30 days of completing the online learning component.
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