License Controller Qualification
Enhance your hospitality career
Auckland: [8 - 9 Jul], [22 - 23 Jul], [5 - 6 Aug], [19 - 20 Aug], [2 - 3 Sep], [16 - 17 Sep], [30 Sep - 1 Oct], [14 - 15 Oct], [28 - 29 Oct], [11 - 12 Nov], [25 - 26 Nov], [9 - 10 Dec]
Duration: 2 days (Sat & Sun 9 am - 4 pm)
Christchurch*: Aug 28 - 1 Sep [Intake 1], Sep 9 - 10 [Intake 2]
*Timetable will be vary depending on intake dates
This Qualification is designed for students who wish to enhance their career in Hospitality. The hospitality Industry is one of the fastest growing areas of our economy. Hotels, specialty accommodation, bars, cafes, and restaurants are all keen to employ excellent, well-qualified people who are looking to make a career out of working in, managing, or owning a successful hospitality business.
Content & delivery
The LCQ covers two unit standards:
- 4646 - The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 and its implications for licensed premises
- 16705 - Host responsibility requirements as a duty manager of licensed premises
Core learning will be delivered using a face to face learning approach and you will be encouraged to engage with your fellow students and tutor in the class. You will be supported throughout the process by our great facilitators who are professionally qualified and have industry experience to share with you.
On completion of this programme
The Licence Controller Qualification (LCQ) is the prescribed qualification which is required to demonstrate that those applying for, or renewing, their Manager’s Certificate have received recent and relevant training as set out in the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. This is a nationally recognised qualification which was developed by ServicelQ, the Industry Training Organisation for New Zealand’s hospitality industry.
The District Licensing Committee (DLC), which is the Liquor Licensing division of your local City Council, requires all applicants applying for or renewing their Manager’s Certificate to hold this qualification.
To be eligible for admission into the programme, a candidate must have:
- Aged 18 years or over
- English at intermediate level or higher
- Fees - $300
How to apply
Complete Online application form or download Enrolment Form
Receive an OOP
Offer of Place will give advice on programme fees, insurance, date and methods of payment
Sign one copy of the Offer of Place and return it, with full payment of all fees, by the due date
When we receive your fees, we will send you an official fee receipt
Apply for visa
Once your student visa is approved, we will arrange your accommodation (if you wish) and airport pick-up
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