DG Training accepts ITA funding for many of THEIR COURSES AND TRAINING PACKAGES
What are Individual Training Accounts (ITAs)?
A Skills Development Scotland Individual Training Account (ITA) is money for you to put towards the costs of employability-focussed learning or training.
What can they be used for?
Eligible applicants could receive up to £200 towards a single training course. There are loads of course geared towards helping you get a job or progress in your career. Many of DG Training’s Courses and Training Packages are approved for ITA funding.
Who are They For?
You could be eligible for an ITA if you are:
- Aged 16 or over
- Living in Scotland
- Currently in, or actively seeking work
- Not undertaking training through the Employability Fund
- Not undertaking a Foundation, Modern or Graduate Level Apprenticeship
- Not participating in the Community Jobs Scotland programme
- In receipt of an income of £22,000 per year or less, or are on certain benefits
How to apply for an ITA with DG Training
- Click on the link
- Browse through our approved courses and packages to find one that is right for you
- Click on the Apply for Funding button
- Complete the online application form
- We will contact you with further details
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Guided Learning Hours
The course duration of 90 minutes is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions.
Form of Assessment
On successful completion of the learning, candidates can register to sit the Laser Learning Awards Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders exam which will be required to apply for their Personal Licence.
The examination will be delivered directly to the candidate via the internet and invigilated using screen sharing and web cam. There is a single examination for this certificate comprising of 40 multiple-choice questions. The duration of the examination is 60 minutes. Certificates will be awarded to those candidates who achieve 28 marks or more. Candidates who score 27 marks or below will be given the opportunity to re-sit the examination.
- Overview of Alcohol Licensing Law
- Promoting the Licensing Objectives
- Types of Licences and the Application Process
- Legal Duties of the Personal Licence Holder
- Roles, Responsibilities and Functions of Licensing Authorities
- Children and Licensing
- Age Verification
- Drinking Guidelines
- How to Avoid and Reduce Conflict
The SCPLH (Scotland) and APLH (England and Wales) are statutory training qualifications for individuals applying for a personal licence in Scotland, England and Wales. DG Training offer a number of personal licence courses for individuals working in the licensed trade including refresher and re-qualification training.