Individual training account (ITA)
Individual Training Account (ITA) can be used for the Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holder course (SCPLH) and a number of other REHIS Food Safety, Food Hygiene, Elementary Health & Safety.
The ITA account could be used to build the skills you need for a job, or training to take your career to the next level. There is a wide range of ITA approved courses on offer for whatever you want to do.
And because it’s not a loan you don’t have to pay it back.
If its what you are looking for – Search for ITC Training Academy SCPLH course ITA approved course and apply online:
Did You Know?
Those who are over 16 and living in Scotland with a salary of £22,000 or less are eligible to get up to £200 towards the cost of training & learning from Skills Development Scotland’s Individual Training Account (ITA) funding?
PERSONAL LICENCE COURSES
SCOTTISH CERTIFICATE FOR PERSONAL LICENCE (SCPLH)
The Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders at SCQF Level 6 (SCPLH) is the qualification needed to apply for a Personal Licence to sell alcohol in Scotland. The Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence course covers the Scottish Government syllabus which will ensure learners understand the law, regulation and responsibilities attached to the retail sale of alcohol.
SCPLH REFRESHER COURSE
All Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders have a mandatory requirement to refresh their SCPLH licensing qualification every 5 years.
LICENCED PREMISES STAFF TRAINING (SCLPS)
Under the Licencing Act (Scotland) 2005, all staff working in licenced premises in Scotland must undertake a minimum of two hours of training. This course is available for groups of 8-15 employees & can be provided at the ITC Training Academy or in the workplace.
ITC Training Academy is a single source of training and education for Scotland’s Hospitality and Tourism Industry. ITC Training Academy have a range of hospitality training solutions to help your staff develop and your business grow, many of these training options are classed as ITA courses and are eligible for funding by Skills Development Scotland’s through their Individual Training Account scheme.