Drugs Awareness

Drugs Awareness aims to provide learners with a general awareness of drugs and prepare those working on licensed premises for handling situations of drug dealing and use. The course shows users what class A, B and C drugs look like, their effects, and outlines the penalties that can occur through their unlawful possession and use on licensed premises.



You will be able to...

  • Define drugs and outline drugs legislation
  • Give examples of each of the three drugs classifications
  • List the most common drugs used on licensed premises and their effects
  • Identify the correct pub category of a premises and the level of risk associated with that category
  • Explain the impact of drugs on licensed premises
  • Assess the risk of drug use on the premises and implement an anti-drugs policy
  • Identify drugs litter, recent drug use and drug dealing on premises



Duration: 60 minutes.

Valid:  Up to 1 year after purchase.

Assessment: Upon completion of the course, learners will complete an end of learning assessment consisting of 20 questions. 70% of the questions will need to be answered correctly in order to pass and receive a certificate.

Endorsement(s): Institute of Hospitality and BIIAB.

Accreditation: CPD awarding body.