Online LCQ Exam
The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 requires all licensed premises to have a certified Manager on duty at all times alcohol is available to be sold or supplied to the public.
Before applying for a Manager's Certificate, you are required to obtain the LCQ.
The LCQ is a valuable qualification for anyone working within licensed premises. Having a good understanding of the law and host responsibility is critical for the safe and responsible service of alcohol.
Complete this course and you will receive the formal LCQ certificate from ServiceIQ and have the Unit Standards registered on your Record of Achievement with NZQA.
This course consists of two NZQA Unit Standards:
Unit Standard 4646 v10:
Demonstrate knowledge of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 and its implications for licensed premises.
Unit Standard 16705 v6:
Demonstrate knowledge of Host Responsibility requirements as a Duty Manager of licensed premises.
The classroom option suits most people, regardless of their level of experience, and is available in a number of locations throughout the country. The benefit of this mode of delivery is that the course is conducted by a qualified specialist Tutor who is able to answer questions throughout the course and add context to the content of the course. We also run Zoom classrooms with the same benefits for those in locations where we don't run classes.
The class session a one-day short course. Once you have completed the course from the Training Bureau or one of our Partner Training Providers you will be provided instructions and an Enrolment Key to be able to take the assessment online through lcq.nz. You can then complete the assessment at any time that suits you. Please note your access will be for a limited time and must be completed before the expiry date to avoid additional fees.
Alternative assessment options can be arranged (in certain locations) - please contact your training provider to discuss, additional fees may apply.
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The correspondence option suits people who have some prior work experience in licensed premises and who like to study at their own pace. This option is available to learners anywhere in the country.
The correspondence course must be completed within six months of registration.
The course manual, resources, and workbook are posted to you to complete. Once you have completed the workbook it is returned to us for marking before you can take the assessment exam.
Once we have reviewed your workbook, and it has been completed to an acceptable degree, we return it to you with any feedback from the Tutor and provide you with Enrolment Key for you to access the online exam through lcq.nz. You can then complete the assessment at any time that suits you. Please note your access will be for a limited time and must be completed before the expiry date to avoid additional fees.
Alternative assessment options can be arranged (in certain locations) - please contact the Training Bureau to discuss, additional fees may apply.