Training Courses  

Trust Inns is dedicated to providing the highest quality of training to its business partners.  Whether you’re new to the industry or an experienced licensee we have a training solution to suit you.

Existing and New Licensee

Face to Face

These courses are provided free of charge within the first 12 months to the person that signs the agreement (a small charge is made for additional places) .  These courses are for one day and are held “off site”.

On Line Training (cpl online logo here)

Alternatively on line training may be more suitable for you.  This training is carried out on your pub premises on your own computer or laptop.  It is charged for by the training provider, but the cost covers you and your staff. (charges are shown on each course description).

New to the Industry

New Entrant Training (cpl online logo here)

If you are new to the pub industry, or have never run your own pub before, then you will need to apply for a personal licence.  This is a licence that authorises you to sell alcohol, or authorise other members of staff to sell alcohol from a licensed premises.

Training Dates 2018/19

Venues to be confirmed:

July 25th, 2018: Managing People
July 26th, 2018: Marketing
September 4th, 2018: Finance
September 5th, 2018: Cellar Management
October 16th, 2018: Marketing
October 17th, 2018: Social Media Workshop
November 27th, 2018: Managing People
November 28th, 2018: Health & Safety
February 6th, 2019: Finance
February 7th, 2019: Cellar Management
March 13th, 2019: Marketing
March 14th, 2019: Finance
April 9th, 2019: Health & Safety
April 10th, 2019: Social Media Workshop
May 14th, 2019: Managing People
May 15th, 2019: Marketing
June 19th, 2019: Finance
June 20th, 2019: Health & Safety
September 3rd, 2019: Managing People
September 4th, 2019: Cellar Management
September 5th, 2019: Marketing
October 15th, 2019: Finance
October 16th, 2019: Marketing
November 19th, 2019: Social Media Workshop
November 20th, 2019: Cellar Management
November 21st, 2019: Health & Safety

New to the industry

If you are new to the pub industry, or have never run your own pub before, then you will need to apply for a ‘personal licence.  This is a licence that authorises you to sell alcohol, or authorise other members of staff to sell alcohol from a licensed premises.