Wed, 01 Feb|
Administering the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012
Comprehensive on line training on the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. Ideal as an induction to introduce new DLC members, or for those looking to cement their existing knowledge in the often complex work of District Licensing Committees.
Time & Location
01 Feb, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
About the Event
Presented by Karyn South from the Crown Solicitor's Office in Christchurch (Raymond Donnelly. Karyn has taken a leading role at a national level in the area of alcohol licensing and was counsel in the two most recent major case law developments, Two Brothers and Nekita. She is a highly experienced litigator having worked as a Crown Prosecutor for 15 years. These webinars are relevant for new DLC members, current members and secretaries who wish to refresh or cement their knowledge. Attending as a group where Issues can be discussed with fellow DLC members Is encouraged.
DLCs exercise an important role in their communities. These workshops provide an opportunity to up-skill in a supportive environment and to share and learn with peers and colleagues.
Communities deserve consistency and excellence in decisions made by their DLCs. The integrity of the system also requires this. This one-day workshop will highlight important aspects of the DLC's roles and functions including:
- Key provisions of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012
- Roles and responsibilities
- Hearing management
- A practical session including how to manage difficult hearing situations.
Te Whatu Ora is funding these workshops as part of its alcohol-specific functions which include giving advice and making recommendations on the sale, supply, and consumption of alcohol, its misuse, and resultant harms.
This training will not be recorded.
1 hour 15 minutes
Topic 1: The Act
Topic 2: Roles and Responsibilities
This training is for DLC members, DLC secretaries and other support staff.