Book your place now on the next stocktaker training course run by the only qualifying body for stock auditors in the Licensed Trade, ILTSA (The Institute of Licensed Trade Stock Auditors).
Taking place between the 18th and 20th October, the ILTSA stocktaker 3-day stocktaker training course is the industry recognised essential training for those in the industry or considering taking up the profession.
For all levels, no previous experience required
Whatever your current experience in the profession, nothing is taken for granted on our Intensive Stock Auditor course, as it takes you from the basics to advanced stocktaking.
Of course, it is impossible to create stocktakers over a three-day period, but the lecturers will give everybody present a very good grounding of the profession, which will give them the stepping stone upon which to develop their own business or seek employment.
Three day intensive course
The 3-day course takes place at the popular Shireburn Arms Hotel in Clitheroe, Lancashire, which offers quality, comfortable training rooms and accommodation.
The course lecturers are all qualified and very experienced stock auditors that will provide not only a strong grounding in the theory but practical knowledge based on years in the profession.
The course itself covers everything you will need including:
- Theory of stocktaking
- Practical stocktaking
- Goods Inwards
- Allowances / Adjustments
- Auxiliary stock control
- Cellar control systems
- Food stocktaking
- Changeover valuations
Take a closer look at the course syllabus»
What past delegates say about the stocktaker training course
The course has been well received by delegates over many years with comments includuing:
The course was very comprehensive and I found the lecturers to be extremely dedicated, knowledgeable and helpful.
I found the course to be an excellent learning experience. The course content was varied, interactive, and covered more areas than I imagined, I would not hesitate in recommending it to my colleagues.
Well constructed and followed a logical progression throughout. The lecturers obviously all knew their subject well and were helpful, patient and friendly both during the lectures and socially.