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Michigan Alcohol Seller-Server Training
Get trained on Michigan’s laws for serving and selling alcohol on-premises.
Lexington-Fayette Kentucky Alcohol Seller-Server Training
Sign up for training to learn the laws for safely serving alcohol on-premises.
Illinois BASSET Training
Sign up for Illinois-approved alcohol training to earn your BASSET certification.
Virginia Alcohol Seller-Server Training
Enroll now to understand the requirements for serving alcohol on-premises.
Washington D.C. On-Premises Alcohol Awareness Training
Sign up now to meet requirements for on-premises alcohol awareness training.
Bowling Green Kentucky Alcohol Seller-Server Training
Understand how to safely serve alcohol on-premises by enrolling in our course.
Arizona Title 4 Basic Training (Off-Premises)
Sign up for off-premises training today to meet your Title 4 Basic requirements.
Tennessee Responsible Wine Vendor
Learn about alcohol laws in Tennessee for wine vendors in our training course.
Tennessee Responsible Beer Vendor
Enroll in training to learn about alcohol laws in Tennessee for beer vendors.
Vermont Alcohol Server Awareness Program (ASAP)
Get your alcohol server awareness training to meet Vermont requirements.
Utah On-Premise Alcohol Seller-Server Training
Sign up for our alcohol training to comply with Utah on-premise server laws.
Arizona Title 4 Management Training (On-Premises)
Fulfill Arizona Title 4 requirements for alcohol training with our on-premises course
Learn to Serve Alcohol with Bartender Training
If you want to work as a bartender, you’re going to need training. However, there are two different types of training most people think of when they want to become a bartender.
1. Training at a Bartender School
The first type of training is provided by a bartender school. You’ll typically learn how to mix drinks, flip bottles in the air, and set up a bar. This training teaches you how to do the job of a bartender so that you can work successfully at a nightclub, bar, hotel, or country club.
2. Alcohol Seller-Server Training
The second type of bartender training is alcohol seller-server training. It’s generally required by most employers either before they will hire you or within 30 days of employment. This training teaches you the laws for safely selling and serving alcohol so that you can protect yourself and your employer from liability.
Additionally, most states have regulations requiring that you complete alcohol training. And if your state doesn’t have specific laws, they will usually offer some type of mitigating benefits to your employer in the event of a violation.
Once you complete your alcohol seller-server training, you can work as a bartender or server at any number of places, including restaurants, bars, hotels, private clubs, convenience stores, and grocery stores.
Alcohol Seller-Server Training from Learn2Serve®
At Learn2Serve® by 360training, we provide alcohol seller-server training. Best of all, our courses are completely online. This means you don’t need to sit in a classroom or wait for a class to open up.
You can enroll in our alcohol training and complete the course within a few hours. Or, if you’re busy, you can break up the training course into multiple sessions. Online courses give you the flexibility to complete your alcohol training on your schedule.
Select your state above to learn more about our online alcohol seller-server training courses!
Alcohol Seller Server State Guides
Better understand your states requirements for selling alcohol.
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
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