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TABC Certification - Alcohol Seller Server Course

TABC Seller CertificationSome states require alcohol seller/server certification to ensure that employees understand liquor laws and act responsibly. This requires a short class approved by a liquor control board.

The course is focused on the issues surrounding responsible practices in selling and serving alcoholic beverages. This course is approximately 2 hours in length including the final certification quiz. Upon completion of the entire course and passing the final quiz, you will receive your Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Seller/Server Certification.

For a very reasonable fee, we also offer a separate, state-specific alcohol server certification course you can take online that will satisfy the requirements in most areas. If online course is taken, the certificate is mailed to your house and comes with unlimited toll-free support.

» TABC Seller Server - Classroom Schedule

» TABc Seller Server - Online Course (By clicking Take It!, you will be redirected to the Learn2serve website. As the provider of the course Learn2serve will ask personnally identifiable information required by the TABC and necessary to complete the course. Clicking Take It! will not charge you any fee, however you can refuse to be transferred to this website by choosing not to Take It!
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Why should I get this TABC Certification - Alcohol Seller Training?

Texas Law
Get your employees TABC Certified Now!Effective Sep 1, 2000: Anyone who sells, serves or delivers alcoholic beverages including persons who immediately manage, direct, supervise or control the sale or service of alcoholic beverages must be TABC Certified in order for the business to continue to receive "Safe Harbor" from fines and penalties related to employees actions. See Chap. 50-TABC for more info.

Protection From Fines
Section 106.14 of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code says that in the case of: "�sales, service, dispensing or deliver of an alcoholic beverage to an intoxicated person or a minor, action of an employee shall not be attributable to the employer if:"
1. The employer requires its employees to attend an approved seller-training program
2. The employee has actually attended and passed an approved program
3. The employer has not directly or indirectly encouraged the employee to violate such law

Lawsuit Liability
Over the past thirteen years a growing number of alcohol liability lawsuits in Texas that have been settled both in and out of court have included attempts to collect damages from alcohol licensees for everything from auto accidents, personal injury, property damage, pregnancy, STD's, rape and fights Your best defense is to ensure all of your employees are TABC Certified within 30 days of employment.


What will my employees gain from Alamo Training's TABC Certification course?
Our course work is designed to teach Texas law that will directly affect them as an alcohol server or seller. They learn that they are personally responsible and may be held liable if they sell or serve to minors or an intoxicated or impaired person. Topics include the following:

(1) The definition of intoxication.

(2) The law pertaining to intoxicated persons.

(3) The law pertaining to minors.

(4) The law pertaining to proper identification.

(5) How to detect intoxication.

(6) How to detect minors.

(7) How to detect improper identification.

(8) How to monitor customer behavior.

(9) How to use a chart showing the effects of alcohol based on: the size, type and number of drinks; body weight; the sex of the drinker; and the passage of time.

(10) The dangers of alcohol poisoning.

(11) Intervention pertaining to intoxication.

(12) Intervention pertaining to minors.

(13) Sanctions for employee violations.

(14) Any other topics identified by the commission as appropriate, giving due consideration to developments in the law, society, and the alcoholic beverage industry




 


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