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Alcohol-Seller-Certification
OLCC Permit Oregon

Oregon Alcohol Seller/Server – OLCC Permit

The fastest way to get training for your OLCC service permit. Course meets all Oregon OLCC Alcohol Server Education requirements. Perfect for Bartenders, Servers, and Food Service Managers.

Our course delivers the education you need to get certified with the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. As an early pioneer of web-based alcohol certification training, our programs have been used in Oregon and nationwide to train , thousands of employees. We’ve helped shaped the online alcohol safety training industry and continue to lead the way with approved courses that allow students to train online on their own schedule.

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With our bundled courses, you’ll be on your way to achieving your career goals with a proven learning experience that was built to meet your training and certification needs. Take the guesswork out of creating a curriculum by selecting a coursework bundle that was created specifically to meet your needs and interests.

Individual Courses

You may also customize your learning experience by selecting courses individually. With a huge library of industry-focused courses to choose from, you’ll have no problem creating the training program that suits your needs. Check with your state to make sure you’re meeting the requirements you need as you select courses that match your needs and interests.

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Responsible alcohol serving starts with the OLCC service permit.

  • Select your course and click Enroll button.
  • Complete the course and take the test.

OLCC License History

In 1985, following initiatives by the state’s restaurant association, Oregon legislated that all owners and employees of licensed businesses that serve alcohol for on-premise consumption must undergo mandatory server education. Oregon was the first state in the country to require alcohol safety training. The current law requires alcohol servers take and pass a course in responsible alcohol service every 5 years.

Following the tradition set by the State of Oregon when it pioneered mandatory training for all alcohol servers, learn2Serve.com’s online Alcohol Server Education provides the instruction that alcohol servers need to obtain their Oregon alcohol service permit.

OLCC Alcohol Service Permit Facts

Server education ensures that anyone serving alcohol does so safely and responsibly. Oregon server education covers 4 major areas:

  • Oregon alcohol sale and service laws, including drunk-driving statutes
  • Alcohol’s effects on the body and behavior, and alcohol interaction with other substances, including drugs
  • Intervention methods for dealing with intoxicated or underage customers
  • Responsible advertising, marketing, and management procedures

At the end of the course, there is a 50-question multiple-choice exam. The passing mark is 70%. Although, most students pass the exam the first time around, those who fail are allowed to retake it twice before they are required to re-register and take the course again.

After completing the course you have 45 days to apply for your OLCC service permit. To obtain a permit, attach your Certificate of Completion to the permit application
( http://www.oregon.gov/OLCC/service_permits.shtml#Application_And_Instructions).

For details regarding the OLCC permitting process visit the OLCC website.

Obtaining Your OLCC Alcohol Server’s Permit

The State of Oregon seems quiet and isolated from American media, except for the occasional pop culture references to its independent music scene and political climate. But Oregon is, in fact, making some buzz in another area—its liquor industry. Oregon takes pride in its craft beer distillery industry, which generates about $53 million in sales annually and influences a healthy beer-drinking and mixology culture in the state. How does the state keep everyone in good spirits?

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) is the government body that regulates the alcoholic beverage sales and service in the state of Oregon. The OLCC has been established back in the 1930s to uphold the highest standards for alcohol sales. In line with its mission, the OLCC requires all alcohol sellers, servers, and merchants to acquire an OLCC permit or OLCC card which will allow them to perform activities relating to the sales and service of alcoholic beverages legally.

Learn2Serve offers individual courses to satisfy your employer’s and the state of Oregon’s requirements for alcohol seller and server training. Learn2Serve’s Oregon On-Premises alcohol server/seller training provides workers (e.g. bartenders, staff, bar owners and managers and mixologists) with the necessary knowledge and skills in selling and serving alcohol responsibly, in complying with state rules and regulations, and in ensuring the safety of customers and the general public.

The Oregon liquor license validity extends up to only five years from the date of alcohol server training. This applies to all persons who’ve obtained their permit after January 1, 2010. Only individuals who have taken an alcohol server education class within the past 7 years are eligible to renew their permit and take a renewal class. You can determine your eligibility by directly consulting with the OLCC. Call the OLCC’s hotline 503-872-5114 or 800-452-6522 ext. 5114 before signing up for a renewal class.

Be part of Oregon’s lively liquor scene. Get in touch with our Customer Service representatives to know more about our course offerings.

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