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The new 2014 TABC Certification course takes about two hours. You can take it at once or you can spread it out over multiple sessions. There is no six-hour time limit, as with other TABC courses. Enroll now and you will get your printable TABC Certificate as soon as you pass the exam.
If your job requires you to serve food as well as alcohol, Learn2Serve now has a TABC Certification + Texas Food Handler Certification package for a discounted price. Why not get both at once and save money?
Please review the packages below for your options.
This course covers food safety issues, regulations, and techniques…
This course covers food safety issues, regulations, and techniques to maintain a food-safe environment. It will help you to better understand how handling food correctly is not only the law, but it improves safety and lowers cost as well.
Texas Administrative CodeTitle 25, Part 1, Chapter 229, Subchapter KRULE Â§229.178 (d)(2) Certificate reciprocity. Department accredited food handler program issued certificates shall be recognized statewide by regulatory authorities as the valid proof of successful completion of a department accredited food handler program.
After you complete your course, you can log in to your account to print your TABC Certificate any time you need it. You or your employer may also get proof of certification through the TABC Certificate Inquiry page.
Whether you are already working in the food and beverage industry or you are considering a new career, obtaining a TABC certificate will open doors of opportunity. Being TABC certified gives you an edge and makes you more attractive to employers. It tells the world that you are equipped with the knowledge and skills to do a good job.
The Learn2Serve TABC training gives you an extensive understanding of the various aspects of alcohol sales and service. For instance, you will learn how to recognize the effects of alcohol on your customers. You will also learn how to keep your customers from getting intoxicated. In addition, you will learn how to protect yourself and your place of business from liability, how to refuse a sale to someone (without confrontation), and how to handle other alcohol-related situations. You’ll also learn how to accurately check IDs and identify the telltale signs of a fake ID.
All you need to get started is a computer with an Internet connection. And, as always, all of Learn2Serve’s food and beverage course come with a low-price guarantee, so you know you won’t find the same course for less anywhere.
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