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Alcohol-Seller-Certification
Alabama

Online Alabama Alcohol Seller and Server Certification

Learn2Serve makes obtaining your alcohol seller certification simple and hassle free. Click to enroll, complete the course and print your certificate.
Why Choose Learn2Serve?
  • Recognized – by major employers, insurance firms and enforcement.
  • Trusted – by over 500,000 sellers and servers from the industry.
  • Interactive – you may actually enjoy learning our engaging material.
  • Customer Support – online chat and toll free phone support.
Your Enrollment Fee Includes:
  • Access to the online course and exam.
  • Toll free customer support.
  • Official, printable certificate of completion.
 
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  • Tobacco Seller

    Tobacco Seller

    Tobacco Seller

    This course introduces the world of tobacco laws and regulation. Throughout this course, United States federal laws concerning the sale of tobacco and tobacco-related products will be discussed.

    In the United States, the "Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act," also known as the "Tobacco Control Act," governs the ways in which tobacco products may be sold and distributed to consumers. This course-and the Tobacco Control Act-focuses primarily on keeping tobacco and tobacco-related products out of the hands of children (by law, defined as anyone under the age of 18 years old). These restrictions involve numerous regulatory and advertising standards, as well as strict laws regarding the advertising and promotion of cigarettes and other tobacco-containing products.

    This course also explains the significant health risks to smokers and others who use tobacco products, and seeks to minimize the damage done to the youngest generations by helping them choose to avoid becoming smokers or tobacco users.

    Duration: 2 hrs.
    Price: $9.95
    No. of Users:
    This course introduces the world of tobacco laws and regulation. Throughout this course, United States…
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    Online Package
    Hours: 2
    $9.95
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* Indicates course duration. This course is not for credit hours.

State Requirements

The Responsible Vendor Program (RVP) was implemented by the Alabama ABC Board in October, 1990. The program requires the training of all employees involved in the management, sale, or service of alcoholic beverages. Training includes Alabama law regarding the sale or service of alcohol, practical techniques for determining if the customer is of legal age, civil and criminal penalties, and techniques for reducing the risk inherent in the sale/service of alcohol. Licensees who voluntarily join the program are required to establish policies ensuring legal and responsible sales and service, and to train employees in these policies. For most licensees, participation in the program is voluntary. However, Alabama law requires mandatory participation for on-premises licensees who hold a retail restaurant license (020 license type), and who wish to hire 19- and 20- year old servers and allow those servers to deliver alcohol to customer tables. Otherwise, persons under the age of 21 are prohibited from delivering the alcohol to customer tables Benefits of participating in the program include:
  • Protection of the beverage license in the event that a trained employee sells/serves an underage customer without the knowledge, consent, or participation of the owner.
  • Reducing the risk of dram shop lawsuits by effectively training employees.
  • Broadening the hiring base for retail restaurant licensees.
  • Improving the business relationship with local communities by preventing problem situations that can lead to fines and bad press.
  • Making communities safer by refusing sales and service to underage and intoxicated customers.
For more information please click the link to the Alabama Responsible Vendor Act