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Alcohol-Seller-Certification
Alaska

Alaska Alcohol Seller/Server

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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Bundles

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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  • 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
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    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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Free Courses

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  • ID Checkpoint

    ID Checkpoint

    Sometimes it can be difficult to tell how old someone is by how he or she looks. In this course, you will learn many ways to tell how old someone is not just by looking at them, but also by recognizing fake forms of identification.

    Hours: 0.0
    Price: $0.00
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    Sometimes it can be difficult to tell how old someone is by how he or…
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* Indicates course duration. This course is not for credit hours.

State Requirements

The State of Alaska Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (ABC) is the liquor authority in charge of monitoring and imposing rules on the sales and service of alcoholic beverages in the said jurisdiction. It mandates all servers, supervisors and security persons involved directly in the sales and service of alcoholic beverages to receive the approved alcohol server training within a month of employment date.

Individuals must renew their alcohol server training certification every three years. Liquor license holders are allowed to sell and deliver alcoholic beverages on licensed premises only and should keep proof of their certification while working.

Only individuals aged 21 and above can apply for a license from the ABC. Employees who are not licensed to sell or serve alcohols, such as minors, can only dispose unconsumed alcoholic beverages left at their places of work. They cannot engage in the sales and delivery of alcoholic beverages; otherwise, the establishment could lose its business permit.

Alaska doesn’t offer reciprocity for licensees who have obtained their certifications elsewhere. Learn2Serve.com’s courses are approved by the ABC and cover everything you need to know in selling alcohol beverages both on-premises and off-premises, and provide you the necessary knowledge to protect yourself from liabilities concerning the sales and delivery of alcoholic beverages.

On a side note:
Alaska has “dry” communities where alcohol sales, service and importation are restricted, as ordained by a local option election. The sales, possession and delivery of alcohol in such locations are, needless to say, prohibited. The ABC keeps a list of these communities on its website, should you need to check on them.

For further information, visit the Alaska ABC’s main website.