Alcohol Server Training March 1, 2018
Alcohol Server Training
Both Level 1 (Off-Premises/Special Events Servers) and Level 2 (Professional Servers) Training in One Session
Complete California Alcoholic Beverage Control recommended content and best practices
- Laws, Regulations, Compliance, Enforcement
- Key knowledge required for all servers
- Identifying underage patrons
- Recognizing valid and invalid ID
- Recognizing and dealing with obviously intoxicated patrons
- DUI laws, penalties, and how to help your patrons not drink and drive
- Physiological effects of alcohol and alcohol-drug interactions
- Ensuring compliance with standards for properly maintaining licensed premises
- Plus practical strategies for addressing on-the-floor alcoholic beverage service issues
On line supplemental and review information available
Thursday, March 1
Los Angeles Yacht Club
285 Whalers Walk, Waterfront
9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Pre-registration Visit San Pedro Member $10 Non-Member $15
On-site Visit San Pedro Member $15 Non-Member $20 (space available only)
California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) listed*
The State of California does not require alcohol server training, but the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) strongly recommends all servers complete a training program. Additionally, some insurers require employees of licensed premises who serve alcohol to complete a training program, as do some employers.
*California ABC does not evaluate, approve, recommend, or endorse curricula or programs. It lists programs that have agreed to include some or all of ABC’s recommended content and best training practices.
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