What Does The Responsible Server Course Teach Me?
The Responsible Server Course teaches you how to serve alcohol responsibly. Topics in this course include: how to spot a fake ID, how to tell when someone is intoxicated, how to cut someone off when they've had too much to drink, and the legal responsibilities of a server as well as your state's laws.
What Are The Benefits Of Taking A Course Like This?
The Responsible Server Course is a requirement to serve alcohol in some states. Some bars or restaurants may also require that you take a course that deals with responsible serving® in order to lower the bar or restaurant's insurance rates. Having this certification will also help you to stand out from other applicants when you apply for a position. The Bartender Mixology Course teaches you how to make drinks, customer service, bar terminology etc. This certificate will make you stand out from other applicants and help you find the bartending job you want. Advanced courses like Wine Knowledge and Liquor Knowledge can help you increase your tips or advance your career!
Is This The Same Certificate I Would Get From An In-Classroom Course?
Yes, our course will give you a nationally recognized certification that is comparable to the certification you would receive at a physical school. The Responsible Serving of Alcohol online course is approved by the California Responsible Beverage Service program. The benefit of taking the course online is that you can work through the course on your own time and at your own pace.
How Do I Take The Quizzes/Exams?
The quizzes and exams are all computerized and you can take them online. The software will grade the quizzes for you and show you your results on the screen. Your scores are also recorded in an online database. The final exam for the Responsible Serving Course is done through the CA RBS state website.
How long do I have access to the course material?
You will have access to the course material for 1 day after you complete the course and generate your certificate or 1 year after your initial login.