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Alcohol Seller and Server Certification Course Available Online
The Department of Public Safety and the Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages and Lottery Operations (BABLO), in partnership with InforME, recently made its popular alcoholic beverages seller and server training course available online through Maine.gov.
Users of the online service will review the course material at their own pace, and then take a fifty-question online examination. After successful completion, the user is able to print out a course completion certificate certifying that they have passed the Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages Seller and Server training program.
State law does not require training for sellers and servers of alcoholic beverages, but the State encourages businesses to ensure their employees are trained for public safety reasons. There is a fee of $18 for the online training and certification. After beginning the training course, users have fifteen days to complete the training and exam.
Topics covered in the course include identifying minors and visibly intoxicated individuals and explanations of Maine’s laws related to serving and selling alcohol. The online service was developed by the Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages and Lottery Operations in cooperation with the Department of Public Safety, and InforME, the state’s Web portal provider.
For more information on the Alcoholic Beverages Seller and Server Training program, visit www.maine.gov/online/trainsellserve .Article posted on: December 2, 2011
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