Michigan Alcohol Server/Seller Training
As of 01/22/2018, this course is APPROVED by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. On August 1, 2001, the MLCC implemented the mandatory server training requirement for licensees obtaining a new on ...
As of 01/22/2018, this course is APPROVED by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. On August 1, 2001, the MLCC implemented the mandatory server training requirement for licensees obtaining a new on premises license or transferring more than 50% interest in an existing on-premises license. At a minimum, server trained supervisory personnel must be employed during all hours alcoholic beverages are served as outlined in MCL 436.1501(1).
The LIQUORexam.com Responsible Beverage Service (RBS) training program will teach you how to serve alcohol responsibly, handle difficult situations, detect and deal with drug use or sales, check for proper ID, and understand the effects of alcohol and the human body.
This training program is specifically designed for those who own, manage and work in establishments serving/selling alcohol. Responsible alcohol service education is extremely important for all those working in this industry.
This program has been developed by industry professionals encompassing all aspects of alcohol service. Whether you serve and/or sell alcohol at a restaurant, bar, nightclub, convention center, grocery store, convenience store, sporting stadium or live music arena, this training is right for you.
The LIQUORexam.com online training program is a self paced learning module that can be administered at any time. This program is easy to follow and was designed to help you learn what it takes to become a responsible alcohol server and/or seller. Upon completion of the learning module, you will be provided a multiple choice test and you must receive a passing score to receive your certification. Once you pass the test, you will be able to print your certification card directly from your account.
As of 01/22/2018, this course is APPROVED by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR APPROVAL
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On August 1, 2001, the MLCC implemented the mandatory server training requirement for licensees obtaining a new on premises license or transferring more than 50% interest in an existing on-premises license. At a minimum, server trained supervisory personnel must be employed during all hours alcoholic beverages are served as outlined in MCL 436.1501(1).
The pertinent provision of MCL 436.1501(1), being Section 501(1) of the Michigan Liquor Code of 1998, related to this requirement is as follows:
“…Beginning not later than July 1, 2002 and subject to section 906(2) and (3), the commission shall not issue a new on premises license or transfer more than 50% interest in an existing on premises license unless the applicant or transferee offers proof acceptable to the commission that he or she has employed or has present on the licensed premises, at a minimum, supervisory personnel on each shift and during all hours in which alcoholic liquor is served who have successfully completed a server training program as further described in section 906. The commission may consider an individual enrolled and actively participating in a server training program as having successfully completed the program for such time as the individual is participating. The commission may allow an applicant or a conditionally approved licensee at least 180 days, or more upon a showing of good cause, to meet the minimum training requirements of this subsection. The commission may suspend the license of a conditionally approved licensee for failure to comply with this subsection. The commission may waive the server training requirements of this subsection on the basis of either of the following circumstances:
(a) The licensee’s responsible operating experience or training.
(b) The person’s demonstration of an acceptable level of responsible operation either as a licensee during the preceding 3 years or as a manager with substantial experience in serving alcoholic liquor.”
This course and website are developed to work on any smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop. This training is a self-paced online course and the site tracks your progress so you are able to log-off and resume training where you left off.
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Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
MICHIGAN LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION (MLCC)
525 W. Allegan St, PO Box 30005
Lansing, Michigan 48909
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