BeverageTraining.com offers the fastest and most convenient way for you to take your Kentucky On-Premise and Off-Premise Alcohol Seller Server Training. We understand that time is an important factor in consideration. You can take our online training anywhere, any time!
Register to take our Kentucky Alcohol Seller Server Training today and obtain a certificate in three simple steps:
- Register for your course
- Complete our self-paced training
- Print your online certificate
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The state of Kentucky does not have specific mandatory training requirements. Our course is approved for the City of Bowling Green, Kentucky On-Premises Seller Server Training and City of Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky On-Premises Seller Server Training.
The on-premises training is for employees selling and serving alcoholic beverages in Restaurants, Bars, Clubs, Hotels, Breweries and Events. The off-premises course is suitable for individuals employed at Gas Stations, Convenience Stores, Grocery Stores and Liquor Shops. Our self-pace course takes approximately 3 hours to complete. A certification of completion is available to print at the end of your course!
The course is designed to educate sellers and servers understand and identify the rules and regulations in selling and consuming alcoholic beverages responsibly in the state of Kentucky. The objective of this training is to promote legal and preventive measures for alcohol seller and servers in order to eliminate possible liabilities, ensure the safety of customers and the public, promote legal and responsible sale of alcohol and consumption, prevent underage drinking and recognize the signs of an intoxicated customer.
Please click http://abc.ky.gov/Pages/default.aspx to visit the Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for regulatory information and requirements.