$7.95 Florida Responsible Vendor Alcohol Server/Seller Training
This course meets the Responsible Vendor training requirements set by the Florida Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation.
LIQUORexam.com is a comprehensive Alcohol Server and Seller Training program designed to provide the tools necessary for you to be able to sell and/or serve alcohol responsibly, legally and safely.
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. 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.
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.
- This course and website are fully functional on any smart phone, tablet or computer -
- The fee for this course is just $7.95.
- Certification is valid for a period of 2 years.
- 90-day Course Access
Bulk Purchases for Owner/Manager accounts $5.95 (min 5 user credits) CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR OWNER/MANAGER ACCOUNT
STATE LIQUOR AUTHORITY
Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco
1940 North Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399
STATE SPECIFIC INFORMATION
Responsible vendor qualification
To qualify as a responsible vendor, the vendor must:
1) Require employees to complete an Alcohol Server/Seller training course, such as the LIQUORexam.com Florida Responsible Vendor Alcohol Server/Seller Training Course, which covers, at minimum:
- Laws covering the service of alcoholic beverages and the operation of establishments serving alcoholic beverages.
- Alcohol or controlled substances or both as a drug and its effects on the body and behavior, including its effects on a person operating a motor vehicle.
- Effects of alcohol in combination with commonly used drugs, both legal and illegal.
- Methods of recognizing and dealing with underaged customers.
- Methods for dealing with customers, and for dealing with employees, who use or traffic in illegal drugs.
- Employees must complete this training within 30-days of their hire date and must be supervised until they complete this training.
- Keep a copy of the employees Certificate of Completion issued by LIQUORexam.com in their employee file and record their hire date on the certificate.
2) Require management to complete an Alcohol Server Management Course, such as the LIQUORexam.com Florida Responsible Vendor Alcohol Server Manager Training Course, which covers, at minimum:
- Laws governing the service of alcoholic beverages and the operation of establishments serving alcoholic beverages.
- Development of standard operating procedures for dealing with underaged customers.
- Development of standard operating procedures for dealing with customers, and for dealing with employees, who use or traffic in illegal drugs.
- Methods of assisting employees in dealing with underaged customers and in maintaining records that relate to such incidents
- Managers must complete this training within 15-days of their hire date
- Keep a copy of the managers Certificate of Completion issued by LIQUORexam.com in their employee file and record their hire date on the certificate.
3) Require all employees and managers to attend one staff meetings EVERY 4-MONTHS.
- As proof of attendance, have employees and managers sign a sign-in sheet and keep the completed sign-in sheet on file
- Document and keep on file a summary of the meeting including:
- An explanation of the vendor’s policies and procedures;
- An explanation of any new or updated Vendor’s policies;
- Procedures relating to the topics covered in this training (laws, rules and regulations, safe and legal service of alcoholic beverages, identifying intoxication, cutting off alcohol service, etc..); etc..
4) Have each potential employee complete Page 8 of the Florida Liquor License Application.
5) Establish a written policy under which any employee who engages in the illegal use of controlled substances on the licensed premises will be immediately dismissed from employment and require each employee to acknowledge the policy in writing.
6) Maintain employment records of the applications, acknowledgments, and training of your employees.
7) Post signs on the vendor’s premises informing customers of the vendor’s policy against serving alcoholic beverages to underaged persons and informing customers that the purchase of alcoholic beverages by an underaged person or the illegal use of or trafficking in controlled substances will result in ejection from the premises and prosecution.