$7.95 Connecticut Alcohol Server/Seller Training
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 in the State of Connecticut.
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.
- This course and website are fully functional on any smart phone, tablet or computer -
- The fee for this course is just $7.95.
- This self-paced online course is 2 hours in length.
- Certification is valid for a period of 3 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
Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection – Liquor Division
State Office Building
165 Capitol Ave
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
Phone: (860) 713-6200
Sec. 30-47 of Connecticut’s Liquor Control Act states:
(b) The Commissioner of Consumer Protection may, in his or her discretion, require a permittee who has had his or her permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor suspended or revoked pursuant to subsection (a) of this section to have such permittee’s employees participate in an alcohol seller and server training program approved by the commissioner. The commissioner may require proof of completion of the program from the permittee prior to reactivation or reissuance of such permit. (c) In lieu of suspending or revoking a permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, the commissioner may require a permittee to have such permittee’s employees participate in an alcohol seller and server training program.