Utah Alcohol Training
TAP Series’ Alcohol Training course trains on-site and off-site alcohol servers how to responsibly sell and serve alcohol to the public.
Certificate Valid For:
Computers, tablets, & smartphones
This course provides instruction on:
- The social impact of alcohol
- The impact of alcohol on the body
- State laws and regulations relating to alcoholic beverage control including laws and regulations related to driving under the influence
- Intervention techniques to prevent the service or sale of alcoholic beverages to underage persons or intoxicated patrons
- The development of management policies that support the prevention of service or sale of alcoholic beverages to underage persons or intoxicated patrons
This course has been approved by the Utah Department of Health and Human Services Responsible Beverage Service. Learning techniques dealing with the responsible service of alcohol beverages is an important part of protecting yourself, your establishment, and your customers from alcohol-related incidents before they occur. This interactive online training course will provide you with the necessary tools and skills you need to ensure the safe and legal service of alcoholic beverages and is the quickest and most enjoyable way to earn your Utah Alcohol Certificate. The course is simple to use, accessible 24 x 7, and can be accessed from your mobile phone, computer, or tablet. Due to the unique bookmarking feature within the course, you can log out of the course and re-start later where you last left off. This flexibility has made TAP’s online course the #1 way to get certified as a Utah Alcohol Server. Print your card immediately after you complete the training course. The card is valid for 3 years. Corporate Accounts are available for volume discounts. Please contact TAP Series directly at www.tapseries.com to set up a corporate account. The validity of this course is believed to be factual as reported by the regulatory agency, but as laws can change should be verified with the regulatory agency. This course information should not be relied upon in place of regulatory agency verification.