Arizona Liquor Certification Title 4
DLLC Approved Title 4 Manager and Basic Alcohol Certification Training Powered by Learn2Serve
How to get your Title 4 Certification for Managers Bartenders - Servers - Liquor Stores - Grocery Stores - Wineries & more
Basic Requirements to get an Arizona Title 4 Certificate
- It is not mandatory in Arizona for basic employees of licensed alcohol businesses to have a Title 4 Certificate of Completion. However, most employers require it for liability and insurance purposes
- A Title 4 Basic Certificate of Completion plus a Title 4 Management Certificate of Completion is mandatory for all owners, agents, and managers who participate in the daily operations of a licensed business
- You must be at least 19 to be a bartender or server at an on premise establishment (bars, restaurants, sports venues, hotels, etc.) that serves beer, wine, liquor, or other alcoholic beverages.
- You can be 16 years of age to checkout (cash register) package or help customers with carry out service under the supervision of someone 18 years of age or older.
- If you are not sure about the age you have to be to sell at your business or business hours call the DLCC Office.
- Note: If you need to renew your Title 4 Certificate, you must retake the course and exam after 3 years
How to get started on your Arizona Title 4 Certification Card
First make your course choice. You will arrive at the enrollment page.
After enrollment you will receive a confirmation email with course and exam instructions
Your course is self-paced. You can start and stop when you want. However, once you start the exam you must finish it
You will print your certificate of completion after you pass the exam. ( If you don't have a printer, you can log in and print on any printer )
Note: If you lost your certificate, you can log back in to reprint it
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AZ Title 4 Certification Course Topics for Sellers and Servers of alcohol beverages
Alcohol laws dealing with minors • Laws about intoxicated persons • Why you need to get TABC • Preventing intoxication • How to identify minors •How to check identification and identify fake ID • What to do when intervention attempts fail • How alcohol effects a person's body • TABC law enforcement and minor sting operations • Alcohol poisoning information • Arizona Dram Shop Law • Spotting sexual assault drugs • Private Clubs and more
Arizona ANSI Accredited Food Handler Course Topics
General overview of food safety •Who enforces food safety rules • Identifying food-borne illness and what causes it• Why I need to get an Arizona Food Handler Permit • Identifying biological, physical, and chemical contamination • Importance of temperature control • Proper personal hygiene •Appropriate procedures for receiving and storing food • Proper cleaning and sanitation
What does Dram Shop Mean?
The word Dram comes from an old English word for a measurement of alcohol usually about 1/8 th of an oz. The business that sold drams was called a dram shop. Much like a business that sold shoes was called a shoe shop, meat butcher shop etc. In modern times the words dram shop acts or dram shop laws refer to alcohol liability laws.
Dram Shop laws can differ in each state with some being more complex than others, but they all basically mean that if a business sells alcohol to an obviously intoxicated person who causes damages and injuries, that business owner and sometimes the employee who sold the alcohol can be sued in civil court. Our Responsible Beverage Service Training courses will train you in the liability that applies to your particular state. However, to understand even more about your states' Dram Shop laws it is best practice to consult an attorney in your home state.
We began in 1998 as a training company that conducted live TABC Certification in Texas way back before anyone even heard of taking online classes. We have an extensive background in the food and beverage industry. In 2003 we formed a partnership with 360Training /learn2Serve. We offer online Responsible Beverage Service Training, Food Manager Certification, Food Handler Training, and Underground Storage Tank (UST) training in every state. Quality courses and top notch customer service is our mission statement. We thank you for choosing us.
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