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Learn2Serve South Carolina off-premises Alcohol Seller

Learn2Serve South Carolina off-premises Alcohol Seller
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Product Description
Does South Carolina law require Alcohol Server Training?

Alcohol server training isn't required by state law.

However, many employers in South Carolina require it. This can lessen the sanctions resulting from an employee violating liquor laws.

The South Carolina Department of Revenue (DOR) Alcohol Beverage License (ABL) division maintains a list of recognized alcohol server training programs.

If an employee violates liquor laws, the DOR will consider it a "mitigating circumstance" if that employee can provide proof that they completed a recognized training program "within a reasonable period of time before the offense in question."

It doesn't guarantee a penalty reduction; it's at the DOR's discretion. Still, many employers prefer to take advantage of this opportunity for penalty reduction and will require all servers to complete a recognized program.

How do I get my South Carolina Alcohol Training Certificate?

It's quick and easy to get alcohol seller-server training in South Carolina. Complete a state-recognized training program and pass the final exam. You'll get a certificate of completion right away. Give a copy to your employer for their records, and keep it for yourself. 

Enroll in our South Carolina-recognized alcohol server training course today to get started!

When you take the Learn2Serve South Carolina-approved alcohol seller-server training course, you’ll learn how to protect yourself and your employer from liability.  The course teaches you how to responsibly serve alcohol at off-premises establishments. For example, the course covers the effects of alcohol, how to refuse service to an intoxicated patron, how to verify ID cards, penalties for selling to minors, and much more.

Course Facts
Course duration: 3 hours
Renewal requirements: 3 years
Course structure: At your own pace, save progress as you go - 100% online, available 24/7

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Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 1

Chapter 2: How Alcohol Affects the Body Chapter 2

Chapter 3: Recognizing Intoxicated Customers Chapter 3

Chapter 4: Preventing Disturbances Chapter 4

Chapter 5: Minors and Liability Chapter 5

Chapter 6: Second Party Sales Chapter 6

Chapter 7: How to Refuse a Sale Chapter 7