ALCOHOL BEVERAGE SERVICE
What Is California Responsible Beverage Service Training?
Responsible Beverage Service training educates persons seeking employment or who are currently employed as servers of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption. It aims to provide servers with the necessary skills to responsibly serve alcoholic beverages and mitigate alcohol-related harm in California communities.
Is RBS required in California?
On July 1, 2022, the state law AB 1221 made RBS training mandatory at the state level. This requires any on-premise alcohol server and manager to be certified by an accredited RBS training provider and pass an ABC exam within 60 calendar days from the first date of employment.
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Responsible Beverage Service-Learning techniques to deal with the responsible service of alcoholic beverages. It is important to know how to protect 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.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: You must take and pass the RBS exam within 30 days of completing your online training course or access to the RBS exam will expire. You will then be required to purchase and take the online training course again and pay another $3 for the RBS exam.
What is HACCP?
HACCP is a preventive approach to food safety. It identifies biological, chemical, and physical hazards in the production processes that can cause the finished product to be unsafe, and designs measurements to reduce these risks to a safe level for the consumer.
Online Certificate Course
(Certificate does not expire)
Developed in conjunction with NSF International
(Approximate completion time: 10 hours)
(Regular price is $299.00)
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This course meets both nationally and internationally accepted HACCP standards. It contains the information needed to effectively participate in the organization, development, implementation, and management of a successful HACCP plan.
Successful completion of this course provides a certificate recognized by the American Culinary Federation for 15 hours of continuing education credits.