Seller Server Course
MLCC Approved Alcohol Training
List Price: $16.95
This Michigan Alcohol Seller Server Course is recognized by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC).
Michigan Alcohol Seller Server Course - State Recognized
Our professionally crafted course is recognized and created using the standards set by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC). This training follows the rules and regulations of the Michigan Liquor Control Code, Youth Employment Standards Act Act 90, and any related penal and vehicle code .
Our courses are recommended, required, and endorsed by liability insurance carriers. For anyone holding a Retail license there is proof Proof of Financial Responsibility (liquor liability insurance) required by MCL 436.1803. Your staff will remain current with state rules, regulations, and laws, in regards to the service of alcohol.
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Our Michigan Alcohol Seller Server Course is simple to enroll in and easy to take. Begin it in one sitting or leave and come back to the course as many times as needed. Select your course, click Enroll Now, complete the course, and print your certificate!
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Our Michigan Alcohol Seller Server Course is responsive! Take it on a computer, laptop, tablet, or cellphone; on the go or while you sit at home. Now training can be done on your terms.
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Need to be compliant in a hurry? Your Michigan Alcohol Seller Server Course certificate is available to you immediately upon completion as an emailed PDF file. Complete it tonight and email to your manager before going to work tomorrow.
We give you multiple chances to take the course. Busy? Multi-tasking? No worries! Come back until you get it completed, guaranteed.
Serving Alcohol, Inc. has over 30 years of experience in teaching alcohol awareness, intervention techniques, server duties, carding procedures, and state laws. Our course will teach you:
- How to protect yourself and establishment from liability
- How alcohol affects your customers
- How to recognize the effects of alcohol on your customers
- How to prevent customers from becoming overly intoxicated
- How to intervene when you need to refuse a sale
- How to avoid and deal with disturbances
- How to accurately check IDs and recognize minors with fake IDs
- How to prevent second-party transactions
- How to react with authorities when a problem arises
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Frequently Asked Questions for Michigan
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The agency that handles Michigan liquor licensing and/or bartender licensing rules and regulations in Michigan is The Michigan Liquor Control Commission. The contact information for The Michigan Liquor Control Commission is listed below. You can contact them to verify that online server certification (bartender license) can be obtained in Michigan. We have also listed that information where applicable.
The Michigan Liquor Control Commission
In Michigan, you must follow the rules and regulations of Michigan Liquor Control Code, Youth Employment Standards Act Act 90, and any related penal and vehicle code.
Acceptable IDs include one of the following:
- A valid current driver's license or photo ID card issued by the Illinois Secretary of State's Office or any other State
- A valid Armed Forces ID;
- A valid U.S. passport or foreign passport (with U.S. travel visa) containing the holder's photograph.
Yes, you can legally confiscate a fake or fraudulent ID.
In the state of Michigan, you can pour alcohol at the age of 18, if supervised by someone who is 21. You can sell alcohol at 18 in grocery stores or convenience stores but you must be 21 to sell in a liquor store. To serve alcohol you must be 18, if supervised by someone who is 21
Yes, serving alcohol is acceptable. However, you can not hold a license license in the state of Michigan if you have a felony.
Answer provided by the Law Office of Barton Morris
In the state of Michigan, driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) is .08.
“Michigan is one of many states that allow an injured person to hold a business liable for providing alcohol to a minor -- or to a visibly intoxicated person -- who then goes on to cause an accident. Laws like these are often known as "dram shop" laws, since vendors traditionally sold alcohol by a unit of measure called a "dram." In this article, we'll look at several key provisions of Michigan's dram shop law and how it might come into play in an injury claim after an alcohol-related accident.”
Licensees (on-premises) are prohibited from offering "2 for 1" or other multiple drink promotions whereby multiple drinks are offered for one price.
Yes. On August 1, 2001, the MLCC implemented the mandatory server training requirement for licensees obtaining a new on premises license or transferring more than 50% interest in an existing on-premises license. At a minimum, server trained supervisory personnel must be employed during all hours alcoholic beverages are served as outlined in MCL 436.1501(1).
The course is part of the educational program whose curriculum has been approved by the commission under the standards described in this section and is offered by an administrator or instructor to a retail licensee, or a licensee operating a tasting room or providing samples of alcoholic liquor, for its employees.
With over 30 plus years of experience in the hospitality industry as an alcohol certification, we are without question the most reputable and experienced professionals in the business. Serving Alcohol began under Robert Pomplun who is a true expert as a consultant, instructor, manager, and coordinator. Our alcohol training and certification courses with Robert's guidance have benefited thousands of bartenders, servers, managers, owners, and security staff across the nation. Our courses will prepare you and your team with knowledge as the most critical component of responsible alcohol service.
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Computers or devices compatible to take this course:
Windows 7,8,or 10
Mac OSX or better
Android based tablet or phone (version 5.0 or better)
iPhone 6 or better
iPad 4 or better
Compatible web browsers:
Google Chrome ver. 50 or better
Mozilla Firefox ver. 45 or better
Safari 10 or better
Microsoft IE 11 or better
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