Our Michigan Alcohol Certification Course course is approved by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. This Michigan alcohol certification server training meets Michigan required server training for supervisory personnel. Both, on each shift and during all hours when alcoholic liquor is served. We make obtaining your Michigan alcohol certificate simple and hassle free. This course is often referred as the Michigan bartender license or Michigan seller/server permit. We give you proof of successful completion of your approved Michigan training program immediately upon completion. Typically, this course takes 3 hours or less depending on the individual. We make it easy to begin and complete in one sitting. You can take our training course at your leisure if you prefer. You can leave the course and come back as many times as you need over the next 6 months. When you return, the training will pickup where you last had left. Establishments who maintained a train staff by our course are at an advantage with their insurance as they prefer your current with state rules, regulations, and laws. More businesses are requiring an our alcohol seller/server certificate as a condition of employment. Our courses can be completed on any computer, laptop, tablet, or cellphone. Your certificate is available to you immediately when completed as an emailed PDF file. Complete it tonight and email to your manager before going to work tomorrow. Select your course, click enroll now, complete the course and print your certificate!
The Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) was created upon the repeal of Prohibition by the legislature acting in special session in December of 1933. The act creating it empowered the Commission to control all alcoholic beverage traffic within this state. The Commission consists of five members appointed by the Governor. The mission of the Michigan Liquor Control Commission is to make alcoholic beverages available for consumption while protecting the consumer and the general public through regulation of those involved in the sale and distribution of these alcohol beverage products.
Since 2002 Michigan has been requiring at a minimum, supervisory personnel on each shift and during all hours in which alcoholic liquor is served who have successfully completed a server training program as further described in section 906.
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