Online Courses

Minors: Reducing a Major Liability / On-Premise

Who Should Take This Course:
Sellers, servers and managers in restaurants, bars, clubs, hotels, casinos or anyplace alcohol is sold for on-premise consumption.

Eligibility Requirements:
There is no minimum age requirement for the course, but you must be at least 18 years old to sell or serve alcohol in Tennessee. This course is for educational purposes only. It is not certified by the TABC or by any city/county for licensure or permits.

Certificate: TopShelf Certificate of Completion

Length of Course: About 2 hours

Description:
This entertaining online course covers one of the most common problems servers face––underage drinkers. It is excellent training for new employees before they serve their first drink. We recommend that servers take this course every year to keep carding skills sharp.

Learn your legal responsibilities and how to avoid serving alcohol to minors. Discover the proven, easy way to properly examine an ID using the TopShelf CODES of carding. Lessons include state-specific alcohol laws that apply to your job.

What You’ll Learn:
When you complete this course, you will be able to:

  • Recall state alcohol laws that apply to your job
  • Describe how legal liability affects you and your employer
  • Identify types of illegal alcohol sales
  • Handle difficult situations involving alcohol service
  • Recognize acceptable IDs in your state
  • Properly ask for and examine an ID

Price: $20.00