Classroom-Style

Responsible Vendor / Off-Premise

Who Should Take This Course:
Any employee who has the ability to ring up an alcohol sale in grocery stores, convenience stores, liquor stores or any retail establishment that sells alcohol for off-premise consumption

Eligibility Requirements:
See your local ordinances for eligibility requirements for the Responsible Vendor program.

Certificate:
TopShelf Certificate of Completion
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Length of Course:About three (3) hours

Cities/Counties:

TABC Responsible Wine Vendor Certification (required for any employee or manager that could possibly work a register and ring up a wine sale)

  • Anderson County
  • Johnson City
  • Knox County
  • Morristown
  • Washington County

Check with your city/county authority about the alcohol training requirements in your area.

Description:
This course is appropriate for any business that wants to train employees in legal and responsible alcohol sales. Learn how to sell liquor, wine and beer responsibly and protect yourself and your employer from legal liability. Lessons cover relevant state-specific alcohol laws and TopShelf proprietary CODES of carding, a five-step process to help you properly examine an ID. Experienced instructors use scenarios to help you apply what you learn to real-life situations. Class fee includes workbooks and handouts.

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

  • Identify types of illegal alcohol sales
  • Recognize how legal liability affects you and your employer
  • Understand the effects of alcohol on the body
  • Recognize the signs of alcohol intoxication
  • Anticipate and handle difficult situations
  • Recognize acceptable forms of identification
  • Properly ask for and examine an ID

Class Information:
Check the TopShelf Classroom Schedule for important information from your instructor.

Price: See the information in the TopShelf Classroom Schedule for fees and acceptable forms of payment.

If no classes are scheduled, please contact us at office@topshelfedu.com. This is the same material covered in the Responsible Beer & Wine Vendor classes so either can be substituted for city/county requirements.