Belton, TX (PRWEB) April 29, 2009
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Alcohol Seller/Server Certification Program 500-614 is the State of Texas authorized course offered by The Charlton Institute at http://www.tabc.cc.
The Charlton Institute announces new secure private server to host its TABC Certification website. This will provide you with a safer environment when entering private information. In addition, they have taken over the responsibility of entering your certificate information directly into the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Certificate Inquiry Database, making it possible for employers as well as TABC agents to check for certification validity almost instantly.
This course will prepare sellers and servers of alcoholic beverages to earn their Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Alcohol Seller/Server Certification - TABC Certification.
The topics include Civil Liability, Private Clubs, Laws Pertaining to Minors and Proper Identification, Physiological Effects of Alcohol and Detection of Alcohol, Detection of Minors and Intervention with Minors and Intoxicated Persons, and Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Rules and Regulations.
This Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Alcohol Seller/Server Certification course - TABC Certification - is required by many employers as a condition of employment because of the protection it provides against fines or forfeiture of the alcohol seller license or permit in the event an employee illegally sells or serves an alcoholic beverage. This certification is just as valuable to the employee and can prevent legal complications for them as well, by providing the information they need to be knowledgeable and responsible sellers and servers.
The Charlton Institute has been offering the TABC Certification class since 2002. It's current course is designed to be fast and easy to follow. There are no narrations so you can read it at your own pace and there are no cartoons. The course works equally well on both PC and MAC computers.
The TABC.cc website is loaded with information about the program, including .pdf downloads of various documents helpful to the employee as well as the licensee. Technical Support is available by phone or email.
At the end of the successful completion and passing of the course, the student may print out a TABC Approved temporary certificate and your official certification is sent to you by postal mail and your certification information is immediately entered into the TABC Database.