Learn2Serve Illinois Online BASSET Certification
Are you looking for a career in the beverage industry? Learn2Serve Illinois online BASSET certification training is an excellent opportunity. This course will help educate seller servers about alcoholic beverages, their duties, and responsibilities as well as keep drunk drivers off our roads!
Register to take our approved Illinois BASSET Training today and obtain a Basset certification in three simple steps:
- Register for your BASSET license course
- Complete our self-paced training to be BASSET Certified
- Print your online BASSET Illinois Certification of completion
Illinois TIPS Certification Training Program
|TIPS lllinois BASSET On-Premise Alcohol Server Training + Food Handler||5||$48.00||Enroll|
|TIPS Illinois BASSET On-Premise Alcohol Server Training||3||$40.00||Enroll|
|TIPS Illinois BASSET Off-Premise Alcohol Seller Training||3||$40.00||Enroll|
|TIPS Replacement Card||$20.00||Enroll|
Learn2Serve Tobacco & Alcohol Seller Server Training
|Learn2Serve Illinois BASSET Certification + Food Handler Training Certificate Program||6||$22.99||Enroll|
|Illinois BASSET Alcohol Seller-Server||4||$14.99||Enroll|
Learn2Serve Food Handler & Food Safety Manager Certification
Who Should Be BASSET Certified?
The on-premises Basset training is for employees selling and serving alcoholic beverages in Restaurants, Bars, Clubs, Hotels, Breweries, and Events. The off-premises Bassett certification is suitable for individuals employed at Gas Stations, Convenience Stores, Grocery Stores, and Liquor Shops. Our self-paced course takes approximately 3 hours to complete. A certification with 3-year validity is available to print at the end of your course!
Why Should I Get Illinois Online Basset Certification?
BASSET certification training is designed to educate sellers and servers to understand and identify the rules and regulations in selling and consuming alcoholic beverages responsibly in the state of Illinois. The objective of this training is to promote legal and preventive measures for alcohol sellers and servers in order to eliminate possible liabilities, ensure the safety of customers and the public, promote the legal and responsible sale of alcohol and consumption, prevent underage drinking and recognize the signs of an intoxicated customer.
This certification is now mandatory in Cook County and by mid-2018, it will be mandatory in the entire state. Also, some municipalities demand BASSET training due to local laws in the state of Illinois. It is important for you to know about your local laws before commencing any kind of work related to the selling and serving of alcoholic beverages. If the law demands you to have this certification then you must start your training and obtain the certification before starting work.
Our online Basset certification course has been approved statewide in Illinois
Many businesses send their staff voluntarily to acquire this certification as it will teach them the necessary skills to prevent alcohol-related misconduct. BASSET training can also help to reduce the establishments’ liquor liability insurance. This certification will also add value to your career as individuals who are certified have a higher chance of obtaining employment so click through to obtain your Beverage Alcohol Sellers and Servers Education training today!
What is a BASSET Card?
The BASSET card is your validation of completion for an Illinois-approved alcohol server training program like Learn2Serve BASSET by 360training.
What is BASSET and what does it stand for?
The Beverage Alcohol Sellers and Servers Education Training (BASSET) is a program that teaches anyone serving alcohol in the state how to do it responsibly. Completing this course helps them contribute towards preventing drunk driving while also building safer communities for everyone else!
Why should I become BASSET Certified?
If you’re selling or serving alcohol, the ILCC requires that everyone must take a BASSET training course. This will help individuals learn about their legal obligations so they can stay protected from liability. In Illinois, establishments are enforced under the Dram Shop Act which includes harsh penalties for minor offenses such as fines up to $2,500 and jail time of 1 year with felony charges bringing even more severe sentences.
Illinois Food Handler
The Illinois Food Handler’s Permit is a certificate that can be obtained upon completion of a food safety course. This allows the person to work as a food handler in Illinois. The requirements vary, depending on how many people are supervised and what kind of business you’re working at. For those who work in an establishment where only one other person is supervised, a food handler’s permit is not required. However, those who work in establishments with more than one other person must have a food handler’s permit.
Mandatory online BASSET certification for all Illinois counties
Cook County was the first one in Illinois making it mandatory to obtain the BASSET certification. From July 1st, 2015, it was made mandatory for every bouncer and alcohol server to have the BASSET certification along with their identity cards in order to work in Cook County. This also applied to the city of Chicago. From 1st July, all new hires must have their certification within 120 days if they want to work as servers or sellers.
Our Learn2Serve Illinois BASSET Training is approved and mandatory for the following counties by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission. Upon completion of the course and the final exam, you will be able to download and print a certificate, which can serve as a temporary BASSET card. We will send your information, course completion, and exam scores, to ILCC who will send you a permanent BASSET card.
The BASSET Certification is now mandatory for all counties listed below.
|Adams County||Cumberland County||Hardin County||Lee County||Morgan County||Shelby County|
|Alexander County||De Witt County||Henderson County||Livingston County||Moultrie County||St. Clair County|
|Bond County||DeKalb County||Henry County||Logan County||Ogle County||Stark County|
|Boone County||Douglas County||Iroquois County||Macon County||Peoria County||Stephenson County|
|Brown County||DuPage County||Jackson County||Macoupin County||Perry County||Tazewell County|
|Bureau County||Edgar County||Jasper County||Madison County||Piatt County||Union County|
|Calhoun County||Edwards County||Jefferson County||Marion County||Pike County||Vermilion County|
|Carroll County||Effingham County||Jersey County||Marshall County||Pope County||Wabash County|
|Cass County||Fayette County||Jo Daviess County||Mason County||Pulaski County||Warren County|
|Champaign County||Ford County||Johnson County||Massac County||Putnam County||Washington County|
|Christian County||Franklin County||Kane County||McDonough County||Randolph County||Wayne County|
|Clark County||Fulton County||Kankakee County||McHenry County||Richland County||White County|
|Clay County||Gallatin County||Kendall County||McLean County||Rock Island County||Whiteside County|
|Clinton County||Greene County||Knox County||Menard County||Saline County||Will County|
|Coles County||Grundy County||Lake County||Mercer County||Sangamon County||Williamson County|
|Cook County||Hamilton County||LaSalle County||Monroe County||Schuyler County||Winnebago County|
|Crawford County||Hancock County||Lawrence County||Montgomery County||Scott County||Woodford County|