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Register to take our Vermont Alcohol Server Awareness Program (ASAP) today and obtain your certification:
- Register for your course
- Complete our self-paced training
- Print your certificate of completion
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Learn2Serve Food Handler & Food Safety Manager Certification
The Vermont Department of Liquor Control regulates the selling, serving and consumption of alcoholic beverages. As per regulations, the Vermont Alcohol Server Awareness Program needs to be completed prior to hire for employees who sell and serve alcohol. The certification obtained will need to be renewed every 2 years.
The on-premises training is for employees selling and serving alcoholic beverages in Restaurants, Bars, Clubs, Hotels, Breweries, and Events. The off-premises course 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. Certification of completion is available to print at the end of your course!
The course is designed to educate sellers and servers understand and identify the rules and regulations in selling and consuming alcoholic beverages responsibly in the state of Vermont. The objective of this training is to promote legal and preventive measures for alcohol seller 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.
Please visit http://liquorcontrol.vermont.gov for regulatory information and requirements.