PROOF OF ALCOHOL SELLER/SERVER TRAINING
Effective January 1, 2008, ALL applicants applying for temporary retail ABC permits will be required to provide proof of Responsible Alcohol Seller/Server training PRIOR to obtaining a temporary ABC permit. If the applicant is representing a corporate chain, the corporation will be required to provide to the Commission a copy of it's alcohol training manual "minimum course content requirements." If the applicant is an individual, the applicant will be required to provide proof of training. Acceptable proof of training may be in the form of a certificate of training, transcript or other document provided by the course provider or corporate permittee. In the event the course provider did not issue a document reflecting completion of training, the applicant may have the course provider sign a form provided by the ABC Commission attesting to completion of this training.
Businesses are encouraged to provide Alcohol Seller/Server training to their employees to prevent underage sales and irresponsible service to adults.
The following are resources where acceptable training may be obtained:
[FREE] (ON-LINE) Alcohol Education/Training for APPLICANTS - NC ABC Commission
Note: The NCABC Commission reserves the right to approve or disapprove acceptable forms of alcohol seller/server training. Additional approved training resources may be added.