Wisconsin Alcohol Seller Training
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- Required Alcohol Training for Store Clerks/Cashiers
- Self-paced online course
- Printable Certificate of Completion
- Mobile Friendly Course!
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Wisconsin Responsible Beverage Training
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Wisconsin Responsible Beverage Seller Training
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This online responsible alcoholic beverage seller course is required to obtain your Wisconsin Operator's License. This training course is designed to promote the legal and responsible sale of alcoholic beverages in Wisconsin.
A Wisconsin Operator License is required for anyone selling alcoholic beverages in a store (grocery, convenience or liquor store) and their managers. Individuals who complete this training, are more successful in stopping underage drinking and in recognizing the signs of intoxication.
This responsible beverage course meets the requirements set forth by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue and fully complies with statutes 125.04 and 125.17.
Our self-paced online training course is an interactive course with full audio narration and engaging real-world scenarios for the best user experience and information retention. Our training course works on all computer devices including: smart phones, tablets, laptops, and PCs. If needed, you can conveniently switch back and forth between your phone (or tablet) and your computer, while taking the course, and you will always be returned to your most recent progress. Once you create an account you can log in from any computer or mobile device and train anytime, anywhere.
You have 6 months from enrollment to complete this course. You can log in and out of your training account and your place in the course will be saved.
After successfully completing this responsible beverage course and the 20 multiple choice question final exam, you will be able to print your certificate of completion from your own printer. If do not have a printer you can select a mailed certificate option during check out.
Our online Wisconsin Responsible Beverage Seller Training Course for your bartender license contains five units of instruction, Wisconsin alcohol laws, Wisconsin tobacco laws, and an online final exam. Below is a detailed course outline of topics covered in the course.
- How This Course Works
- Course Topics and Key Terms
Unit 2 - Seller/Server Responsibility
- 5 Responsibilities as a Seller/Server of Alcohol
- Criminal Negligence and Dram Shop
- Three Kinds of Duties
- Unit 2 Review
- Unit 2 Quiz
Unit 3 - ID's
- Is Your Customer of Age?
- ID Validation
- Checking an ID
- False ID
- ID Guides
- Refusing an ID
- Incident Log
- Interacting with Law Enforcement
- Compliance Checks
- Unit 3 Review
- Unit 3 Quiz
Unit 4 - Alcohol & the Body
- Alcohol Absorption
- Blood Alcohol Concentration
- Absorption Triggers
- Common Diseases
- Alcohol & Drugs
- Good Samaritan Law for Minors
- Alcohol Consumption Myths
- Acute Alcohol Poisoning
- Drink Tampering
- Mixing Energy Drinks with Alcohol
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
- Unit 4 Review
- Unit 4 Quiz
Unit 5 - Intoxication
- Recognizing Intoxication
- Observing Your Customers
- Indicators of Intoxication
- Go, Slow, No Technique
- Managing Drinking Behavior
- Drinking and Driving
- Operating While Intoxicated Laws
- Drugs and Driving
- Designated Driver Programs
- Handling Aggressive Customers
- Unit 5 Review
- Unit 5 Quiz
Wisconsin Alcohol Laws
- Operators License
- Display Requirements
- Retail Liquor Dealers
- License Types
- Temporary License
- Preservation of Records
- Transfer of Alcohol Beverage Stock
- Closing Hours
- Required Onsite Supervision
- Refilling Liquor Bottles
- Corkage Fees
- Non-Alcoholic Beer
- Wisconsin State IDs
- Publication 302
- Selling & Serving Alcohol to Underage Persons
- Possession of Alcohol by Underage Persons
- Circumventing Alcohol Sales Laws
Wisconsin Tobacco Laws
- Tobacco Products
- Tobacco and Minors
- Fines & Suspensions
- Tobacco Vending Machines
- Tobacco Retailer Requirements
- Wisconsin Tobacco Test
- 44 multiple-choice questions - you must score at least 80% to pass
Certificate of Completion
The certificate of completion for your Responsible Beverage Seller/Server Training will be available to print from your computer immediately after passing the final exam. We will also email the certificate to the address you provided during registration. If you do not have a printer, you can select, during course registration, to have a certificate mailed to you.
If you need to obtain another copy of your certificate of completion, you can log back into your training account and print additional copies as needed.
To obtain your Bartender's License or Operator's License:
After you have successfully completed this Alcohol Server training course, you will take the printed certificate of completion to your local municipality (city, town, or village) where the clerk will register your certification and provide you with a Bartenders/Operator's License.
To qualify for an operators/bartender license, you will need to meet these requirements:
- be at least 18 years old
- meet the criminal records requirements,
- complete a responsible beverage server course, like the Server License course we provide.
ServerLicense.com Program Approval
Our responsible seller/server training course has been approved by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue and fully complies with statutes 25.04 and 125.17. Our online course meets all the necessary state requirements for you to receive your official Wisconsin Bartender's License. You can view our Alcohol Seller/Server Training program approval on the Wisconsin Department of Revenue website.