Nebraska Alcohol Server Course

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  • 2 hour self-paced online course.
  • Printable certificate-valid for 3 years.
  • 20 multiple-choice final exam.
  • Mobile Friendly Course!

Nebraska Alcohol Seller Server Certification

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Certificate of Completion

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Nebraska Alcohol Seller Server Certification

Mobile Friendly Course!

This Nebraska alcohol seller server online training course is designed to promote the legal and responsible sale and service of alcoholic beverages in Nebraska.

Alcohol Seller Server Training is recommended for anyone selling alcoholic beverages in a store or serving drinks in a bar or restaurant. Servers who complete this training are more successful in stopping under age drinking and in recognizing the signs of intoxication.

Learn How to:

  • Prevent the sale or service of alcohol to minors and intoxicated customers.
  • Proper ID checking techniques.
  • Help keep your workplace and community safe.

Course Features

Our online training course is an interactive course with full audio narration and real-world scenarios for the best user experience and information retention.

This is an HTML based course that will work on your PC and mobile devices, like the iPhone and iPad.

Once you create an account you can log in from any computer or mobile device and train any time, anywhere.

You can log in and out of your training account and your place in the course will be saved. Your course will be available to complete for 6 months from purchase.

  • 2 hour self-paced online course
  • 20 multiple choice final exam
  • Official Nebraska Alcohol Server Certification, valid for 3 yrs. (not valid in City of Lincoln)
  • Mobile Friendly Course!

Alcohol Seller/Server - Course Outline

Our online Alcohol Seller/Server Training Course contains five units of instruction, Nebraska specific alcohol service laws and an online final exam. Below is a detailed course outline of topics covered in the course.

Unit 1-Introduction

Welcome
How this Course Works
Course Topics

Unit 2-Responsible Alcohol Service

Responsibilities of a Server
Criminal Negligence
Dram Shop Laws
Dram Shop & Minors
Three Kinds of Duties
Unit Two Review
Unit Two Quiz

Unit 3-Minors and Alcohol

Age Verification
ID Validation
ID Guides
Refusing an ID
Incident Log
Compliance Checks
Unit Three Review
Unit Three Quiz

Unit 4-Physical Effects of Alcohol

Alcohol Absorption
Blood Alcohol Concentration
Absorption Triggers
Common Diseases and Disorders
Drink Tampering
Unit Four Review
Unit Four Quiz

Unit 5-Intoxication

Recognizing Intoxication
Indicators of Intoxication
Go, Slow, No Technique
Managing Drinking Behavior
Unit Five Review
Unit Five Quiz

Nebraska State Laws

Responsibilities of Licensees
Rules and Regulations

Final Exam

20 multiple-choice questions - you must score at least 70% to pass

Certificate of Completion

Upon successfully completing this Alcohol Seller/Server Training course and final exam, you will be able to immediately print your certificate of completion. It will also be emailed to you.

Your certification is valid for 3 years from the date of course completion.

If you lose your Certificate of Completion and need a replacement, you can log back into your account and print additional copies.

Training Requirements

Alcohol seller/server training is not mandatory by the state of Nebraska; however, this voluntary course is encouraged to help educate sellers and servers about responsible alcohol service.

Although the state has not mandated training, your employer may.

Approved Program Provider

Training providers must be approved in Nebraska. You can view SureSell Nebraska's program approval on the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission website.

(The City of Lincoln will not accept this training, as they have their own training requirements. For other specific city requirements, click the link above and go to page 2 of the document.)