California: #1 Responsible Beverage Service Training

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General Description

This course is intended to educate servers and their managers of alcoholic beverages in California on the dangers of serving alcohol to minors and over-serving alcohol to patrons with the intention of reducing alcohol related harm to local communities.

Expectations & Goals

The purposes of this course are to:

  • Provide the student with a solid of understanding of their responsibilities and liabilities as an ABC licensee (or employee of one)
  • Furnish the student with the knowledge necessary to make an informed decision about alcohol sales & service
  • Prepare the student to successfully pass the RBS exam for the state of California

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to do the following:

  1. Explain the impacts of alcohol – both positive & negative – on multiple levels: for the individual, the community, the state, and in general.
  2. State the effects of alcohol on the human body, including how it is processed.
  3. Recognize the signs of intoxication and recall what affects its severity.
  4. Distinguish what are the legal requirements for alcohol servers in California, and what their legal obligations are.
  5. Identify the role of the ABC and law enforcement in the regulation of alcohol.
  6. Differentiate between a legally acceptable ID and unacceptable IDs for alcohol sales and service.
  7. Evaluate when a patron needs to be refused service.
  8. Develop policies encouraging responsible alcohol sales & service and proper legal compliance for their business.
Instructional Methods
  • Assessment Review
  • Interactive Elements
  • Lesson Recall Self Assessment
  • Narration
  • Slides Presentation
  • Take Home Resource
  • Autograded
  • Lesson Quizzes
  • Passing 80%+
  • Quiz Retakes

Course Content

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Responsible Beverage Service Training INTRODUCTION
Lesson 1: Social Impacts of Alcohol
Lesson 2: The Impact of Alcohol on the Body
Lesson 3: State Laws and Regulations
Lesson 4: Checking Identification
Lesson 5: Developing Management Policies
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