Responsible Serving® of Alcohol
North Carolina Responsible Serving® of Alcohol Information
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RASP (Responsible Alcohol Seller Program) - alcohol seller / server training certificate ?
Earn your North Carolina RASP (Responsible Alcohol Seller Program) - alcohol seller / server training certificate (commonly called: "bartender license") by completing the Responsible Serving® of Alcohol Course for North Carolina.
North Carolina Responsible Serving® of Alcohol Course Approval
North Carolina Responsible Serving®
of Alcohol Course has been approved by North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission and fulfills the Responsible Alcohol Seller/Server training requirement in North Carolina. Taking this North Carolina online alcohol server / seller training will get you your North Carolina alcohol server / seller certification to work as a bartender, server or seller in North Carolina.
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Receive your official PSCC Rserving Responsible Serving® of Alcohol Wallet Card for NC Responsible Serving® of Alcohol in the mail!
No Extra Charge!
After you complete the course, you are able to generate your printable certificate for NC Responsible Serving® of Alcohol immediately.
You will automatically receive your PSCC Rserving bartender's license / wallet card for NC in the mail within 15 days.
There is no additional cost to receive your bartender license / wallet card!
Earn your state-specific responsible alcohol beverage service / alcohol seller/server certification from this online Responsible Serving®
of Alcohol Certification Course! This online alcohol server training teaches responsible alcohol service techniques. Whether you are a bartender, a waiter / waitress, or a server, this course is for you. Take this online training for your alcohol server permit.
This course will teach you state laws regarding alcohol service, how to recognize fake IDs and techniques for providing a safe environment for your customers.
*Some states don't have specific approval required. Check the state bartending license information pages for more information)
**Does not satisfy state requirements in Alaska, Delaware, New Mexico, and Tennessee.
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Rserving's Responsible Serving of Alcohol course is approved by the NC Alcohol Beverage Control Commission for Responsible Alcohol Seller/Server training.
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What is the minimum age to sell/serve alcohol in North Carolina?
The minimum age to sell and serve alcohol in North Carolina is 18.
The North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission
The agency that handles North Carolina liquor licensing and/or bartender licensing rules and regulations in North Carolina is The North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission. The contact information for The North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission is listed below. You can contact them to verify that online server certification (bartender license) can be obtained in North Carolina. We have also listed that information where applicable.The North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission
Telephone: (919) 779-0700
Website: http://abc.nc.gov/Alcohol Server Certificate, RASP (Responsible Alcohol Seller Program) - alcohol seller / server training certificate regulations for sellers and servers in North Carolina
Can bartenders in NC work as a bartender with a felony conviction? no
- NC Dram Shop Laws: Yes
- NC Happy Hour Laws: The State of North Carolina has the following prohibitions on Happy Hours and Drink Specials:
Drinks may not be offered for a reduced price on a specified day/time.
Offering unlimited quantities of alcoholic beverages for a fixed price or at a fixed time is prohibited.
No. You cannot have been convicted of a felony in 3 years or a misdemeanor alcohol or drug offense in 2 years.