Arizona Alcohol Seller-Server

Course Introduction & Description
Basic Title 4 Training
Arizona liquor law does not require that all employees of a licensed establishment have a “Certificate of Completion” for BASIC Title 4 training. However, some licensed locations may require this of their employees as a term/condition of employment. The BASIC Title 4 training Certificate of Completion will remain in effect for three (3) years from the completion date recorded on the certificate.

  • Course is approved by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses & Control.
  • Brand new course & approval.
  • This is a certification course, not CE.

Title 4 training providers are required to keep record of all class participant’s Certificate of Completion on file for a minimum of two (2) years. Please contact your training provider for a replacement copy of your Certificate of Completion as this agency does not keep them on file.

Management Title 4 Training
Effective Nov. 1, 1997, all liquor license owners, agents, partners, stockholders, officers and managers actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the business must attend a state-approved MANAGEMENT Title 4 training course or provide proof of attendance of a course within the past five years. The MANAGEMENT Title 4 training “Certificate of Completion” will remain in effect for five (5) years from the completion date recorded on the certificate.

Title 4 training providers are required to keep record of all class participant’s Certificate of Completion on file for a minimum of two (2) years. Please contact your training provider for a replacement copy of your Certificate of Completion as this agency does not keep them on file.

This course explains the important elements for Arizona management off-sale liquor licenses. Various topics covered in the course include an overview of the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control and its responsibilities and duties, how liquor laws are enforced in Arizona, regulations for licensed premises, the types of liquor licenses, the requirements for management, general business practices for off-sale liquor, handling disorderly conduct and acts of violence, identifying and dealing with intoxicated customers; identifying and closely following all regulations regarding minors, and the important elements of liability with a dram shop.

Arizona Title 4 Alcohol Seller-Server On-Off Premise Course Outline

This course covers the following topics:

Lesson 1: Introduction and Overview
Lesson 2: Licensed Premises and Liqour Licenses
Lesson 3: General Business Practices
Lesson 4: Disorderly Conduct, Acts of Violence, and Intoxicated Customers
Lesson 5: Minors and Civil Liability

State Resources:

Governing Authority
Arizona regulations are governed by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control.

Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control
800 W. Washington, 5th Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: (602) 542-5141
Fax (602) 542-5707
Website: http://www.azliquor.gov/training.html

For More Info:

Arizona Administrative Code Title 19 contains rules which clarify the statutes of Title 4. Title 19 Rules do not introduce any new liquor laws. Title 19 is where you’ll find details on required training standards and requirements for your course curriculum. The rules that provide for liquor law training in Arizona are:

  • R19-1-105 Knowledge of Law and Regulations,
  • R19-1-304 Standards for Alcohol Training Programs.

Serving these Arizona Counties: Apache/ Cochise/ Coconino/ Gila/ Graham/ Greenlee/ La Paz/ Maricopa/ Mohave/ Navajo/ Pima/ Pinal/ Santa Cruz/ Yavapai/ Yuma

Arizona On-Premise Title 4 Manager Training & Certification Exam

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the roles and functions of the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control.
  • Identify the ways in which the Arizona liquor laws are enforced.
  • Explain the powers of the State Liquor Board.
  • Explain dram shop liabilities.
  • Describe the regulations for licensed premises.
  • Identify the types of liquor licenses.
  • Explain the requirements for management.
  • Identify the general business practices for on-sale liquor, handling disorderly conduct and acts of violence.
  • State the regulations for dealing with intoxicated customers.
  • Describe the regulations regarding minors.

Lesson 1: Introduction and Overview of the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control, and Law Enforcement

  • The role and function of the AZ Department of Liquor Licenses and Control
  • The enforcement of Arizona’s alcohol-related laws

Lesson 2: Licensed Premises and Liquor Licenses

  • Licensed Premises
  • Liquor Licenses
  • Management

Lesson 3: General Business Practices

  • Legal serving/consuming hours
  • Sources of alcohol
  • Credit purchases of alcohol
  • Delivering alcoholic beverages
  • Off premises storage of alcohol
  • Wholesaler/retailer relationships
  • Cooperative purchases of alcoholic beverages
  • Retail coupons
  • Advertising
  • Inducements
  • Warning signs
  • Locking Entrances
  • Employees and alcohol service and consumption
  • Owners, alcohol service and consumption
  • Legal limits of sale
  • Entertainment on the licensed premises
  • “Private parties” on the licensed premises
  • Gambling on the licensed premises

Lesson 4: Disorderly Conduct, Acts of Violence, and Intoxicated Customers

  • Disorderly Conduct and Acts of Violence
  • Intoxicated Customers

Lesson 5: Minors and Dram Shop Liability

  • Minors
  • Dram shop liabilities

 

Multimedia Resources:

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Course Information
alcohol_server_x150Alcohol Seller Server On-Off Premise Training Course
  • State Approved: This course is approved by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses & Control.
  • Duration: 2 Hours
  • 24×7 Support: (877) 881-2235 – www.360trainingsupport.com
  • Printable certificate available once you complete and pass the final exam.
  • Valid for 2 years.
  • Arizona Title 4 Alcohol On/Off Premise Manager Course & Exam (AZ) – $35.00
  • Arizona Title 4 Alcohol On/Off Premise Seller/Server Course & Exam (AZ) – $15.95

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