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Credentials

Professional Server Certification Corp (PSCC)

PSCC is an industry leader in responsible serving®, seller/server certifications and interactive training for food service professionals, bartenders, waiters, waitresses, and alcohol servers. The PSCC support staff consists of food service industry experts as well as technical support personnel that are here to assist you 12 hours a day!

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Approvals for Responsible Serving of Food & Alcohol

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 Arizona Title 4 BASIC Off-Sale Responsible Serving® Approvals

Arizona
1421215200Arizona.pngRserving's Title 4 BASIC Off-Sale Training course is approved by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control for alcohol sellers and clerks. This course will get you the Title 4 Arizona BASIC certificate that your employer may require as a term or condition of employment. When you finish the course, you can instantly print your official Arizona alcohol server or seller certificate for BASIC Title 4 training. You can also call or email us to request that it be mailed to you.

Employers receive discount pricing.

 Food Safety for Handlers Approvals

California (Pre-Licensing)
The Rserving® Food Safety for Handlers Course can be used to obtain your food handler card in California. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a food handler certificate of completion from Rserving®.

Notice to residents of Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego counties: This course does not meet the requirements in your county. A food handler card obtained from Rserving® will be valid everywhere in California (except these counties).
Illinois
The Rserving® Food Safety for Handlers Course is approved in Illinois and can be used to obtain your food handler card in Illinois. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a food handler certificate of completion from Rserving® and a food handler wallet card will be mailed to the address on your account.
Arizona
The Rserving® Food Safety for Handlers Course meets the requirements in your state and can be used to train food handlers in responsible food handling techniques in all counties in Arizona. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a food handler certificate of completion from Rserving®.

 Arizona Title 4 MANAGEMENT Responsible Serving® Approvals

Arizona
1421215200Arizona.pngRserving's Title 4 MANAGEMENT Training Course is approved by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control for the MANAGEMENT Title 4 Training which is required for most liquor license owners, agents and managers actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the business.

Rserving's Title 4 MANAGEMENT training course includes both the BASIC and MANAGEMENT components required for managers and both a BASIC certificate and a MANAGEMENT certificate will be issued upon completion of this course.

You can complete the online Arizona MANAGEMENT training at your convenience and upon successful completion of the course, you can print your official Certificate of Completion for MANAGEMENT Title 4 training instantly or call or email us and we can send it out to you in the mail.

In this course, you will learn everything you need to know to operate and manage a licensed retail liquor establishment in Arizona, including the definition of a licensed premise, how to apply for an Arizona liquor license, the requirements for application and the application process, the requirements for licensure in Arizona, ownership types, the Arizona license application procedure, the steps required to alter a licensed premises or change the business name, patio requirements, the required posting and signage requirements in Arizona, record keeping and employee log requirements, restaurant requirements and audit preparation, required reporting, Arizona management responsibilities, advertising and marketing restrictions, rules for holding sampling and tasting events, and much more!

Employers receive discount pricing.

 Arizona Title 4 BASIC On-Sale Responsible Serving® Approvals

Arizona
1421215200Arizona.pngRserving's Title 4 BASIC On-Premises Training Course is approved by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control for alcohol servers / sellers / bartenders. This course will get you the Title 4 Arizona BASIC certificate that your employer may require as a term/condition of employment. When you finish the course, you can print your official Arizona alcohol server or seller certificate for BASIC Title 4 training instantly or call or email us and we can send it out to you in the mail.

Employers receive discount pricing.

 Arizona Title 4 BASIC On-Sale & Off-Sale Responsible Serving® Approvals

Arizona
1421215200Arizona.pngRserving's Title 4 BASIC On-Sale & Off-Sale Training course is approved by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control for alcohol servers, sellers, and bartenders. This course will get you the Title 4 Arizona BASIC certificate that your employer may require as a term or condition of employment. When you finish the course, you can instantly print your official Arizona alcohol server or seller certificate for BASIC Title 4 training. You can also call or email us to request that it be mailed to you.

Employers receive discount pricing.