Get Started With Your Online Alcohol Server Permit Course

This required class will allow you to mix, serve, and sell alcohol by the drink in the State of Oregon for five years. The material covered is all that is required of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) including basic liquor laws, ID checking, and case studies. This course was approved in 2012 by the OLCC as an initial/renewal course for anyone 18 years of age or older.

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The Enrollment Agreement

You must read the Enrollment Agreement and check the box below to agree to the terms and conditions before you can register for the course.

To serve alcohol in Oregon:

  • You must be at least 18 years old to receive your permit in Oregon.
  • Take and pass an alcohol server education class within 45 days from the first day you start mixing, selling, or serving alcohol.
  • After completing the course you will be directed to the OLCC portal to submit an application and take the test
You should receive your service permit about 14 days after you complete your course and the OLCC receives your completed service permit application, $23.00 fee, and you have passed the server education test.
Not every person qualifies for a service permit. Applicants may be denied if they have recent or multiple felony or DUII convictions or if they make a false statement on the application. The form contains a brief description of the conditions that may make someone ineligible for a service permit. Read the application carefully and complete it fully and honestly. If you have questions about whether you are eligible, call the OLCC.

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Business Hours

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By submitting your tuition you understand that we do not offer refunds. This is a service you are purchasing, not a product that can be returned. This class will be available for you to attend for 180 days after date of purchase. To terminate enrollment, close your browser window before submitting tuition.​

Resources to Print

Although not required, you can download and print a full class workbook. This workbook is handy not only during the training, but also as a reference in the future.

Why We Ask You Security Questions

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission requires each student to validation their identity. At registration, you will be asked simple personal questions that must be answered correctly within 45 seconds at random points during the course to verify you are the same person who registered for the course.

 

Course Goals

  • To promote responsible alcohol consumption through responsible alcohol service.
  • To give you the knowledge and skills to prevent alcohol sales to minors and visibly intoxicated persons and avoid third-party liability lawsuits.
  • To help you realize that your actions can reduce the number of intoxicated drivers, deaths, injuries, and other costs resulting from alcohol abuse.
  • To give you practice checking ID and stopping service to visibly intoxicated persons.
  • To help save lives.

Course Objectives

ATP will have the course available to the student for 90 days after registration and tuition has been submitted for the course. By completing this course, you will learn the following objectives:
  1. Oregon's Alcohol Server Education law.
  2. Alcohol as a drug and its effects on the body and behavior, especially driving ability.
  3. Drunk driving laws and liquor liability statues.
  4. Oregon alcohol sales and service laws.
  5. Effective alcohol server intervention tecniques.
  6. Advertising and marketing for safe and responsible alcohol service and consumption.
  7. Effects of alcohol on combination with commonly used legal and illegal drugs.

About the Course and Test

  • After completing the course you will be directed to the OLCC portal to submit an application and take the test
  • You must score 70% or higher to pass the test.
  • You may NOT refer to the course workbook during the test.
You **MUST NOT** refer to any written material or have a discussion with another person during the test (except a certified instructor, or interpreter).

Student Validation

At random points throughout the course, you will be asked validation questions from the information provided by you at registration as per the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.
A correct answer must match the information in your profile and must be entered within 30 seconds. If you fail more than 2 validation questions, the course will be suspended and you must contact ATP.
If you can satisfactorily validate your identity via email, the course shall be reopened and the student shall be allowed to proceed.

System Requirements

Desktop or Laptop Computer (mobile devices may be used, all have not been tested however). Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, Mac OSX, Linux.
Minimum Internet connection speed: 512kbps
Minimum Screen resolution: 1024 x 768
Browser: Internet Explorer 9 or higher, and current versions of Firefox, Google Chrome, or Safari. (all browsers tested have performed well, but not all browsers have been tested).
Other requirements: JavaScript must be enabled on your browser. Adobe Acrobat Reader and a recent version of Adobe Flash (8 or higher) installed on your system. Visit http://adobe.com to download Flash or Reader.
For questions about technical problems or questions please email us at: support@olccclass.com or call (800) 971-5998. Content support personnel are certified instructors and are able to clearly and accurately answer content questions.

ATP Privacy Statement

This privacy policy describes the Academy of Training & Prevention LLC (ATP) current policies and practices with regard to personal data collected by ATP through this web site and online course. This privacy policy does not apply to information collected offline or in any other way. The term "personal data" refers to personally identifiable information about you, such as your name, birth date, e-mail address or mailing address, etc. By attending any of our courses, you consent to our use of your personal data as described in this privacy policy. ATP is continually improving and adding new functionality and features to this website and improving and adding to its existing services and programs. Because of changes in the law and the nature of technology, ATP data practices will change from time to time. If and when our data practices change, ATP will post the changes on this website. The only personal data ATP currently collects through this website is the information you give us when you use our site. This includes, for example, the information you provide when you register for our course or other service or when you send us your comments or requests for information. ATP uses the information you provide for the purposes for which it was originally collected in accordance with the law, for example, to respond to your e-mail or provide the courses or services you requested. ATP also uses some of this information to help improve the content and functionality of our websites, to better understand the needs and interests of the people and organizations that use our website, and to improve our courses and services. There may be some other limited circumstances in which ATP may share or transfer the personal information in its databases. For example, to comply with a legal requirement, for the administration of justice, to protect your vital interests, to protect the security or integrity of our databases or this website, to take precautions against legal liability, or in the event of a corporate merger, reorganization, dissolution or similar event. In addition to the information you provide when you use our website, ATP uses technology to collect anonymous information about the use of our website as required by law enforcement authorities. For example, we use technology to track how many visitors access our website, the date and time of their visit, the length of their stay, and which pages they view. We also use technology to determine which web browsers our visitors use and the address from which they accessed our site. This particular technology does not identify you personally. It simply enables us to compile statistics about our visitors and their use of our site. ATP uses this anonymous data and shares it with third-parties for various reasons, for example, to improve the content and functionality of our website, to better understand the needs and interests of our visitors, to improve our courses and services. In order to collect the anonymous data described in the preceding paragraph, ATP may use temporary "cookies" that collect the first level domain name of the user (for example, if your e-mail address is "name@xyz.com," the cookie collects the "xyz.com" portion of your e-mail address) and the date and time you accessed this website. Cookies by themselves cannot be used to discover the identity of the user. A cookie is a small piece of information which is sent to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie. This enables you to decide if you want to accept it or not. It is necessary for your computer to accept cookies in order for this website to function properly. This privacy policy applies only to the websites of ATP. This site contains many hyperlinks to websites that are not operated by ATP. These hyperlinks are provided for your reference and convenience only and do not imply any endorsement of the activities of these third-party websites or any association with their operators. ATP does not control these websites and is not responsible for their data practices. We urge you to review the privacy policy posted on any site you visit before using the site or providing any personal data about yourself. This privacy policy forms part of our website and as such shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United States of America. Information that is used for class is entered at registration provided willingly by you, the student. This site is used by many organizations and agencies. We take your security VERY seriously. If you have any questions about this privacy policy or concerns about the way ATP uses personal data, please contact us. By using the websites of ATP or attending any of our classes, you agree to these terms.

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