General System Requirements for Our Online Learning Portal

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This online class has been designed to work on most systems, but please read these requirements carefully and click the button on the bottom of the page to continue.

Screen Resolution

The preferred resolution is 1024x 768; if your resolution is lower than this you may have to scroll down to view pages. If you have a "pop-up blocker" installed on your computer, please turn it off before you proceed. Click here to get information about how to disable "pop-up blocker."

Connection

While High-Speed is optimal, for best performance 768kbs DSL or higher is preferred.

We have designed this course and website with multiple devices in mind. We are using HTML5 format for all course material. This means you do not have to download other programs or other browsers to view the material. We have tested this course on iPad - iPhone - Desktop - Android and Mac devices.

Important Instructions

As you proceed through the course, your progress will be stored in our database. If you should leave the course before completion, and return at a later time, you will be able to continue the course from your last completed unit. When you return click on the User Login link in the main menu and enter your login information to be taken directly to your user page.

You can review previous units at any time by clicking on the unit in your dashboard. Once you have completed the final test all access to the course will be removed for security purposes. After you complete and pass the final you can print a copy of your proof of completion and/or certificate depending on state law.

In some sections, you will be required to give the answer to one of the security questions you entered during the registration process. You must answer the questions correctly in order to proceed. All security questions are case sensitive; if you capitalize the answer you must answer it capitalized. In some cases the security question has a 1-minute timer countdown and must be answered in that minute or it will count as a failed answer.

State-Specific Information

Louisiana:

This course has been approved for the State of Louisiana RV Bar Card permit by the Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control. This course is required by law to take 2 hours to complete. The Responsible Vendor course will cover how to recognize signs of intoxication, alcohol-related laws, proper techniques for checking identification, state specific laws about tobacco and lottery. After successfully completing this course and the 25 multiple choice question final exam, you will be able to print your temporary certificate of completion. Your test information will be forwarded to the Louisiana ATC. Your bar card can then be downloaded from the ATC's website 7-14 days after you pass the final test. We will upload LRVP completion records to the Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The ATC no longer mails the responsible vendor cards. Your RV card will be available on the ATC website. Click here to print your card. (If you have an iPhone or an Android Smart phone, please click here to download the new ATC RV APP) Your permit will expire in 4 years on the last day of the month you completed your training.

Montana

Monatana's Alcohol Training Course passing grade is 80%.

Oregon

OLCC Alcohol Server Education Course passing grade is 70%.

OLCC is now hosting the final test on their website. After you complete your training on our website you will be given a proof of completion. You will need to go to the OLCC Portal and register with the OLCC to take the final test on their site. You will be asked to upload the proof of completion and activation code we provide you at the end of the training.

Washington

Washington requires your social security number when issuing MAST Permits

In accordance with RCW 74.20A.320, the Division of Child Support (DCS) certifies and requires Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) the suspension or cancellation of permits of the non-custodial parents who are at least six months in arrears on child support payments. The WSLCB will invalidate any permits issued to these individuals.

Please contact the WSLCB for questions or comments:
Phone: (360) 664-1600
Email: mast@lcb.wa.gov