Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board Approved
The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) does not teach the MAST permit training course. The WSLCB certifies third-party companies like us to provide the training. If you have any questions related to course access, technical issues, and course content, please direct your questions to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
WSLCB has certified the MAST course based on the Washington Administrative Code 314-17 and any other information on this website that is not part of the MAST course may not have been certified by the WSLCB.
Why Choose Us
A+ Server Education is dedicated to helping train servers, managers and owners proper techniques to serve alcohol. Being in the business for over 18 years we understand the liability and risks you take when you serve alcohol. Not only does irresponsible alcohol service cause a substantial financial burden but the personal and mental effects that can happen to someone who over-serves a customer can be catastrophic.
The Best Thing to Mix With Alcohol is Education
We feel we have to educate the community about the effects of alcohol and the impact it can cause if improperly used. We also believe that this can be done in a fun and effective manner. By involving visual and simulation modules, the alcohol certification class is very entertaining and informative even for the experienced server.
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MAST Permit Checker
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Class 12 or Class 13 Permit
Permits are issued based off of your age. If you are over 21, you will receive the Class 12 permit. If you are 18-20, you will receive the Class 13 Permit. We offer free upgrades for anyone that takes our course and gets the Class 13 Permit. More information about this in our online course.
Why Are Servers Required To Take An Alcohol Education Class?
Server education intends to help servers develop the knowledge and skills that support responsible alcohol service. Washington State regulation requires that the MAST course must take 3 hours and cover the following topics: The effects of alcohol on the body and behavior, including the interaction of alcohol with other drugs. Washington's alcohol sale and service laws, including drunk driving laws. Intervention techniques for dealing with intoxicated and underage customers. Responsible marketing and management procedures. At the end of each class, students take a multiple-choice test. Students need a score of 80% to pass. More than 99% of students pass the test the first time they complete it. Students who fail may retake the test as many times until they pass the test. The test is designed to reinforce the learning process. It is not used to exclude students from the alcohol industry.
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