Texas TABC Seller-Server Training Courses
Texas TABC Certificate

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TABC Certificate Sample:  Texas TABC Certificate

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These courses are approved by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission TABC and meet the certification requirements of all Texas employers, cities and counties. The TABC Texas Responsible Serving Certification is not mandatory, however most employers require bartenders, seller servers and cashiers in the restaurant food and beverage industry to be “TABC Certified”, which means the employee must take and pass this seller/server alcohol awareness training program.

Please note:  Referring to your TABC Certificate as TABC Permit or a TABC License is incorrect.  Per the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission it is to be referred to as a TABC Certificate.

  • TEXAS: How do I get a bartender permit, license or card in Texas?

    Visit Texas.SellerServerClasses.com and get your Texas TABC Alcohol Server Card:

    (1) Order your Alcoholic Beverage Server Safety training course.
    (2) Study the course educational material (2 hours)
    (3) Take the course assessment test (30 min - 1 hour)
    (4) Print your Texas TABC Seller Server Card

    Seller Server Classes is the best way to get your Bartender Alcohol Server Card.

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    Visit Texas.FoodHandlerClasses.com and take your ANSI accredited food handler certification training course:

    FoodHandlerClasses.com is the easiest way to get your ANSI food handlers certificate for Texas.

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    Visit Texas.FoodManagerClasses.com and take your DSHS accredited food manager certification training course:

    FoodManagerClasses.com is the easiest way to get your food manager DSHS certificate for Texas.

Texas TABC Certificate Sample

Texas TABC Certificate Sample

The following information shows where you will find certain information on your SSC TABC Seller Server certificate.
1. Seller Server Classes (SSC) Certificate Number.
2. Student name.
3. Certificate Expiration Date.
4. SSC Trainer Signature.
5. TABC (Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission) School Number, Course Number.

Approved by Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

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