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About the Course

Our Utah alcohol server training is an online course to teach you how to sell and serve alcoholic beverages safely and legally. The state of Utah knows the importance of alcohol certification and has mandated training for employees of on-premise (bars and restaurants) businesses.

Alcohol training is an important way to learn how to recognize signs of intoxication, how to check ID’s, minors and alcohol, Utah state specific server laws, and many other skills to help you keep your customers and your establishment safe. Since alcohol certification is mandatory in Utah, you are required to be certified before you begin work, and training must be by an approved provider.

Course Features

Our online training course is a 3 hour interactive course with full audio narration and engaging real-world scenarios for the best user experience and information retention. Our training course works on all computer devices including: smart phones, tablets, laptops, and PCs. If needed, you can conveniently switch back and forth between your phone (or tablet) and your computer, while taking the course, and you will always be returned to your most recent progress. Once you create an account you can log in from any computer or mobile device and train anytime, anywhere.

You have 6 months from enrollment to complete this course. You can log in and out of your training account and your place in the course will be saved.

After successfully completing this server course and the final exam, you will be able to print your official Utah Server Card from your own printer. 

  • 3 hour online course
  • 26 multiple-choice final exam
  • 3 Year Utah Server Certification

Utah Alcohol Server Certification - Course Outline

Our Utah alcohol server certification course covers the laws that deal with selling or serving alcohol, intoxicated customers, minors, and non-members at a private club. We also provide intervention techniques to prevent alcohol sales to intoxicated customers and minors.

Our server training consists of five units of instruction, Utah state specific laws and a final exam. Below is a detailed course outline of topics covered in the course.

Unit 1 - Introduction

Topics in this Lesson:

  • Introduction
  • How this Course Works
  • Course Topics & Key Terms

Unit 2 - Responsible Alcohol Service

Topics in this Lesson:

  • Five Responsibilities as a Server of Alcohol
  • Criminal Negligence and Dram Shop
  • Three Kinds of Duties
  • Unit 2 Review
  • Unit 2 Quiz

Unit 3 - Minors and Age Verification

Topics in this Lesson:

  • Is Your Customer of Age?
  • ID Validation
  • Checking an ID
  • False IDs
  • ID Guides
  • Refusing an ID
  • Incident Log
  • Unit 3 Review
  • Unit 3 Quiz

Unit 4 - Physical Effects of Alcohol

Topics in this Lesson:

  • Alcohol Absorption
  • Blood Alcohol Concentration
  • Absorption Triggers
  • Other Triggers
  • Common Diseases and Disorders
  • Alcohol and Drugs
  • Alcohol Consumption Myths
  • Acute Alcohol Poisoning
  • Drink Tampering
  • Unit 4 Review
  • Unit 4 Quiz

Unit 5 - Intoxication

Topics in this Lesson:

  • Recognizing Intoxication
  • Indicators of Intoxication
  • Tolerance
  • Other Triggers
  • Go, Slow, No Technique
  • Managing Drinking Behavior
  • Drinking and Driving
  • Designated Driver Programs
  • Handling Aggressive Customers
  • Unit 5 Review
  • Unit 5 Quiz

Utah State Supplement

  • Utah Alcohol Laws
  • Laws by Location Type
  • Utah Permits
  • Dram Shop Laws
  • Conclusion

Final Exam

  • 30 multiple-choice questions - you must score at least 70% to pass

Utah Server Card Delivery

​​​​​​​Print Your Card

Your official Utah Server Card is available to print or save immediately after you pass the final exam and it will be emailed to you. You can also log in to your training account at anytime to print your certificate.

7 days after course completion, you can access the Utah DSAMH to download the state issued card.​​​​​​​

DSAMH Approved School

UtahPermit.com is a DSAMH approved alcohol server training school. Our server certification course has been reviewed and approved by Utah Department of Human Services (DSAMH) and we have been certifying alcohol servers in Utah since 2007.

DSAMH Database Search

Once you are Utah Server certified, we are required to submit your training record to the DSAMH database within 30 days. (Although we have 30 days to report your training, UtahPermit.com reports training weekly for your convenience.) You can view your training record by following the Search By Name.