FSI is a license Texas Alcoholic Commission training course. This server training course meets all the necessary state requirements for you to receive your TABC seller/server training certificate. We specialize in onsite classes for your employees. For a group of 10 or more we will come to your location and teach the class. Upon successful completion of the course and final exam, you will be given your certificate at the end of class. There is no waiting, no mailing, no delays!
Get your class together and let FSI come to your location at your convienace. Our 2 hour class is conducted in a way that ensure both managers and servers will remember the TABC principles and apply them to their daily routine.
You will receive training in responsible sale and service of alcoholic beverages. Material covered will include.
- Sales to Intoxicated persons and Minors;
- Facts about alcohol as a substance;
- Recognizing illegal sales to intoxicated persons and minors;
- Monitoring customer behavior and intervention techniques;
Available in English and Spanish
DRINKING WHILE PREGNANT
Each year in the United States, more than 40,000 babies are born with alcohol-related birth defects. There is not a cure for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS). The only way we can prevent our children from suffering is “Don’t drink when you are pregnant”.
Acute Alcohol Poisoning Begins with the blood getting sticky like Molasses. Blood Vessels Clot and this interrupts flow of blood to the brain. With no blood and the oxygen it carries……. brain cells begin to die. With out emergency treatment the intoxicated person could die.
WHY SHOULD MY EMPLOYEES TAKE THE CLASS
Health care costs, rehabilitation, police and judicial services, lost wages, insurance, lost productivity, and other direct economic costs amounted to about $45 billion.
The indirect costs of DWI crashes (pain, suffering, and diminished quality of life) tacked on an additional $134 billion.
Why so much? The Centers for Disease Control estimate that in the U.S. motorists were involved in about 123 million incidents involving alcohol-impaired driving.
Each alcohol-related injury averaged $20,000, each alcohol-related fatality cost society about $950,000, and each alcohol-related crash cost innocent victims about $36,000.
But the most sobering cost, of course, is the loss of human life.
- TABC Home page http://www.tabc.state.tx.us/
- Check the status of your TABC certificate. https://www.tabc.state.tx.us/datamart/searchTrainee.do
HOW DO I SCHEDULE A CLASS
Please send all class inquires to Cindyshinn@fsiglobal.net.