Oregons #1 ~ OLCC Certified ~ Low Cost ~ 2014 Online Class for Initial & Renewal Servers Permit Cards.

An Oregon Based Company with expertise in all the latest OLCC Rules and Regulations.

Easiest on-line OLCC class… by-far!

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 $ 15 Initial Alcohol Server Permit Card

       $ 12 Renewal Alcohol Server Permit Card

Click  HERE to start Your 2014 Initial or Renewal

Online OLCC Class & Test:

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*(Test results usually posted on-line the next “Business Day” after you complete the course.)
 

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  • CLASSROOM

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  • No Proctor Required
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Upcoming LIVE

CLASSROOM Dates:

 

AUGUST 2014

Saturday August 9

Tuesday August 26

 

SEPTEMBER

Monday  Sept. 8 Thursday Sept. 25

 

 

TIMES: 9am – 1pm

 

LOCATION: Round Table Pizza, 1552 NE Third St, Bend, OR 97701

Rservations Recommended. Walk-ins OK if space allows.

CALL 541-447-6384

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Tuition: $35 (Cash or Check)

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  • OLCC Certified Instructor available to answer your questions via phone or email

  • Minimal Computer skills Required

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  • Self-paced, study at your own speed

 

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  • Initial Class $15.00

  • Renewal Class  $12.00

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Whether you are One Student or a Multi-Unit Company, let

www.happyhourtraining.com/online handle your OLCC training needs. 

      ***********News Flash**************

OLCC provides internet access to Server Education Class scores

 

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Oregon Liquor Control Commission announces a new online report to provide service permit applicants with the score from their server education class. Previously, service permit applicants were mailed a postcard with the results of his/her test. The change is not only more environmentally friendly, but also will allow students and their employers to see their test results more quickly.

 

The online report shows the previous 60 days of scores and lists students in alphabetical order by first name. Typically, scores will be posted within a few days of taking the test.

 

“With smart phones and tablets so widely available, this is a better way to make information more accessible for our customers,” said Steven Marks, OLCC Executive Director. “This is just the first step in a plan to improve the way we provide server education results to applicants.”

 

According to a 2012 report by ORC International, nearly nine out of ten adult Oregonians own a personal computer. A study by Pew Research Center released a 2013 study that shows 61 percent of adults in the US own smart phones.

 

Marks adds, “While this is big improvement in our service to applicants and their employers, they are always welcome to call the office to speak with one of our experts in Server Education if they have any questions.”

 

The new tool is especially helpful for employers because they can see when their employee took the test, his or her score, and the status of the application. If a student fails the course, the name and score will not show on the report. If a student does not see his or her name on the report within seven days, they are instructed to call the OLCC Alcohol Server Education unit.

 

Oregonians entering the hospitality industry as a server or bartender or someone who supervises them are required to have a valid service permit. The service permits are good for five years and then can be renewed. In 2013, there were almost 33,000 people who took the Oregon server education test. 2013. So far, more than 9,000 tests have been taken in 2014.

 

Postcards will continue being mailed until April 30, 2014.