AACEA Montana: Responsible Alcohol Sales And Service (RASS) Program - Helpful Info (Part 2)
If you’re planning to become a bartender, server, or anyone who handles alcohol transactions with customers OR if you will be managing people who handle alcohol transactions with customers in Montana State, you’re going to need to take a Montana Department of Revenue approved Alcohol Server Training course, which is also known as the Responsible Alcohol Sales & Service (RASS) course.
The Montana Department of Revenue requires that you receive training within 60 days of hire and once you complete an Alcohol Server Training course you will receive a Certificate of Course Completion (proof of training) which will be valid for three years. Once your certificate expires you will be required to retake the course in order to remain certified.
In addition, it is imperative that you have a certificate of course completion at each establishment you work or volunteer at. Don’t worry, you don’t need to take the course multiple times in order to receive a certificate of completion for each establishment you work for. You can simply print out a copy of your certificate and leave one with each establishment you serve or sell alcohol at.
If your certificate of completion becomes lost, stolen, or damaged you can get a replacement by reaching out to the provider you received your training from. And if you received your training through us, you can log back into your account anytime to print out a copy of your certificate of completion!
If you’re ready to take an approved Montana Alcohol Server Training Course we welcome you to sign up for ours whenever and wherever is most convenient for you!