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Unit 1:

Topic: Why have an ASE Program and who needs it?
Information to be covered in this unit:

  1. Who Is the OLCC?
  2. Who is required to have an ASE Permit?
  3. The ASE was the hospitality industries idea
  4. The purpose of ASE
  5. Enrollment Agreement
  6. The time frame to get an ASE Permit
  7. Not all who apply are eligible to receive an ASE Permit
  8. Objectives of the seminar now being conducted
  9. Legal Duties
  10. Professional Duties
  11. House Duties

Unit 2

Topic: Alcohol and the Hospitality Industry
Information to be covered in this unit:

  1. Why do you work in the hospitality business?
  2. What do you expect from working in the Hospitality Industry?
  3. By controlling the problems with alcohol, you will make more money.
  4. Why do People drink?
  5. What problems do you see happening?
  6. Statistics of the problems and the impact they have on society.
  7. The Implied Consent Law
  8. DUII
  9. The costs incurred from DUII’s
  10. How you as a server can directly impact DUII.

Unit 3

Topic: The liability that you as a server can be accountable for
Information to be covered in this unit:

  1. What a 3rd Party Liability Law Suit is.
  2. The potential legal consequences of over service.
  3. What you can be sued for.
  4. Civil Law Suits for serving a minor.
  5. Who can sue you?
  6. Damages you would have to pay.
  7. Using a log book
  8. How to protect yourself from a 3rd Party Law Suit.

Unit 4

Topic: Restrictions for guests who are minors and restrictions for employees ages 18-20.
Information to be covered in this unit:

  1. It is illegal to serve or sell alcohol to persons under the age of 21.
  2. When can a minor consume alcohol?
  3. When can a minor be in a restricted area?
  4. Minor Postings signs.
  5. Minor entertainers and minor Vendors or Contractors.
  6. Minor Employees who do not have a Service Permit.
  7. What Minors who have a Service Permit can do.

Unit 5

Topic: Oregon Basic Retail Liquor Laws
Information to be covered in this unit:

  1. The most common Liquor Licenses
  2. Legal hours of alcohol sales and service
  3. Alcohol in a Licensed Premise
  4. Corking Wine
  5. No drinking while working
  6. Educational wine/beer/spirits tasting
  7. Conduct of Employees.
  8. Illegal Activity on a licensed premise
  9. Orderly Premises and Neighborhood Livability
  10. Certified Security
  11. Cooperating with OLCC regulatory Employees
  12. Liquor as a prize
  13. Prohibited Drink Promotions
  14. Food Service Requirements
  15. In-Room Supply of Alcohol
  16. Pregnancy Posting
  17. What happens if you violate a Liquor law

Unit 6

Topic: What is Alcohol and the Physical Impact on the Body?
Information to be covered in this unit:

  1. What is alcohol?
  2. Myths about alcohol
  3. How much alcohol is in one drink?
  4. How alcohol works in the body once consumed
  5. How do you become sober?
  6. What does BAC mean?
  7. How drugs and alcohol can affect a person and the results of such.

Unit 7

Topic: Strategies to control alcohol related problems.
Information to be covered in this unit:

  1. How to recognize those who are becoming a VIP, a visibly intoxicated person
  2. 50 signs on intoxication
  3. How to deal with a VIP
  4. How to deny service to a VIP
  5. Strategies for House Policies that will help reduce problems from Alcohol service.
  6. Managements’ commitment to responsible alcohol service
  7. The Designated Driver Program.

Unit 8

Topic: Checking IDS.
Information to be covered in this unit:

  1. Guests must appear to look 26 years of age or older,
  2. What are the 5 acceptable forms of identification?
  3. Stand alone ID versus Alternative ID
  4. What must a ID have on it to be legal?
  5. The use of the Statement of age Card
  6. The different Drivers License and Identification cards in Oregon.
  7. Things to look for on a suspect ID
  8. Denying service to a minor.

The goals of the AACEA ASE course are to teach students that they can have a positive influence on their guests while promoting responsible alcohol consumption which in turn will:

  • Reduce the number of drunk drivers
  • Reduce illegal alcohol sales to minors
  • Reduce alcohol abuse
  • Promote responsible consumption
  • Provide information to servers to protect them from third party liability lawsuits
  • Educate licensees and servers about Oregon liquor laws.