The Differences Between a Class 12 and Class 13 MAST Permit
There are a few key differences between the Class 12 and 13 MAST Permits.
A Class 12 MAST Permit legally allows you to perform more duties than a Class 13 MAST Permit, however, you are required to be at least 21 years of age or older in order to be qualified for a Class 12 MAST Permit.
The good news is, the Mandatory Alcohol Server Training Class is the same regardless of your age/what permit you're eligible for! Once you complete the MAST training your permit is issued based solely on your age.
So now you may be asking... "What does the Class 12 and Class 13 MAST Permit allow one to do?"
A Class 13 MAST Permit allows you to perform the below duties:
A Class 12 MAST Permit allows you to perform the duties of a Class 13 MAST Permit holder plus the below:
In summary, the main differences between these two permit types are eligibility requirements (you must be at least 21 or older to receive a Class 12 MAST Permit) and the duties that are permitted to be performed by each type (as seen in the images above).
Now that we've cleared that up for you, please feel free to check out our Online MAST Permit Training Course to receive your very own Class 12 or 13 MAST Permit!
Cheers, and happy training!