What is the purpose of this chapter?
What are the two types of alcohol server training permits?
How long are class 12 and 13 permits good for?
Does a permit holder have to carry his or her class 12 or 13 permit?
Are employers responsible for ensuring that their employees have class 12 or 13 permits?
How are lost class 12 and 13 permits replaced?
May an eighteen to twenty year-old student who takes and passes a class 12 training course upgrade to a class 12 permit upon turning twenty-one without retaking the training course?
How do I get a class 12 or 13 permit in Washington if I was trained in another state?
How do I become a provider?
What are the course standards, course content, and other requirements for class 12 or 13 training programs?
How does a provider receive certification for its trainers?
What criminal history would prevent a person from receiving certification to be a trainer?
How does a provider get class 12 or 13 permit forms?
What should a provider or a trainer do when a class 12 or 13 permit is issued in error?
What records must a provider or trainer submit to the board or keep on file?
Prohibited conduct by providers and trainers.
What must a provider do when a trainer violates a liquor law or regulation?
What are the penalties when a provider or a trainer violates a liquor law or regulation?
What are the penalties when a permit holder violates a liquor law or regulation?
May the board impose sanctions or penalties other than those described in WAC 314-17-105