Washington Mandatory Alcohol Server Training (MAST)
Also known as a Class 12 or Class 13 Permit with our state-approved online training. Washington Mandatory Alcohol Seller/Server Training (MAST) is ideal for all employees and employers involved in the dispensing, selling or serving of alcohol in the state of Washington. If you are a returning student click on the "Log Into Your Account" link on the top of the page. If you are a new student click on the Get Started Now button below.
Washinton State Approved since 2012. Over 15k students have completed our training course.
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Proof of Completion After Class
Proof of Completion to print to show your employer that you have completed the online course.
2017 New Washington Driver's License and ID Card Information
As of February 2017, Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL) has implemented new forms of identification and The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) would like us to help share the information with all of you. Below is a link to the Washington Department of Licensing that will explain all of the changes and what to look for in the new Identification that is now available.
As an alcohol server with a MAST Permit we must stay up to date with all of the new laws and ID changes to help prevent serving alcohol to minors with Fake ID's. Please take a momement to look at the new style and share this information with your co-workers.
A+ Server Education is dedicated to help train servers, managers and owners proper techniques to serve alcohol. Being in the business for over 18 years we understand the liability and risks you take when you serve alcohol. Not only does irresponsible alcohol service cause a huge financial burden but the personal and mental effects that can happen to someone who over serves a customer can be catastrophic.
We feel it is our duty to educate the community about the effects of alcohol and the impact it can cause if improperly used. We also believe that this can be done in a fun and effective manner. By involving visual and simulation modules the class is very entertaining and informative even for the experienced server.
Mast Permit Checker
Click the Mast Permit Checker button bellow to see if your permit is still vaild.
Study at your own pace, quick and easy course units. Save time and gas, course is available 24/7. Take it on your own time.
Class 12 or Class 13 Permit
Permits are issued based off of your age. If you are over 21 you will recieve the Class 12 permit. If you are 18-20 you will recieve the Class 13 Permit. We offer free upgrades for anyone that takes our course and recieves the Class 13 Permit. More information about this in our online course.
Why Are Servers Required To Take An Alcohol Education Class?
The intent of server education is to help servers develop the knowledge and skills that support responsible alcohol service. By law, classes must take 3 hours and cover the following topics:
The effects of alcohol on the body and behavior, including the interaction of alcohol with other drugs.
Washington's alcohol sale and service laws, including drunk driving laws.
Intervention techniques for dealing with intoxicated and underage customers.
Responsible marketing and management procedures.
At the end of each class, students take a multiple-choice test. Students need a score of 80% to pass. More than 99% of students pass the test the first time they take it. Students who fail may retake the test as many times until they pass the test. The test is designed to reinforce the learning process. It is not used to exclude students from the alcohol industry.
Course Content Preview
We will cover the differences between the Class 12 and Class 13 permits. Also talk about what to do if you lose the permit or if your name changes.
Class 12 / Class 13
We will cover what to look for when checking ID's. How to spot a fake ID and how to verify if the person handing you the ID is that person.
Minor ID's / The 100 Rule / Verticle vs. Horizontal
We will cover what to do if the Liquor Cannabis Board or Police officer comes into your establishment.