What’s the difference between on-site and online TABC certification?
July 8, 2014
On-Site vs. Online TABC Certification Course
What’s the difference between attending an on-site TABC certification course versus taking a TABC certification course online? You might be surprised to know each option has its own unique advantages, and luckily for you TABC On The Fly is licensed by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission to teach both!
Online TABC Certification Advantages
There are three distinct advantages to getting your TABC certification online through TABC On The Fly: Cost, speed, and convenience. Our online TABC certification course
only costs $10.99 and is completely self-paced, so you can go as fast or slow as you want. And you can’t beat the convenience of getting it done in the privacy of your own home.
On-Site TABC Course Advantages
So what are the advantages of attending an on-site TABC certification class? The greatest advantage is that it’s a great educational tool for those who may be new to the service industry or for managers and owners who are having issues with employees not following the law in regards to selling and serving alcohol. The course content is the same on-site versus online, but students in an on-site class are forced to sit and listen to me speak for two hours without messing with common distractions of taking the course online at home. Students who attend one of my on-site TABC certification classes also have the ability to ask questions and engage in dialogue regarding various scenarios they might encounter on the job.
TABC On The Fly is an official provider of on-site and online TABC certification approved by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
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