RAMP Training

RAMP Server Seller Training


RAMP Server Seller Training
This website and online training program were not created by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB), however, this course has the approval of the PLCB as a valid curriculum for the RAMP, server/seller training and is provided by ACE Food Handler.

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As a server of alcohol, you play a key role in managing alcohol consumption by your patrons. You can help keep customers from becoming intoxicated and help prevent youth from obtaining alcohol. Both of these play a major role in reducing the risk of alcohol-related incidents and liability.

By the end of this training, you should be able to distinguish between legal duties, house duties, and professional duties. You are required by law to follow legal duties and by your management to follow house duties. You decide which professional duties you will follow because you feel something is ethically or socially important.

This training will provide you with the tools needed to help you serve alcohol responsibly. You will learn how to recognize visible signs of alcohol impairment, ways to refuse service to a patron and how to spot a fraudulent form of identification (ID).

This online server/seller training is one of five components that must be completed in order for an establishment to become RAMP-certified.


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RAMP Server Seller Training

RAMP Server Seller Training – This course has the approval of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board as a valid curriculum for their RAMP server/seller training and is provided by ACE Food Handler.



RAMP Certification


This course introduces the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s, Responsible Alcohol Management Program (RAMP), and it’s roles in promoting safe and responsible alcohol service in Pennsylvania.

This course identifies the importance of laws, house policies, and various types of liabilities, and the duties that come with each of these. Alcohol and its effect on the body — mentally and physically — are covered in this course, as are the warning signs of intoxication.


Course content 

  • Introduction
  • Your responsibilities & obligations as a server or seller of alcohol
  • Alcohol and its effects on the body and community
  • Alcohol related laws, regulations & consequences
  • Checking identification
  • Strategies for preventing intoxication
  • Managing confrontational situations, refusing sales, documenting incidents
  • Sources of further information & support

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PLCB (Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board) recognizes the effects of alcohol on public peace and individual behavior. For this reason, the PLCB (Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board), state departments and employers require workers to get an alcohol certification. You can get your RAMP Certification Server Seller Training by completing our Pennsylvania state-approved RAMP alcohol seller and server certification program that shows you the rigors of alcohol sales and service, and provides you with the techniques you need to protect you and your employers from alcohol-related liabilities and administrative actions. You can get your RAMP alcohol seller sever certification online with ACE Food Handlers quality state-specific alcohol seller/server courses. ACE Food Handler Alcohol courses will help you build your competency in liquor sales and service. Simply click on the link to the Pennsylvania RAMP seller server certification and you will be directed to a Pennsylvania RAMP seller server certification state-specific course. Complete your purchase and you can start your course access right away. You can take the course at your convenience—you even have the option to finish the course within a day or a week. Receive your alcohol certificate upon completing the course. We will be reporting your course credits to the PLCB (Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board) RAMP Certification Training Division as soon as you pass the final exam.

RAMP Certification

Updated 10-15-2017


RAMP Server Seller Training





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