Take Our Washington Alcohol Training Online
Having the Mandatory Alcohol Server Training permit (MAST) to both prepare and serve alcohol is a state requirement in Washington. In order to obtain one of these permits, the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board has approved a training course program that can be completed online to allow you to earn your Class 12 and Class 13 Permit to serve and prepare alcohol, depending on your age.
Being able to earn your permit to prepare and serve alcohol has never been easier. As one of the nation’s leaders in policies and procedures to ensure companies function safely and efficiently, we are proud to help you earn your Washington MAST permit online.
Our course offers a money-back guarantee, the flexibility to earn your Washington State Class 12 Permit Online from the convenience of your own home and the ability to log on and off whenever you need to. With these convenient features, our MAST course allows each student to successfully earn their Washington State Class 12 Mixologist Permit online.
What is the Online MAST Course?
- The Mandatory Alcohol Server Training, or MAST, is a course that must be taken by anyone who will be preparing, selling or serving alcohol within the state of Washington. The Mandatory Alcohol Server Training has two groups, the Class 12 and Class 13, which are designated by age group.
- The Class 13 Permit is available for servers between the ages of 18 and 20, and allows them to sell and serve alcohol to a customer’s table.
- The Class 12 Mixologist Permit is available to all servers over the age of 21, and allows them to prepare alcoholic beverages, manage an establishment that serves alcohol, as well as other responsibilities included in the Class 13 Permit.
- While the differentiation for both permits is determined by age, the training for each permit does not change. For example, if an individual has a Class 13 Permit and turns 21 years old, they may request to upgrade their permit by contacting the provider that issued the permit.
The Class 12 Permits are good for five years. After the five-year life cycle of a permit, you must take another class in order to obtain a current MAST permit. If you’re unsure of the age of your permit, you may check the status of your permit in the MAST Permit Checker by entering your name, birthdate and permit number. If your permit has expired, your information will not appear.
About Our Washington State Class 12 Permit Online Training
The American Safety Council is a nationally known organization that offers traffic safety, workplace safety and continuing education for businesses and organizations under each state’s policies and procedures for training courses. All training is standardized by the highest regulators of the industry the course is provided for. Courses are offered online for ease and convenience, as well as to ensure participants have learned the information they need to perform successfully.
The Mandatory Alcohol Server Training is our online course to earn the Class 12 Permit required to serve and prepare alcohol within the state of Washington. The three-hour alcohol seller/server course provides students with all the MAST requirements in a convenient class. Our MAST course also offers 24/7 customer support, a money-back guarantee and the flexibility to log on and off the course as needed. Once the course is completed, participants will be automatically entered into Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board and will have their permit mailed to them.