Alcohol server training

Partnership Carson City, the Carson City Sheriff’s Office and school resource officers are working together to offer no-cost, certificate education on Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL).

The collaborators are providing a server training at 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 6 via Zoom that certifies those who work in the industries which sell and serve alcohol.

Samantha Szoyka, youth program coordinator for PCC, and Jarrod Adams, a sheriff’s office school resource officer, will host the server training. The webinar will include alcohol awareness and the Carson laws to sell or serve liquor. The course will run about an hour long, providing certification to sell and serve liquor. Participants will learn how to spot a fake ID and learn levels of impairment. For this first online course, the $20 fee will be waived for those who attend.

“We wanted to make sure we’re providing tools for those who work within restaurants and stores that sell liquor even during this pandemic,” Szoyka said. “We know doors aren’t open at this time to eat and get a drink, but we can certify those who are going to be looking for a job in the industries.”

Szoyka added that the training is a great way to make sure that positive drinking habits are reminded during this time of shelter in place. This course allows us to prepare and build those habits.

Instructions for joining the Zoom sessions are available below.

Be sure to connect with Partnership Carson City on FacebookTwitter and Instagram as well as on YouTube for more educational and health-based webinars.

To join the online Zoom meeting, CLICK HERE. Or read below for more information.

Zoom is a web-based online meeting platform that offers flexibility for you to call you’re your computer or phone or both.

Please follow these steps to join the meeting.

STEP 1:

Click the URL website link provided to connect to the meeting.

Here it is again:  CLICK HERE

You may need to download the Zoom software — easier than it sounds; you’ll be prompted with instructions to follow. It’s recommended you test your system by clicking on the link in advance of the meeting to ensure your system is up-to-date.

STEP 2:

You’ll be asked if you’re joining by computer audio or phone. Most likely you will need to join by phone (it’s listed on the top of the box), unless your computer has audio or you are using a tablet (like an iPad).

  • If you click computer, it will give you instructions to test your speakers.
  • If you select phone, the phone number option and meeting ID will appear on your screen. Just dial the number and when prompted, enter the meeting ID and follow the prompts.

There are several numbers provided and are designed to serve as a back-up, but each will connect to the same meeting (they are offered due to high call volumes).

STEP 3:

If you’re joining before the meeting starts, you’ll see the main screen.

STEP 4:

We recommend that if needed, you turn off the video of yourself and mute yourself unless conversation or interaction is desired.

If you need technical assistance, text Partnership’s Samantha Szoyka at (775) 291-6715 – and she’ll call you to discuss.

2020-04-28T11:19:09-07:00April 28th, 2020|Alcohol, Community, News|
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