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Washington Mandatory Alcohol Server Training (MAST) provided by A+ Server Education. 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 alcohol in the state of Washington.
As a participant in this course, you agree to the following:
- Attend, view, and complete the course and exam in its entirety.
- Provide your personal information necessary to issue the MAST permit. Information includes full name, date of birth, email address, Social Security Number, mailing address, height, and weight. Your information will not be sold, shared, or provided by anyone other than the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB).
- The final exam is a closed book exam. Notes, study guides, or help from any individual are NOT permissible during the exam.
- A tuition of $16.99 is due before taking the class. No refunds will be issued once the course is completed. If you fail the final exam, you may retake the course and exam until achieving a passing grade for free.
- Your permit will be issued and mailed to you within 30 days of the course completion. If you do not receive your permit within 30 days, please contact us. After you contacting us, if you still don’t receive your permit, contact the WSLCB.
- If you are under 21 and are issued a Class 13 permit, you can receive a free upgrade to a Class 12 permit by contacting us after your 21st birthday.
- If you lose your permit and or need to change the name on the permit, you may contact us for a replacement permit or the WSLCB.
- Your MAST permit may be suspended if you are six months or behind in child support payments. If you have questions about this, please call your DSHS representative or the WSLCB.
- Office hours are Monday thru Friday from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. excluding holidays and weekends. We will return all phone calls within 24 hours or the next business day. If you call during business hours and get our voicemail, please leave a message, and we will return your phone call as soon as possible. We provide online training for many states, and because of this, you could be directed to the voicemail during business hours.
Why does WSLCB require SSN?
Following RCW 74.20A.320, the Division of Child Support (DCS) certifies and requires Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board the suspension or cancellation of permits of the non-custodial parents are at least six months in arrears on child support payments. The WSLCB will invalidate any permits issued to these individuals.
Please contact the WSLCB for questions or comments.
Phone: (360) 664-1600
The goals of this course are:
- To promote responsible alcohol consumption through responsible alcohol service
- To give you the knowledge and skills to prevent alcohol sales to minors and apparently intoxicated persons and avoid third-party liability lawsuits
- To help you realize that your actions can reduce the number of intoxicated drivers, deaths, injuries, and other costs resulting from alcohol abuse
- To help you serve alcohol responsibly by not serving minors or apparently intoxicated persons.
- Students must complete the entire class before taking the exam.
- The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) requires that this course must take at least 3 hours to complete.
- Students may not drink alcohol or be under the influence of intoxicants during the class and exam.
- The seminar you are attending does not represent all legal issues concerning liquor laws in Washington State.
- No Refunds Will Be Issued Once The Course is Purchased
- If the student does not pass the course, they may retake the course free of charge until they pass the course.
Our course is designed to educate about responsible alcohol service. The State of Washington requires the completion of a state-certified MAST program by anyone who serves alcohol or manages alcohol servers. By completing our course, you will be able to obtain a Class 12 or 13 permits. Our goal is to provide you with the information needed to fully comply with the legal requirements of alcohol service in the State of Washington. The study portion of the training course must be completed in its entirety before taking the final exam.