Responsible Vendor Training
A Responsible Vendor Program is an alcohol awareness training program that teaches the mandatory curriculum set forth by the commission. There are two types of programs for responsible vendor training.
- An In-House Program is administered by the vendor for the vendor's own employees
- A Public Program is administered to any individual by an entity other than a vendor. A public training program is also a training program administered by the vendor to both its own employees as well as other individuals
- You must be a person, corporation or entity and you must complete the forms prescribed by the commission to have a responsible vendor training program.
- Complete the TABC Responsible Vendor Program Application
- If the applicant is a corporation or LLC, a copy of the corporate charter, articles of organization and/or certificate of authority must be submitted
- If the applicant is a partnership, a copy of the certificate filed with the TN secretary of state's office (if a limited partnership), or other document evidencing formation of such a partnership is required
- Provide a true and exact copy of the curriculum meeting and all mandatory requirements including training materials and tests to be used during training.
- Provide the application fee
The responsible vendor training program should provide a renewal application and any changes made to the program and appropriate fee.