BASSET Training for Beverage Alcohol Sellers & Servers
If you are a beverage alcohol seller or server and you need ILCC BASSET training, our program is for you!
Gain the tools necessary to prevent and discourage over consumption and driving under the influence.
All on premise alcohol servers (and those checking identification for alcohol service) must take a BASSET (Beverage Alcohol Sellers and Servers Education and Training) for McLean, Logan and Livingston Counties.
When you work in the beverage and restaurant industry, fitting a four hour training into your schedule isn’t always easy. We offer multiple ways for you and your employees to attend a training that can work with your busy schedule.
- Open Enrollment classes: These are scheduled throughout the semester on Monday evenings. Please call 309-268-8160 for information on the next class.
- Customized Training on campus: We’ll work with your schedule and set up a training at one of our campus locations (Normal, Pontiac or Lincoln) based on the date and time that works best for you.
- Customized Training at your place of business: We can bring the training to you. We provide all the equipment necessary to teach the program, you just provide the space.
After successful completion of the training, you and your employees will receive a certificate of completion from Heartland Community College and a BASSET card in the mail from ILCC. You can also access your BASSET card online through the ILCC’s website. Certification is good for 3 years.
For pricing details or to schedule a customized training, please contact our office at 309-268-8160.
Find more information about the ILCC BASSET program at the Illinois Liquor Control Commission BASSET website.
Employment Statement for Job Training Programs
Heartland Community College does not guarantee employment upon completion of instructional programs. Students are responsible for researching relevant employment opportunities prior to registration. No refunds will be provided if a student fails to complete a course, does not pass a certification exam, or is unsuccessful at obtaining employment.