TABC Ladies & Lords

 About Us

Ladies & Lords has been in the industry for 13 years helping waitresses, waiters bartenders and bar backs in many hotels, restaurants and bars, trying or best to provide them  with and easy to understand and affordable training.  For many years we have helped our Hispanic community by providing them with affordable classes held around their schedules, and now we have taken a step forward by offering the course online and really affordable.

 Ladies & Lords is proud to say that we work around your schedule by providing you with an online course that you can take when you have time after work at any time.  Ladies & Lords have been in the business for many years and will continue in the business for many more years helping the food and beverage industry with their TABC certifications.

Welcome To Ladies & Lords

Your one-stop shop for the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission (TABC) Certification Program

Our online TABC Certification program is a high quality course produces by 360 training and meets the State of Texas requirements. This online TABC course is accepted by the Texas largest food and beverage employers. Our online TABC Certification course is now only 2 hours long. The Texas TABC law now allows approved courses to be 2 hours in length and no more "6 hours to complete" rule. You may take as long as you need to complete the course. The new 2011 TABC Certification Course contains interactive videos and is easy to understand.

Who Should Be Certified?

Anyone who serves alcohol in the State of Texas should take this training and receive their TABC certificaion. Most all Texas alcohol serving businesses now require TABC certification of all of their employess.

  • Bartenders 
  • Bar Backs 
  • Servers 
  • Managers 

Why Should I Be Certified?

Effective Sept. 1, 2000: Anyone over 18 who sells, serves or delivers alcoholic beverages including persons who immediately manage, direct, supervise or control the sale or service of alcoholic beverages must be TABC Certified in order for the business to continue to receive "Safe Harbor" from fines and penalties related to employees actions. See Chap. 50-TABC for more info.


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