(a) In order to be recognized and approved by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commissioner,
a responsible alcoholic beverage server training program shall include, but need not
be limited to, providing information related to the following:
(1) Alcohol as a drug and its effects on the body and behavior, especially as to driving
(2) Effects of alcohol in combination with commonly used legal prescription or nonprescription
drugs and illegal drugs;
(3) Recognizing the problem drinker and the identification of community treatment
programs and agencies;
(4) Applicable Delaware alcoholic beverage control laws and Alcoholic Beverage Control
(5) Delaware laws related to drinking and driving;
(6) Intervention techniques, involving methods of dealing with the problem customer
who has had, or is approaching the point of having had, too much to drink;
(7) Advertising, promotion and marketing of alcoholic beverages for safe and responsible
drinking patterns and standard operating procedures for dealing with customers.
(b) The Commissioner may by regulation provide additional training standards and curricula
to be included within any responsible alcoholic beverage server training program as
a condition to its being recognized and approved by the Commissioner.
(c) The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement shall provide a responsible alcoholic
beverage server training program through its trained personnel for a course approved
by the Commissioner and the Commissioner may approve and certify such a training program
or programs to be provided through independent contractors, private persons or educational
(d) Anyone required to undergo training in accordance with the provisions of this
chapter, who has within the previous 4 years successfully completed a responsible
alcoholic beverage server training program which satisfies the requirements of the
Commissioner, and is approved by the Commissioner, shall not be obligated to undertake
additional training until such time as the person is required to undergo renewal training
in accordance with § 1205 of this title.
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