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ServSafe Alcohol training

The ServSafe Alcohol program is an award-winning program designed for restaurants and hospitality businesses. Those who complete the Washington version of the ServSafe Alcohol course and exam will not only receive their ServSafe Alcohol certification, but their Washington state required MAST (Class 12 or Class 13) permit as well.

By providing practical knowledge and best-in-class resources, ServSafe Alcohol helps servers put knowledge into action when it matters most. That makes ServSafe Alcohol the smart training solution for every operation and every classroom.

At any time you can take the course online. In-person classes can be requested if you have ten or more individuals that will be attending.


You now have the option to create an administrator profile on the ServSafe website to assign courses and track your employees progress! Please contact us at for more information.
Important Updates!

Washington State now allows residents to choose “X” as their gender on state driver licenses, instruction permits and identification cards. See this flyer for more information. Contact us at to request the change on your MAST permit while we update our course.


Review Implied Consent laws in WA State here: RCW 46.20.308.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does the online course cost?
How long is the online course?
How long is my permit valid?
When will I receive my permit?
How do I upgrade my permit from a Class 13 to a Class 12?
What if I completed and passed the exam but have not yet received my permit in the mail?
What if I fail the exam?
I lost my permit / need my permit reprinted.

WSLCB has certified the Mandatory Alcohol Server Training course based on the Washington Administrative Code 314-17 and any other information on this website that is not a part of the MAST course may not be certified by WSLCB.