Known as an Oregon bartender licenseAn OLCC permit is a permit issued by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) to employees who serve alcohol in restaurants, taverns, nightclubs, bars, lounges, private clubs, and similar businesses.
To get an OLCC permit, you must:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Complete an OLCC training course from a certified provider such as our bartender license course
Here are some of the benefits of having an OLCC permit:
- It shows that you are committed to responsible alcohol service.
- It can help you get a job in the hospitality industry.
- It can help you avoid fines and other penalties for serving alcohol to minors or intoxicated customers.
- It can help you protect yourself and your customers from the dangers of alcohol abuse.
NOTE: Some states have their own abbreviations and terms they use for the alcohol server certification commonly referred to as a bartender license that are unique to state.
Some of the more popular bartender license abbreviations are listed below:
- CA - RBS Permit
- TX - TABC Card
- PA - RAMP Card
- WA - MAST Permit
- OR - OLCC Permit
- OK - ABLE License
- IL - BASSET License
- NY - ATAP Permit
- UT - E.A.S.Y. Permit
- and more