TABC Education Center
This page provides TABC license and permit holders and their staff with courses they are required to take and optional guidance courses for most license and permit types. We encourage you to learn about the content on this page to ensure you stay in compliance with the law.
Opioid-Related Drug Overdose Course
Texas law requires the following parties to take this TABC course on opioid-related drug overdoses each year:
- Mixed Beverage Permit holders and Private Club Permit holders that are not restaurants
- Employees of these permit holders who are also required by the permit holder to complete TABC seller/server certification.
However, TABC encourages everyone to take this course. It could help save a life. The course provides information on the signs and symptoms of an opioid-related drug overdose and the administration of an opioid antagonist. This is the only TABC-approved course that meets the annual opioid-related drug overdose education requirement.
This section includes courses that provide information about the basic responsibilities of TABC licenses and permits. If you take one of these courses before submitting a TABC license or permit application, we encourage you to include a copy of the certificate with your application in the Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS).
Who Should Take This Course
|If the applicant is:
|Course can be taken by:
|Proprietorship - individual
|Limited liability company
|Manager and/or officer
|Limited liability partnership
|Primary public official
Each course contains several modules. Review each module under your license type
After reviewing your course, submit the online form to certify you completed the course.