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Saskatchewan Bartending Certification

Saskatchewan Bartending Certification

Saskatchewan Bartender’s License

Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, and Swift Current, Saskatchewan Bartending Schools

The Saskatchewan Bartending Course is held once each month and this class fills up quickly! To learn more about starting dates and how you can enroll, please call, email, or fill out the request information form today!

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About Our Saskatchewan 1-Week Bartending Course

Since 2010, Local Bartending Schools (NEBS) has been training bartenders in the greater Saskatchewan area. Our journey began in Saskatoon, and we have since expanded to locations including downtown Vegas, Worcester, and Miami, Florida.

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Our one-week, 21-hour bartending course is now available at the Holiday Inn in Saskatchewan. The complete course costs only $549.00.

Other courses: Barterding 101, Bartending 201 – certification+”, “Mixology and Bartending 301″.

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Saskatchewan Bartending Certification Requirements

Saskatchewan does not have a Provincial law regulating the legal age an individual needs to be to consume, sell, or serve alcoholic beverages.   The name of the certificate in Saskatchewan is called, SIRS – or Serve It Right Saskatchewan.

Serve it Right is mandatory under SK policy.

    •      • The certificate lasts for 5 years. After another exam is required.
    •      • The test requires a score of 70% or higher to pass

What is SIRS – or Serve It Right?

SIRS is a three-part program.

  1. An online study course
  2. Secondly, an official exam
  3. Lastly, a Certificate is received immediately after passing

The online course only has liquor responsibility training. The costs of this program $40 and go up.


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189-1621 Albert Street
Regina, SK

Bartending License regulations for sellers and servers in Saskatchewan
SK Happy Hour Laws: The Province of Saskatchewan does not have Province-wide Happy Hour Prohibitions. Such laws may exist in your city or county. Check with your local jurisdiction for any restrictions.

Saskatchewan Province law requires all bars to close by 2:00 AM. (Some municipalities require an earlier closing.)

Within Saskatchewan, the legal age to consume alcoholic beverages is 21.

LBS of Saskatchewan Headquarters
Royal Bank Building,
2010 11th Ave
7th Floor,
Regina, SK S4P 0J3

Saskatchewan Certification Online

Courses may be taken online. However, an in-person final exam will be followed by a proctor.

LBS certification is valid throughout Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan accepts our online certification. The control board does not require a proctored exam, which means you don’t have to sit in front of a person to take the test. The test will take about half an hour. Additional proctoring fees apply. These fees are not included in the cost of the course.

On-Premise and Off-Premise Saskatchewan Alcohol Beverage Control Cards (AON) Offered Here

Saskatoon requires all servers to be trained and demands all servers have an Alcohol Education Card. Many non-serving positions will also require a card even if you are not serving alcohol. Just being in the same establishment can be enough of a reason to get a card. Training is optional in all other counties, but a proctor is required to get the hard plastic Alcohol Education card.

Our students sit at the bar and watch our qualified instructors prepare and explain each drink in front of them. Our students then spend the rest of their class making the drinks behind an actual bar under the close supervision of our instructors.

Not in Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, and Swift Current?
Our mobile instructors will drive to your home. Our teachers will bring all of the equipment to you. Full certification is available through our mobile bartending school.