MT DOR seeks volunteers to train responsible alcohol sales and service

The Montana Department of Revenue is encouraging people to apply to the department’s liquor education program as volunteer trainers. The volunteers work in Let’s Control It, the agency’s training program for responsible alcohol sales and service. They train Montana liquor license holders about the state’s requirements for selling and serving alcohol.
“We count on our volunteers to conduct these important training and we really appreciate their efforts and the time they invest,” said director Mike Kadas, Montana Department of Revenue.
The department is accepting applications and supplemental questions until March 31. You can find the application, supplemental questions, and the trainer requirements at You can apply online, or call (406) 444-4307 to request application materials by mail. If you apply on paper, send your completed materials to Department of Revenue, Liquor Control Division, Education Unit, P.O. Box 1712, Helena, MT 59624. Or, fax materials to (406) 444-0718.
“Our agency works to make sure liquor licensees have the knowledge and skills they need to ensure public health and safety and to comply with the law,” said Lisa Scates, alcohol education coordinator for the department’s Liquor Control Division.
For more information, contact Lisa Scates at (406) 444-4307 or


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