Our instructors will come to your business to train and certify your staff. We use the ServSafe¨ Alcohol Training Certification Course to teach you and your staff local liquor laws. The alcohol training will go over your responsibilities when serving alcohol at your establishment. This is nationally accepted along with the TIPS program. This course pays off in many ways> Itreduces your liability insurance and protects yourself and your establishment from law suit. . We specialize in providing this alcohol training at your location for your staff.
ServSafe Alcohol training is vital, practical and current curriculum. It implements the same approach ServSafe® pioneered for the industry’s most recognized food safety training and certification. That makes ServSafe Alcohol Training a smart training solution for every operation and every classroom. Real-world expertise makes a real difference.
The ServSafe Alcohol training program was developed with input from experts in the restaurant, legal, regulatory, academic, insurance, medical and law enforcement fields. Together, they determined the tasks that the front-of-the-house needs to know. It’s a holistic approach that helps assure everyone has the training they need to serve alcohol responsibly. ServSafe Alcohol includes the latest studies and science-based information. It explores real-world situations and makes it all engaging and accessible with the latest instructional design techniques. Today’s biggest issues are brought to the forefront. Lessons cover essential information, including alcohol laws and responsibilities, evaluating intoxication levels, dealing with difficult situations and checking identification.
Private 4 hour alcohol training class: $450 per course plus $25 charge per person for reference and training materials, certification exam and certificate.
What lessons will ServSafe Alcohol deliver to your staff?
Here is an at-a-glance overview of the essential information the ServSafe Alcohol Training Course puts at everyone’s fingertips.
Alcohol Law and Your Responsibility
- Your Responsibility as a Seller or Server of Alcohol
- The Role of the Liquor Authority
- Laws Restricting Alcohol Service
Recognizing and Preventing Intoxication
- Alcohol and the Body
- Factors that Affect Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)
- Assessing Intoxication: Counting Drinks
- Assessing Intoxication: Observing Guests for Signs of Intoxication
- The Importance of Observation and Communication
- Preventing Guests from Becoming Intoxicated
- Acceptable Forms of Identification
- Verifying Identification
- The Proper Procedure for Checking IDs
- Dealing with a Fake ID
Handling Difficult Situations
- Handling Intoxicated Guests: Stopping Service
- Handling Intoxicated Guests: Arriving and Departing
- Handling Potentially Violent Situations and Illegal Activities
- Documenting Incidents