Since 1978, The Professional Bartending School of Atlanta has trained thousands of bartenders and servers in the Atlanta area. We believe in teaching a high quality program here at our campus. This is why we have chosen to teach the ServSafe Alcohol program.
Over the years, we have taught many responsible alcohol programs such as the TIPS Server Training Program and the Barcode program, but we feel the ServSafe Program by the National Restaurant Association is the best.
ServSafe Alcohol is a real world preparation for any situation. Responsible alcohol service is an issue that touches your business, your customers and your community.
That’s why the National Restaurant Association Education Foundation (NRAEF) developed the ServSafe Alcohol Program to raise the bar in responsible alcohol service training and certification. ServSafe Alcohol is today’s real-world training solution, with practical knowledge and best-in-class resources that help to prepare and protect every operation every day.
In short, it sets the standard for responsible alcohol service training. Take a closer look at the program and it’s easy to see why.
ServSafe Alcohol is vital, practical and current responsible alcohol service training. It implements the same approach ServSafe® pioneered for the industry’s most recognized food safety training and certification. That makes ServSafe Alcohol a smart training solution for every operation and every classroom.
The ServSafe Alcohol 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, explores real-world situations and makes it all engaging and accessible with the latest instructional design techniques.
Lessons cover essential information, including alcohol laws and responsibilities, evaluating intoxication levels, dealing with difficult situations and checking identification.