360training expands alcohol training with the addition of 11 TIPS courses, including California RBS
TIPS launches its newly approved California Responsible Beverage Server course. While previous TIPS courses were approved by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC), this updated course specifically satisfies the AB 1221 Responsible Beverage Service Training Act, which requires RBS training for licensees. license, handlers and alcohol servers on site. .
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) designed these new regulations to reduce the risk of harm from alcohol in California communities. The course helps ensure that anyone who serves alcohol understands the dangers of underage drinking and over-serving intoxicated patrons. It is required by August 31, 2022.
What TIPS courses are currently available on 360training?
360training will continue to transition additional TIPS alcohol seller courses to our powerful training platform and, in the coming months, will deliver alcohol training anywhere in the world. United States. In addition to being available on GetTIPS.com, all certifications will be available on 360training’s Food & Beverage training site.
TIPS empowers and equips individuals with the skills and confidence to exercise control over their environment. As well as covering the latest regulatory guidelines, the by-product of this training is a higher level of listening and professionalism from your staff. TIPS helps individuals understand the difference between people having fun and people having problems with alcohol.
Why choose TIPS?
TIPS training programs for liquor servers and vendors are considered the “Gold Standard” of liquor education. Designed by experts in alcohol, adult education, hospitality and psychology, TIPS offers a dynamic course experience. Each course includes detailed content and quizzes, real-life videos, and interactive activities so participants can recognize potential problems and intervene to prevent alcohol-related tragedies.
The TIPS certification process hones the skills and knowledge necessary for responsible alcohol service. In addition to meeting regulatory requirements, TIPS training covers mitigation strategies that result in increased professionalism and better customer service among staff.
TIPS has proven to be a practical and effective method of reducing drink-driving and underage drinking. With courses specific to any situation or environment where alcohol is served, sold or consumed – onsite, offsite, offsite and delivery, gaming, concessions and academia – TIPS-trained employees enhance the public image of a establishment.
Who should be trained in TIPS?
Anyone who comes into contact with people who consume alcohol in your establishment. It’s not just for bartenders and servers. Valets, receptionists, hosts, cleaning staff, managers, reception, security and clerks, to name a few. Benefits of TIPS training include:
- Certification valid for up to 3 years in most states.
- Be a more attractive candidate.
- Develop intervention techniques specific to your industry that you won’t find in economy-level programs.
- Potentially avoid penalties and fines associated with illegal alcohol sales.
What does TIPS mean for your business?
Institutions that use TIPS benefit immediately by reducing risk and creating a safer and more responsible environment. TIPS training can:
- Reduce exposure to alcohol liability lawsuits.
- Ensure that alcohol training complies with national regulations.
- Reduce penalties for alcohol-related offences.
- Prevent property damage.
- Reduction of insurance premiums.
- Improve customer service and professionalism.
TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures) is the world leader in education and training for the responsible service, sale and consumption of alcohol. Over the past 42 years, TIPS has certified over 5.5 million participants and trainers on multiple websites, including GetTIPS.com and TIPSCertified.com.
About 360 Training
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