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New York Alcohol Training

New York Alcohol Training
Certificate Valid For: 3 Years
Approximate Time: 2 hours
Compatible On: Computers, tablets, and smartphones.
Available Languages: English
Price: $19.95
New York Alcohol Training Awareness Program (ATAP)

This course has been approved by New York State’s Liquor Authorities. Learning techniques dealing with the responsible service of alcohol beverages is an important part of protecting yourself, your establishment, and your customers from alcohol-related incidents before they occur. This interactive online training course will provide you with the necessary tools and skills you need to ensure the safe and legal service of alcoholic beverages. TAP is the quickest and most enjoyable way to earn your New York Alcohol Certificate. The course is simple to use, accessible 24 x 7, and can be accessed from your smartphone, computer, or tablet. Due to the unique bookmarking feature within the course, you can log out of the course and re-start later where you last left off. This flexibility has made TAP's online course the #1 way to get certified as a New York Alcohol Server. Print your card immediately after you complete the training course. Once you have purchased the course, you can begin by going to and click Login To Course. Corporate Accounts are available for volume discounts. Please contact TAP Series directly at to set up a corporate account.

Upon successful completion print your certificate. The certificate is valid for 3 years. New York State law does not mandate alcohol training for seller and servers, but many local jurisdictions and employers require an employee who sells or serves alcohol to complete an approved responsible alcohol training course and obtain the certificate. ATAP training is considered to be a mitigating factor in the case of any lawsuit liabilities and can possibly offer a limited affirmative defense to reduce charges or lessen sentences in the case of an alcohol law violation. The validity of this course is believed to be factual as reported by the regulatory agency, but as laws can change should be verified with the regulatory agency. This course information should not be relied upon in place of regulatory agency verification.