In order to be a professional, a bartender must be an aware and responsible server of alcohol beverages. Included in the cost of tuition is the TIPS PROGRAM, a nationally recognized and respected program in responsible alcohol beverage service. You will receive the knowledge and confidence to recognize potential alcohol related problems and learn how to intervene to help prevent alcohol related tragedies.
You will learn:
- To recognize the different signs of intoxication
- Steps to take — prevention of over service
- How to intervene in a tactful manner to prevent problems
- How to increase your communication skills in dealing with customers
- How to identify potential troublesome drinkers
- How to prevent alcohol sales to minors
- Compliance with state laws and how they affect you
- How to properly check IDs
- How to recognize fake IDs
As per the State of Rhode Island, General Laws, Titles 3, Chapter 3-7, section 3-7-61 “all persons who sell or serve alcoholic beverages, anyone serving in a supervisory capacity over those who sell or serve alcoholic beverages, anyone whose job description entails the checking of identification for the purchase of alcoholic beverages and valet parking staff shall receive Alcohol Server Training” within 60 days of employment.
Massachusetts currently has no state mandate but certain towns may require training.
The Professional School of Bartending provides a hands-on bartending program, TIPS certification, bartender certification, job placement assistance. Successfully training and placing bartenders in jobs throughout Boston vicinity, US Route 24, Tauton, Raynham, Mansfield, west throughout US Routes I-95 (MA and RI) Attleboro, and I-495, Worcester area and I-295 area, all over the south shore, Quincy, Dedham area, the South Coast and Cape Cod, Hyannis, Falmouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, greater Providence, Johnston, Warwick, Westerly area and Rhode Island since 1977. The Professional School of Bartending is not affiliated with Boston Bartenders school of America, Boston Bartenders School, Boston, Boston Bartenders School New Bedford, Boston Bartenders School Johnston, RI, Boston Bartenders School Framingham, Boston Bartenders School, Worcester. The Professional School of Bartending is not affiliated with Harvard Bartending Course. The Professional School of Bartending is not affiliated with New England Bartending School. The Professional School of Bartending is not affiliated with Rhode Island School of Bartending, Johnston, Rhode Island, RIBS, Johnston, RI. The Massachusetts Office of Private Occupational School Education, Division of Professional Licensure, has granted license exemption for the Professional School of Bartending.