New York Alcohol Training & Certification
Professional Bartending Schools of America makes obtaining your New York Alcohol Awareness Training Program (ATAP) certification simple
and hassle free.
The PBSA Inc. Learn2Serve Alcohol Seller/Server On & Off Training is approved through the Empire State Restaurant and Tavern Association and will serve as a valid training certificate for the awareness program.
Who Should Be Certified?
Anyone who serves alcohol in the State of New York should take this training and receive their certificaion.
- Bar Backs
- Liquor Store Clerks
Online New York Alcohol Training Awareness
Program (ATAP) Certification Course
Course Price: $25
How Do I Get Certified?
Follow these easy steps below to take your training and receive your certification.
- Enroll in our class by clicking on the "Enroll Now" button above.
- Complete the New York alcohol course online.
- Print your certification immediately.
- Receive your original certificate by mail in 3-5 business days.
Why Should I Be Certified?
Responsible alcohol certification for servers of alcohol is not yet required by New York state law. However, many large companies are now
requiring any employee serving alcohol to the public to be certified by a state-recognized responsible alcohol program.
In addition, many of the large insurance companies that write the liquor liability insurance for the establishments are requiring them to have
all of their staff certified.
What this means to you as a liquor-serving employee is that you not only receive protection in the event of an alcohol-involved incident, but
you will become more hirable by these quality companies since you will already be certified by a program that is approved through the Empire
State Restaurant Association.
We know you have a tough schedule and that's why we're the only provider offering live 24-hour help to make sure you don't waste
time if you’re in need of technical assistance.
In New York, responsible alcohol service training provides mitigating benefits: The New York State Liquor Authority (NYSLA) will
consider training a mitigating factor if, at the time of violation, the person who committed the violation held a valid certificate of completion
or renewal from a certified alcohol training awareness program provider and the licensee diligently implemented and complied with training