Off-Premise Alcohol Training for New York Cashiers & Clerks

Off-premise ATAP training is developed to help cashiers, store clerks, managers and store owners understand the legal responsibilities involved in selling alcohol in the state of New York. This training helps to protect employees and companies from liability by teaching vendors of alcohol how to prevent the sale of alcohol to minors, determine levels of intoxication, refuse a sale, and prevent or manage disturbances.

What the Off-Premise Course Covers

The off-premise Alcohol Training Awareness Program course contains information, facts and case studies specific to selling alcohol for off-premise consumption. The course includes information about:

  • How To Identify Intoxication and/or Alcoholism
  • How To Identify Minors & Avoid Alcohol Sales To Minors
  • How To Check & Validate Identification
  • Methods For Refusing A Sale
  • Intoxication Laws

Who Should Take the Off-Premise ATAP Course

  • Wine & Liquor Store Cashiers
  • Grocery Store Cashiers
  • Store Supervisors
  • Store Managers
  • Store Owners
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Who Should Take an ATAP Course?

Any employee who sells, serves, dispenses or delivers alcoholic beverages can benefit from the Alcohol Training Awareness Program, including waiters and servers, bartenders and bar backs, cashiers and store owners.

Employers requiring ATAP training for their employees can save money with bulk rate and corporate discounts!

» Bulk Discounts

Presented by:

American Safety Council