New Jersey Bartending License
For 35 years, our New Jersey alcohol server certification training has offered the most recommended and preferred course for bartenders, waitstaff, or managers to get their NJ bartending license. Our New Jersey alcohol training course follows the rules and regulations set by the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control. This New Jersey bartender license and alcohol server certification covers for both on-premise and off-premise situations. You'll learn alcohol awareness training, intervention techniques, server duties, carding procedures, and New Jersey alcohol laws as well as their dramshop laws. All in a simple online alcohol server training course that is easy to understand.
Many servers and bartenders know our alcohol certification as the New Jersey bartending license.
Advantages of our online course:
- Easily complete at your own pace
- Login and out of course as many times as needed to complete
- Up to 6 months to complete your course
- Only 70% to pass and get your certificate
- Retake final exam until pass if needed FREE
- Immediately download & email your certificate for FREE
We cover topics in our New Jersey alcohol certification course about how old you need to be to become a bartender and how to get your bartender license. For reference, we have a web page dedicated to some helpful bartender career statistics in the US. For general information on obtaining a bartending license (not specific to any state), see our Ultimate Guide to Getting a Bartending License.
Staff members who serve or handle food should also have their New Jersey Food Handler certification.
TIPS Certification, ServSafe, and Serving Alcohol
You probably heard of all three of these responsible alcohol seller server training courses. It’s important to note that TIPS certification, ServSafe, and Serving Alcohol are not “types” of alcohol training certification. Instead, all three are “brands” of responsible alcohol training. Think of how some people will ask for a Kleenex instead of a tissue. Kleenex is a brand of tissue, not a type of tissue.
Employers often tell you to get your New Jersey TIPS certification or ServSafe certification. You are not locked into taking any specific training providers. You can choose the training provider for your New Jersey alcohol seller server training.
For over 35 years, Serving Alcohol has trained hundreds of thousands of people, their employers, and businesses. Many state alcoholic beverage control commissions prefer Serving Alcohol training for businesses and their staff members. Serving Alcohol only provides alcohol training courses that follow and teach New Jersey alcohol laws for staff of employers and businesses. Feel free to ask us more about the differences and similarities through our Contact Us page. You have a choice to accommodate your employer’s request for New Jersey alcohol certification.
Our team believes providing responsible alcohol training is more than just a basic notion, it's a responsibility and livelihood that we take very seriously. Our courses are developed by trained professionals with over 35 years of experience to ensure maximum impact on your staff and business. We are also proud to have a responsive and highly knowledgeable support team based in the United States. They are available 7 days a week to answer any questions you may have. Our customers regularly tell us how much they appreciate it, and it is a big reason why they come back year after year.
We've even been recognized by Bar and Restaurant Magazine, and invited to speak at regulatory conversations concerning up-to-date industry changes. We believe that our training is of superior quality because it's created using years of in-the-field experience and continuous training, all with a focus on keeping employees, businesses, and their surrounding communities safe and prosperous.
Recommended & Recognized by Insurance Carriers
Our courses are recommended and endorsed by liability insurance carriers. Most liability insurance carriers for alcohol-serving establishments (restaurants, bars, taverns, and nightclubs) require all employees to hold an alcohol certification. Therefore, they will need your staff to remain current with New Jersey liquor laws, regulations, and rules in regard to the service of alcohol. As a result, more businesses are requiring our New Jersey alcohol server certification as a condition of employment.
Quick & Easy to Get Certified Today
Our New Jersey Alcohol Seller Server Course is simple to enroll in and easy to take. Begin it in one sitting or leave and come back to the course as many times as needed. Select your course, click Enroll Now, complete the course, and print your certificate. Need to be compliant in a hurry? Your New Jersey Alcohol Seller Server Course certificate is available to you immediately upon completion as an emailed PDF file. Complete it tonight and email it to your manager before going to work tomorrow.
Use Computer, Tablet, or Cell Phone
Our New Jersey Alcohol Seller Server Course is responsive. Take it on a computer, laptop, tablet, cellphone, on the go, or while you sit at home. Now training can be done on your terms.
Completion 100% Guaranteed
We give you multiple chances to take the course. Busy? Multi-tasking? No worries. Come back until you get it completed, guaranteed.
Serving Alcohol, Inc. has over 35 years of experience in teaching alcohol awareness, intervention techniques, server duties, carding procedures, and state laws. Our New Jersey bartender license and alcohol server course will teach you:
- How to protect yourself and your establishment from liability
- How alcohol affects your customers
- How to recognize the effects of alcohol on your customers
- How to prevent customers from becoming overly intoxicated
- How to intervene when you need to refuse a sale
- How to avoid and deal with disturbances
- How to accurately check IDs and recognize minors with fake IDs
- How to prevent second-party transactions
- How to react to authorities when a problem arises
New Jersey Responsible Alcohol Service
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions