New Jersey TIPS Certification Online
Responsible alcohol training is not mandated by the state of New Jersey. However, some New Jersey Insurance companies have made certification mandatory for the bars to purchase liquor liability insurance.
TIPS On-Premise, Off-Premise and TIPS Gaming online courses are all accepted statewide in New Jersey. Sign up below or visit the course of you choice using the "TIPS Online Courses" menu to the upper left for detailed information.Please Be Sure to Click on the Correct Course For Your Establishment!
The Jersey Shore and Atlantic City have a tourist based economy with people from all over the world visiting bars, restaurants and casinos with a vacation attitude and different appearing ID's. The TIPS alcohol course gives special priority to people skills, in that it focuses on how service professionals can notice when different types of people are intoxicated, awareness in confronting customers when they've had one drink too many and how to notice a fake ID.
TIPS now offers online training, providing the full benefits of the program, but at a much lower cost and in the comfort of your own home.
With so much at stake, TIPS has made it less complicated for prospective alcohol servers to get certified. By providing an online platform, certification only take 2 to 3 hours at a much lower cost and in an environment where you can go at your own pace. Take the course at home or anywhere with a wifi connection.
New Jersey Alcohol Alcohol Laws
This information has been provided to us by the regulating agency and is believed to be correct. However, laws and regulations may change at any time, and the information provided should not be relied upon in place of official documents or legal advice. For more information or clarification, consult the regulatory body for this jurisdiction directly.
Last checked: 09/17/2012
|Age to Consume||21|
|Age to Pour||18|
|Age to Sell||18|
|Age to Serve||18|
|DUI/DWI Under Age Limit||.01|
|Maximum Alcohol per Drink||Not Regulated|
|Number of Drinks at One Time||Not regulated, however care must be taken to prevent over consumption of alcohol.|
|Dram Shop Liability Laws||Yes|
|Social Host Liability Laws||Yes|
|Server Training Required by State||No|
|ID Confiscation Allowed||No - New Jersey recommends that licensees who recognize an ID to be false contact the police instead of seizing the ID|
|Recommended Age for Carding||None|
Acceptable Forms of ID - New Jersey
- Valid New Jersey driver's license, or any state-issued driver's license
- Valid federal photo ID
- Valid official photo identification card issued by any state or the federal government
- Military ID
It is not required for someone to have an identification card on their person in order to be served alcohol, but licensee must require identification to establish a legal defense.
ID Information last checked 04/08/2010