The eTIPS program addresses concerns specific to restaurants, hotels, nightclubs, and other on-premise liquor license holders and is tailored to apply to regulations unique to
The eTIPS course is a self-paced, innovative approach to alcohol server training. It allows participants to obtain practical and valuable training anywhere and at almost any time. Most importantly, this new tool will provide
The course, introduced to alcohol servers in 2005, has also exceeded expectations for eLearning in general. eTIPS can be used on a wide range of computers, and HCI is able to control the experience for students and address problems directly. "I was concerned that we would lose the human element with an eLearning course, but eTIPS makes servers assess and evaluate alcohol-related situations they face every day. I was very pleased with the level of interactivity and the human feel of the course," remarked
Health Communications, Inc. is the provider of the country's leading alcohol server training program. Over the last 25 years HCI has certified 45,000 trainers and more than three million servers, sellers, and consumers worldwide with the TIPS program. TIPS (Training for Intervention ProcedureS) is a classroom-based training program that gives servers, sellers, and consumers of alcohol the knowledge and confidence they need to recognize potential alcohol-related problems and teach them to effectively intervene to prevent alcohol-related tragedies. With the addition of eTIPS, that quality training is now available both in the classroom and via the web. To learn more about eTIPS, visit the http://www.gettips.com [TIPS] website.
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