Massapequa Takes Action Coalition and YES Community Counseling Center’s Partnering in Action Change for Tomorrow (PACT) Initiative are providing FREE online eTIPS on/off premises training to teach local servers and sellers of alcohol how to prevent drunk driving, underage drinking and alcohol misuse. The new eTIPS training can be taken outside of an employees’ assigned work schedules in the convenience of their own home and at their own pace!
eTIPS is a New York State Liquor Authority (NYSLA) Certified Alcohol Training Awareness Program (ATAP). eTIPS training is a self-paced, innovative approach to responsible alcohol training. The course allows participants to obtain the training anywhere, anytime. The NYSLA recommends all employees who serve or sell alcoholic beverages take ATAP.
The new ATAP program is also supported by Farmingdale State College’s Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention Team (ADAPT), Levittown Community Action Coalition (LCAC), the Town of Hempstead, Town of Oyster Bay, the Nassau County Police Department and the Chambers of Commerce in Farmingdale, Levittown and the Massapequas.
eTIPS is part of YESCCC’s PACT federal grant initiative and its partnering coalitions’ mission to reduce underage and binge drinking, intoxication and drunk driving. For more information or to register for the FREE training, please contact Kathleen Coletta at email@example.com or (516) 799-3203 x127.