ARIZONA TITLE 4 ALCOHOL TRAINING

Join over 5.5 million TIPS-certified alcohol sellers/servers and get your AZ Title 4 training online today!

With over 40 years of experience, TIPS ensures that you receive training on the regulations and guidelines that affect you in your role. TIPS sellers/servers are professionals and create a safer environment where alcohol is served and sold.

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TIPS Arizona Title IV Management Training
TIPS B2C Course Type Seller
TIPS Arizona Title IV Management Training
Comply with Arizona alcohol laws for managers with our online course.

Dynamic & skills-based training. Learn Arizona guidelines PLUS effective workplace strategies.

TIPS Arizona Title IV Basic Training
TIPS B2C Course Type Seller
TIPS Arizona Title IV Basic Training
Comply with Arizona alcohol laws with our online course.

Dynamic & skills-based training. Learn Arizona guidelines PLUS effective workplace strategies.

TIPS Arizona Title IV Basic Training + Food Handler
TIPS B2C Course Type Seller
TIPS Arizona Title IV Basic Training + Food Handler
Dynamic & skills-based training. Package includes BOTH trusted programs, exams, and certificates.

This package contains our TIPS Arizona Title IV Basic Training bundled with our ANAB Food Handler Training. Learn state guidelines PLUS effective workplace strategies.

TIPS Arizona Title IV Management Training + Food Handler
TIPS B2C Course Type Seller
TIPS Arizona Title IV Management Training + Food Handler
Dynamic & skills-based training. Package includes BOTH trusted programs, exams, and certificates.

This package contains our Arizona Title IV Management Training bundled with our Food Handler Training. Learn state guidelines PLUS effective workplace strategies.

TIPS Off-Premise & Alcohol Delivery Training
TIPS B2C Course Type Delivery
TIPS Off-Premise & Alcohol Delivery Training
Avoid problems when alcohol is sold "to go" or for delivery.

The Off-Premise and Delivery program is a 3-hour program addressing issues reltaed to off premise sales PLUS any establishment that offers delivery or takeout services. Sellers and delivery personnel learn strategies for preventing illegal alcohol sales or delivery to underage and/or intoxicated patrons.

TIPS Concessions Alcohol Training
TIPS B2C Course Type Concessions
TIPS Concessions Alcohol Training
"Make the right call" to reduce the risk of alcohol-related incidents at public or private events.

The Concessions program is a 3-hour program for environments such as stadiums, arenas, theaters, concert halls, fairs, amusement parks, and festivals. The focus of this program is on assessing patrons in a short period of time to prevent illegal alcohol sales.

TIPS Gaming Alcohol Training
TIPS B2C Course Type Gaming
TIPS Gaming Alcohol Training
Exclusively designed for those who sell alcohol in a gaming environment.

The Gaming program is a 5-hour program used by casinos, riverboats, and gambling halls. This program focuses on the issues presented by guests receiving complimentary cocktails while gambling as well as guests staying on property.

TIPS University
TIPS B2C Course Type University
TIPS University
Strategies and skills for students intervening in alcohol-related situations.

The University program is a 2-hour program tailored for students at universities and colleges. This program gives students the skills they need to intervene with their peers in social situations to prevent alcohol-related incidents.

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State Agency

Arizona Department of Liquor License and Control (DLLC)

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800 W Washington St
5th Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85007

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602-542-5141
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azliquor.gov
Alcohol Server Training Law

Mandatory
The state requires approved alcohol server/seller training in some capacity.

Approved TIPS Programs

Classroom: On-Premise, Off-Premise, Concessions, and Gaming
Online: TIPS offers an approved AZ Title IV BASIC and MANAGEMENT course. All participants registering with an AZ address will receive the approved Title IV Basic course. The Title IV BASIC training course is a pre-requisite for the MANAGEMENT course.

Requirements

TITLE 4 BASIC TRAINING A Basic Certificate of Completion is required in addition to a Management Certificate of Completion for all Owners, Agents, and Managers actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the business. Basic courses can be for off-sale, on-sale, or both. The Basic Title 4 Training Certificate of Completion is valid for (3) three years from the completion date recorded on the certificate. Arizona liquor law does not require all employees of licensed establishments to have a Certificate of Completion for Basic Title 4 Training. HCI's Classroom and Online programs are approved Title 4 training in Arizona. TITLE 4 MANAGEMENT TRAINING Liquor License Owners, Agents, and Managers actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the business are required to complete a state-approved Management Title 4 Training Course prior to the issuance of a Liquor License or approval of a Management Agreement. A Basic Certificate of Completion is a pre-requisite for enrolling in and completing a Management Course. The Management Title 4 Training Certificate of completion will be valid for (3) three years from the completion date recorded on the certificate. HCI's Classroom and Online programs offer approved Title 4 Management training in Arizona.

Length of Certification

TIPS Certification is valid for 5 years

State Laws & Regulations to be Aware of:

State Laws & Regulations to be Aware of:

Age to Consume

21

Age to Pour

18

Dram Shop Liability Laws

Yes

Age to Serve

18

Age to Sell 

18 for off-sale establishments that primarily serve spirituous liquor. 16 for an off-sale establishment that primarily sells items other than spirituous liquor.

Acceptable Forms of ID 

The following instruments are the only acceptable types of identification:

1. An unexpired driver's license issued by the State of Arizona. A VERTICAL, unexpired ARIZONA driver's license is NOT an acceptable type of identification under this paragraph thirty days after the owner of the license turns 21 years of age.

2. An unexpired driver's license (horizontal or vertical) issued by any state other than Arizona, the District of Columbia, or any territory of the United States or Canada if the license includes a picture of the licensee and the person's date of birth.

3. An unexpired non-operating identification card.

4. A form of identification (horizontal or vertical) issued by any state other than Arizona, the District of Columbia, or any territory of the United States or Canada if the license includes a picture of the licensee and the person's date of birth.

5. An unexpired armed forces identification card that includes the person's picture and date of birth.

6. A valid unexpired passport or a valid unexpired resident alien card that contains a photograph of the person and the person's date of birth.

Notes on Selling or Serving 

Server training is voluntary in the state of Arizona. Establishments can choose to go through Title IV "Basic" server training which is recognized through the DLLC. Managers are required to go through Title IV "Management" training. See below.

BASIC TRAINING

Arizona liquor law does not require that all employees of a licensed establishment have a “Certificate of Completion” for BASIC Title 4 training. Some licensed locations may require this of their employees as a term/condition of employment, however. The BASIC Title 4 training Certificate of Completion will remain in effect for three (3) years from the completion date recorded on the certificate. Title 4 training providers are required to keep a record of all class participants’ Certificate of Completion on file for a minimum of two (2) years.

MANAGEMENT TRAINING

All liquor license owners, agents, partners, stockholders, officers, and managers actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the business must attend a state-approved MANAGEMENT Title 4 training course or provide proof of attendance of a course within the past five years. The MANAGEMENT Title 4 training “Certificate of Completion” will remain in effect for five (5) years from the completion date recorded on the certificate. Title 4 training providers are required to keep a record of all class participants’ Certificate of Completion on file for a minimum of two (2) years.

Age to Serve:

18. An employee under 18 years of age may be employed if their primary duties are to clean up the tables on the premises for reuse, remove dirty dishes, keep a ready supply of needed items, and help clean up the premises.

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WHY CHOOSE TIPS?

Why choose tips 1

Pioneer In Alcohol Saftey

Originally introduced in 1982, TIPS On-Premise was developed by professionals in the fields of alcohol abuse, adult education, hospitality, and psychology as a tool to teach servers and bartenders to prevent alcohol abuse among customers. This radical strategy to teach servers and bartenders standard practices for the service of alcohol and how to look for signs of intoxication became the industry standard.

Very soon, TIPS met industry requests for programs tailored to other environments with specific scenes and strategies for those industries. Today, TIPS offers courses specific to On-Premise, Off-Premise, Delivery, Gaming, Concessions, and University.

Whether required by law in your state or not, alcohol server and seller training helps you identify and prevent alcoholic beverages from getting in the hands of minors or intoxicated persons. TIPS is trusted to provide training that goes deeper into situations than just covering regulations or BAC. TIPS develops your "people skills" for handling specific situations and maintain a safe environment.


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Robust Training Experience

TIPS is more than any general alcohol safety training available. It's an immersive training experience.

TIPS online courses have an outstanding quality of content, easy-to-understand modules, and helpful reinforcement quizzes. TIPS is designed to empower individuals to use their people skills to positively influence their guests' drinking behavior and to help individuals feel confident to intervene in situations that might be uncomfortable or a safety risk.

All of this to make learning and retaining knowledge about safely selling and serving alcohol as relatable as possible.


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The TIPS Advantage

Not only will you learn skills for handing situations, you'll become better at your job and in turn be a more attractive candidate. PLUS TIPS offers you protections:

  • The insurance industry discounts liquor liability premiums up to 25% for TIPS-certified clients.
  • Courts recognize TIPS as the standard for server training programs.
  • Liquor boards mitigate fines and penalties for violators who incorporate TIPS training at their establishments.
  • And hotels, restaurants, and bars across the country reap the benefits of more professional wait staff and more satisfied customers.

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