In the late 1970's and early 1980's there was a significant drunken driving problem in the United States. This epidemic actually was so pervasive that it reached the level of former President Reagan, and a nationwide movement to reduce drunk driving was launched. Rserving's executives had one of the first alcohol training school systems to require all their students to learn about and demonstrate responsible serving® of alcohol.
At Rserving, we definitely want your customers to have fun responsibly. It's possible to do this while having a few drinks, but we also want your customers to get home safely, and to protect you from possible legal repercussions. We strive to train our students properly and efficiently to ensure they understand the paramount importance of Responsible Serving® of alcohol. Also, through our courses dedicated to imparting product knowledge and the proper etiquette of customer service, we provide online education to help bartenders, servers, and bar owners make great money and have a more fulfilling career experience.
With our interest in computers, our executives were able to create the first online alcohol serving training school. Our first sales were in 1999. The first course offered by our company was dedicated to learning bartending mixology. Bartending is a subject suitably fitted to learn online, as there is a great deal of memorization, practices, and methods. Good bartenders have to to remember not just drinks, but alcohol tastes, distilling and brewing methods, and history. Learning this information online provides the ability to review the course content with flash cards, interactive content, tests, and repetition, which is statistically demonstrated to be among the best ways to memorize. Knowledge of these items gives you the ability and knowledge to provide great customer service - mental toolkits that will serve you well in any job environment. Servers with great knowledge get great tips - that's a fact. The most successful restaurants have very knowledgeable, friendly, and efficient employees. Our courses will help you with all of these qualities.
Online training is ideally suited for short certification courses, and in many cases is the single best method for everyone involved (students, employers, and monitors). The students or employees can learn at their own pace. Tests on the material are conducted electronically, fraud is reduced, and validation is an automated, easy process. Additionally, our online automated course system allows us to keep our costs down, and these cost savings are passed along to both the employees and employers whom we serve.
At PSCC we have been closely working with the hospitality industry to train the next generation of serving staff and management to get them get trained in bartending, responsible serving® of alcohol, and food safety. After over 100,000 courses sold online, we are still working diligently to continue offering a valuable product at a significant savings to you. We also work with bar managers and owners to provide low cost certification training, optimized for anyone to use.
PSCC is the most widely recognized online training school for restaurants and the hospitality industry. We are certified to offer training in most states. In several states we have been the first school to be certified to offer online training.
We have also developed proprietary Content Management Systems (CMS) for easily managing and updating web pages, Learning Management Systems (LMS) for monitoring students & employees, and useful tools such as online ID guides (compatible with many mobile platforms) to check IDs without the use of paper ID books.
We are also one of very few training schools that offer 12 hour customer support. We invite you to call our offices anytime at 1-800-247-7737.
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