Server/Seller Training benefits anyone who serves or sells alcoholic beverages and/or checks IDs, including owners and managers of licensed establishments. The training covers how to detect fake IDs, identify signs of intoxication, and responsibly manage patrons.
All alcohol services personnel must complete RAMP server/seller training within six months of being hired by a licensee, unless the person had successfully completed said training prior to being hired. [47 P.S. § 4-471.1(h)]. “Alcohol service personnel” is defined as any employee of a licensee, such as a bartender, waiter or, in the case of a distributor or importing distributor, a salesperson whose primary responsibility includes the resale, furnishing or serving of liquor or malt or brewed beverages. It also means any employee, such as a doorperson, whose primary responsibility is to ascertain the age of individuals who are attempting to enter the licensed premesis [47 P.S. § 1-102].