We’re Moving! TAM® of Nevada Welcomes You to Our New Office in Las Vegas

TAM Card Office MapAs of Monday, November 18, TAM® of Nevada will be moving and holding classes in our new and improved office. Don’t worry, we aren’t going far! You can find us in the same plaza complex as our current office on Paradise Road, between Flamingo and Twain. Our new address is 3900 Paradise Road, Suite 205, Las Vegas, NV 89169.

Our new office space is designed to better accommodate our online TAM® students who need to visit our office for their proctored exams. With separate spaces in the office for our classroom training and proctored exams, and increased space for proctored exams, we’ll be better able to serve our customers quickly and efficiently.

To find parking at our new office, drive to the 2-story office building in the Park plaza. Standard and convenient parking for students is available on the side and rear of the building. Handicap parking is available in the rear of the building, and elevator access is available. Parking in the front of the building is limited-time parking only.

Our final full business day at our current office is scheduled for Thursday, November 14th. The TAM® of Nevada office will be open for our 9:00am class and morning proctoring only on Friday, November 15th and will be closed on Saturday, November 16th to accommodate the movers. We will re-open for regular business hours and class times at our new office beginning on Monday, November 18th. We look forward to seeing you in person at our new office in the coming weeks, and make sure to visit us on Facebook soon to see photos of our new space!

© 2013 National Hospitality Institute®, TAM® of Nevada

Are You Ready to Take an Alcohol Awareness Exam?

StockSnap_BBX50H7QEZRead on for tips on how you can prepare for your final exam.

The State of Nevada’s Commission on Postsecondary Education requires that students pass a supervised exam with a 75% or better before being issued an Alcohol Education Card. What does that mean for you? If you complete your TAM® training online you must physically go to the provider’s approved school location to take a proctored exam after finishing the online training. If you opted to complete the course in a classroom setting you will take a test immediately following the training session.

Are you nervous about taking and passing a test? Fear not! TAM® of Nevada has been helping students prepare for their exams for over 25 years. Before you come in to our official training to obtain your TAM Card, read on for more tips on making sure you’re prepared to pass with flying colors. Rest assured the training you’ve completed with TAM® will leave you prepared to ace your exam, and excel at practicing safe beverage service techniques on the job.

How long is the exam? The exam is 25 questions. It takes approximately 15 minutes for you to take your exam and have your picture taken for your TAM Card. Most students find the test to be a breeze after participating in TAM training; all questions are a review of the material you covered during the course.

Is there a Practice Test? You bet! Students who elect to complete TAM® Card online training will take a practice test at the end of their online training. This is one of the best ways to prepare for your proctored exam; you’ll get an idea of the types of questions that will appear on your final exam and have the chance to complete a final review before taking the real thing. If you’re planning to wait a few days to take your proctored exam, you can refresh your memory on the material covered by going through the TAM Student Manual before leaving for our office.

What if I take a classroom course? Traditional classroom training will leave you equally prepared for your test as the online option. Feel free to take notes and ask questions during the class. Our instructors are there to help and make sure you’re comfortable with all of the material. They love being able to answer questions and discuss the particulars of safe beverage service with students!

Relax! Take a deep breath and focus on the questions. You’ll do great!

What other ways do you like to prepare before taking an exam?


Nevada Commission on Postsecondary Education

© 2011 National Hospitality Institute®, TAM® of Nevada