Drug and Alcohol Training Course Catalog

Each of our training programs is made up of several smaller courses. Here we list each drug and alcohol training course included in our training programs. Choose from the following categories: FAA, FMCSA, DOT, DER, and Drug-Free Workplace.

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In this course learn FAA violations and the consequences for those violations.

Learn about safety-sensitive duties and who must partake in an FAA drug and alcohol testing program. In other words, learn the full scope of an FAA testing program.

We discuss the steps and procedures involved in FAA post-accident drug testing in this course. Learn how the FAA defines an accident, and learn what supervisors and employees must do in the event of an accident.

Learn how to gather info on applicants as well as how to deliver info to other employers on former employees, and more.

Learn about safety-sensitive duties and who must partake in an FAA drug and alcohol testing program. In other words, learn the full scope of an FAA testing program.

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We cover the FMCSA policy violations and consequences for each one.

Learn the steps involved in an FMCSA post-accident drug test. We define what the FMCSA deems an “accident,” and we cover what both supervisors and drivers must do in the case of an accident.

Here we cover when FMCSA pre-employment testing is required, what information you must obtain from previous employers, and how you must obtain that information.

First, we discuss the nature of random drug testing. Then we get into the actual procedures for carrying out a random drug test. Finally, we cover how to initiate a FMCSA random drug testing program.

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Learn how the FMCSA defines safety-sensitive positions. Then, we discuss who must take part in an FMCSA drug and alcohol testing program.

Learn the role of evidence in making reasonable suspicion decisions and the standard that apply to observations of employees. Then we discuss why focusing on current drug and alcohol use is important. And we explain the five types of observable signs of current drug and alcohol use. Finally, we end with the situations where reasonable suspicion training is not warranted.

Learn our four-step reasonable suspicion drug testing process in this course.

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Learn pertinent information on alcohol that will change how you make decisions in the midst of an alcohol-related incident. Topics included are: beverage alcohol content, blood alcohol concentration (BAC), different levels of intoxication, factors that affect impairment level, and different drinking behaviors.

We tell you the truth on several common myths regarding alcohol and its consumption. Learn how the body absorbs and distributes alcohol, how intoxication occurs, and how the body eliminates alcohol.

Learn how the government classifies and controls risky substances, and learn about the three general categories of drugs: uppers, downers, and all-arounders.

Learn the DER role in detail. Also, we cover the role of supervisors and employees in a DOT drug testing program, since DER’s must manage supervisors and employees.

We discuss the importance of the DERs in a DOT drug testing program as well as the benefits of employees, supervisors, and DERs receiving training.

We cover the problems and issues that you may run into during the DOT alcohol testing process, especially if you don’t know about them.

Learn the importance of DOT drug and alcohol policy. We discuss the negative effects drugs and alcohol can have on a workplace and a community. Then we discuss the ways in which a DOT drug and alcohol program can mitigate those negative effects.

We discuss the various ways in which a DOT drug test can go awry. Of course, these mistakes are less likely to happen if you know what they are.

Learn the various administrative roles the DER must fulfill. We cover all the third-party individuals and agencies the DER must be in communication with.

Learn all the laws and regulations that govern DOT, FMCSA, and FAA drug and alcohol testing. Then, we cover the six DOT drug testing program components, the six DOT drug testing situations, and the general DOT drug testing procedures.

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Learn details on opiates. We discuss signs of current use, impact on the workplace, health and safety concerns, and more.

Learn relevant information on cocaine, one of the 5-panel drugs that the DOT tests for. Learn about cocaine’s impact on the workplace, signs of current use, physical and psychological effects, and more.

Learn all about marijuana, the most commonly abused drug. We discuss marijuana’s signs of current use, physical and psychological effects, impact on the workplace, short and long-term health effects, and more.

Learn about PCP, the potent psychedelic. We discuss PCP’s physical and psychological effects, signs of current use, impact on the workplace, short and long-term health effects, and more.

We discuss the nature of random drug testing and how, well, it’s random. Then, we explain the effect that random drug testing has as a deterrent to drug and alcohol use. Finally, we discuss how employers are to initiate a random drug testing program.

We discuss the DOT return-to-duty process for drivers, a process intentionally made lengthy and arduous. Then we discuss the requirements that supervisors and drivers must meet in the return-to-duty process. Finally, we cover return-to-duty and follow-up drug testing in detail.

Learn when DOT pre-employment drug testing is required. Then learn the steps to gather and acquire data on applicants from previous employers. And vice versa, learn how to send information to a former employee’s new employer. Finally, learn how to carry out a DOT pre-employment drug test.

Learn what the FAA constitutes as an accident, when and whom to test after an accident, the employee responsibilities after an accident, and how to initiate DOT post-accident drug testing.

Learn how the FMCSA defines an “accident,” when and whom to test after an accident occurs, the driver responsibilities before and after testing, and how the DER must initiate post-accident drug tests.

Learn facts and info on amphetamines. We discuss physical and psychological effects, impact on the workplace, short and long-term health effects, and signs of current use.

For each drug, learn the physical and psychological effects, the short and long-term health and safety risks, the signs of current use, and the impact it has on the workplace.

In this course, learn the effects of alcohol on the body, the different drinking behaviors, the signs of current alcohol use, and take an alcohol self-assessment to see whether you have a drinking problem.

In this course, learn the drug and alcohol testing steps, the possible results that can be obtained, and the safeguards necessary to protect donors.

We discuss how to carry out a DOT reasonable suspicion drug test in this course. Learn our four-step reasonable suspicion testing process. Remove, confront, administer, act.

Learn about the steps of the return-to-duty process for employees and employers, the role that the substance abuse professional (SAP) plays, and the procedures for return-to-duty and follow-up drug testing.

Learn how to determine whether reasonable suspicion drug testing is warranted in this course. We discuss the five observable signs of current drug and alcohol use.

Learn how the government classifies and controls risky drugs, both legal and illegal. Also, learn about two of the five panel drugs: marijuana and cocaine.

Learn the importance of supervisors in a DOT drug testing program. Then learn the benefits of training for supervisors, employees, and employers.

Learn the costs and risks of substance abuse. Then learn some exposition on drug and alcohol testing programs.

Learn about amphetamines and their signs of current use, impact on the workplace, safety and health risks, and more.

Learn about cocaine. We discuss cocaine’s physical and psychological effects, signs of current use, impact on the workplace, short and long-term effects, and more.

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We discuss the drug testing steps, the alcohol testing steps, safeguards for donors in each case, and the situations in which drug and alcohol testing is conducted.

Learn about the importance of supervisors in a drug-free workplace. Then understand the supervisor role and responsibility within a drug-free workplace testing program. Also, learn the benefits of drug-free workplace programs to employees and supervisors and companies as a whole.

First, learn the five components of a Georgia drug-free workplace testing program. Second, learn the key elements of an employer’s substance abuse policy. Finally, learn the types of assistance employers can offer employees dealing with substance issues.

First, we discuss the problem of substance misuse in the workplace and community. Then we discuss how a drug-free workplace testing program reduces the risk and lowers the cost of substance misuse and abuse. Finally, we discuss the roles of employees, supervisors, and program administrators in a drug-free workplace.

In this course we discuss the types of enabling behavior, the risks of delaying action on a workplace issue, the dangers of enabling, and how to address enabling behavior.

In this course, learn marijuana’s prevalence and potency, the truth on common myths, the physical and psychological effects, acute and chronic health and safety risks, impact of marijuana on the workplace, and signs of current marijuana use.

Learn about the short-term intoxicating effects of marijuana, its prevalence and potency, its short and long-term health and safety risks, and your personal likelihood of marijuana abuse using our CAGE tool.

We discuss the chronic health risks of long-term marijuana use.  We also discuss marijuana’s prevalence and impact on the workplace. Then we discuss basic treatment for marijuana dependence.

In this course we explain the four non-DOT drug testing situations. Then we discuss how to carry out drug tests for applicants. Then we go through the same discussion for post-accident, return-to-duty, and follow-up drug testing, providing you with the steps and procedures for each.

Learn the following facts on opiates: acute and chronic health and safety risks, physical and psychological effects, impact of narcotics on the workplace, signs of current narcotics use, and facts about their use.

Learn about PCP. We discuss signs of current PCP use, impact of PCP on the workplace, truth about common myths, prevalence and potency, acute and chronic health and safety risks, and physical and psychological effects.

We discuss our four-step process for reasonable suspicion testing in this course. 

Learn what qualifies as cause for a reasonable suspicion drug test. We go over the observations and signs that must be present in order to carry out a reasonable suspicion drug test.

Learn the key components of a drug-free workplace program, the problem of workplace substance misuse, and the effectiveness of drug-free workplace programs.

Learn how to observe and identify workplace problems, respond to urgent workplace problems, and respond to routine issues.

First, we classify the different types of signs that can indicate current drug or alcohol use. Then, we run through a list of various signs that can indicate current alcohol use. We also provide a list of signs for current drug use.

First, we discuss the problem of substance misuse and abuse in the workplace. Then we explain how a drug-free workplace testing program reduces the cost and risk of substance misuse. Finally, we discuss the roles of the employee, supervisor, and program administrator in a Tennessee drug-free workplace.

Learn the five key components to a Tennessee drug-free workplace. Also learn the key features of employer authority substance abuse policy.

Learn the steps and procedures for a TN drug-free workplace drug screen. Also learn the steps for an alcohol test.

Learn the steps and procedures for a Georgia drug-free workplace drug screen. We also cover the steps for an alcohol test.

Learn about the three general categories of drugs: uppers, downers, and all-arounders. 

Learn how supervisors are to confront and address employee performance issues, especially when those issues are related to drugs and/or alcohol.

Learn how the federal government classifies and controls both legal and illegal drugs alike. Then we define uppers, downers, and all-arounders, giving you examples of each type.

We discuss the main components of a drug-free workplace as well as the key features of a drug-free workplace substance abuse policy. We also discuss how substance misuse and abuse affects everyone around the problem, not just the user. And, with that in mind, we discuss the benefits of a drug-free workplace to supervisors and employees.

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