Get in touch with as with any questions: (770) 650-6620

Get in touch with us with any questions: (770) 650-6620

FAA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training Program meets DOT training requirements, saves you time on administration, and ensures trainees learn the material.

We administer and moderate trainee progress, and give out customized certificates only to the trainees that meet necessary seat-time requirements.

The program covers the following topics:

  • Reasonable suspicion
  • Facts on drugs and alcohol
  • DOT drug and alcohol testing program fundamentals
  • Costs of substance abuse in the workplace
  • Benefits of having informed supervisors


Don't wait until there is an issue with the DOT and FAA before getting drug and alcohol training. Choose from our online and CD-ROM options today!

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The FAA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training Program is the first of two FAA drug and alcohol supervisor training programs we offer. It includes eight individual courses. Each one covers a topic pertinent to FAA supervisors. With our training program:

  • Meet DOT training requirements
  • Save time on admin tasks, since we take care of it for you
  • Make sure supervisors and employees learn the material, making your workplace safer and more productive

Program Topics

  • Reasonable suspicion training — reasonable suspicion is one of six DOT drug and alcohol testing situations
  • How to determine reasonable suspicion
  • Our 4-step process for carrying out a reasonable suspicion drug test
  • Who must take part in a DOT drug testing program
  • The six components of a DOT drug testing program
  • The six DOT drug and alcohol testing situations
  • Facts on alcohol
  • Facts on the 5-panel drugs: marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, opiates (narcotics), and PCP
Additional Information

Additional information

Weight 8.0 oz

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1 review for FAA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    John Lawrence

    Training is actually quite easy to use and take. Informationally, it is direct and gets to the meat of material that you actually need to know. The information is organized and than routes you to more detailed scenarios that apply in this business’s everyday operations.

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Courses Included

Our FAA Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training Program includes several courses. Below is a list:

    1. Supervisor Awareness Training Introduction: Learn the importance of supervisors in DOT drug and alcohol testing programs as well as the benefits of DOT drug and alcohol training. There's a reason it is required!


    1. Supervisor Training for Drug and Alcohol Testing: We go over the costs and risks of community and workplace drug and alcohol abuse. Further, we cover the six DOT drug testing program components and the six DOT drug testing situations, reasonable suspicion being one of them.


    1. FAA Drug and Alcohol Testing Program Scope: Learn which employees are required to take part in the FAA drug and alcohol testing program. Also learn the difference between a DOT drug testing program and an employer-authority drug testing program along with the importance of that distinction.


    1. DOT Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training: How do you make reasonable suspicion decisions? We cover all of the standards and criteria that must be met for you to carry out a reasonable suspicion drug test. After the course you will know how to determine reasonable suspicion.


    1. DOT Alcohol Training: We cover alcohol in this course. Learn the risks associated with excessive use, the effects abuse has on the workplace, and the
      signs of current use, among other topics.


    1. Drug Control, Marijuana, and Cocaine:Learn about marijuana and cocaine, two of the 5-panel drugs. Also, learn how the federal government classifies and controls drugs.


    1. Amphetamines, Opiates, and PCP: Learn about amphetamines, opiates, and PCP, three of the 5-panel drugs. We cover physical and psychological effects, signs of
      current use, and short and long-term health risks.


  1. DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training: This course outlines a four-step process for carrying out DOT reasonable suspicion testing. Accurate, timely documentation and
    strict confidentiality are stressed.