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Individual DOT courses

DOT training programs for employees, supervisors and DERs typically include several courses. Each course is designed around specific learning objectives and included in programs to meet particular learning needs.

Courses for all DOT learners

These courses are designed for any DOT learner in any transportation mode.

This DOT course explores alcohol, the number one drug problem. It dispels some common myths and provides facts for making smart drinking decisions.

This DOT course dispels common myths about alcohol that can increase the risks of drinking.

This DOT course provides accurate, up-to-date and information to help employees make smart decisions about drinking.

This DOT course examines how the federal government identifies and controls risky drugs. And provides important facts about marijuana and cocaine, two of the DOT 5-panel drugs.

This DOT course provides important facts about three of the DOT 5-panel drugs: amphetamines, including methamphetamine and ecstasy; opiates, including heroin and prescription narcotics; and PCP.

This DOT course describes characteristics of psychoactive drugs. It examines how risky drugs are controlled, and why some drugs and drug use are illegal.

This DOT course provides facts and dispels some common myths about marijuana, the most widely used illegal drug in communities and workplaces.

This DOT course provides facts about cocaine, one of the most potent stimulants found in nature. And about crack, its even more potent and risky form.

This DOT course focuses on amphetamines, including methamphetamine and ecstasy, a family of drugs included in DOT testing.

This DOT course provides facts about opiates, a family of highly effective but frequently abused analgesics, or pain relievers, that includes heroin and prescription narcotics.

This DOT course focuses on PCP, and why no one using PCP belongs in the workplace.