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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 DERs

Here is a list of the courses designed for DERs. Some are focused on particular transportation modes. Others are DOT courses that are not mode-specific.

FMCSA courses

A driver is involved in an accident. What should you do? This course provides the answers.

By design, the DOT return-to-duty process is not simple or easy.

FAA courses

A flight attendant is involved in an accident. What should you do? This course provides the answers.

DOT courses

This brief course emphasizes the importance of designated employer representatives, or DERs, in DOT testing. And prepares DERs to successfully complete the training.

This course describes and provides current information about the risks and costs of community and workplace drug and alcohol misuse.

This course explains the legal framework for DOT testing, and the key features of DOT testing programs.

This course defines the roles and responsibilities of DERs, supervisors and employees in a DOT drug and alcohol testing program.

DOT drug testing is a complex process involving several parties that follows specific procedures. Many things that can go wrong, with a range of consequences.

This course prepares designated employer representatives to respond to issues that can arise during DOT alcohol testing.

This course describes DOT random testing, a strong deterrent to workplace drug and alcohol use.

This course explains DOT pre-employment testing, which helps keep drug users out of the workplace.

By design, the DOT return-to-duty process is not simple or easy.

This course helps designated employer representatives (DERs) to carry out their full range of responsibilities in a DOT drug and alcohol testing program.