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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.

Drug and alcohol courses for DOT supervisors

Here is a list of the courses designed for supervisors in DOT testing programs. Some are tailored for a specific transportation mode, while others have a general DOT focus.

FMCSA courses

A driver asks, "Will I be tested after an accident?" This course covers DOT FMCSA pre-employment, post-accident, and random testing.

FAA courses

A flight attendant asks, "Will I be tested after an accident?" This course covers DOT FAA pre-employment, post-accident, and random testing.

USCG courses

This course will help supervisors in USCG drug and alcohol testing programs make decisions about reasonable suspicion testing, using observations of employees as evidence.

This course presents a four-step process for DOT USCG reasonable suspicion testing. And stresses accurate, timely documentation and strict confidentiality.

DOT courses

This brief introductory course emphasizes the importance of supervisors in DOT drug and alcohol testing programs and explains the benefits of training.

This course describes the problem of community and workplace substance abuse. And introduces DOT drug and alcohol testing programs.

This course will help supervisors in DOT drug and alcohol testing programs make decisions about reasonable suspicion testing, using observations of employees as evidence.

This course presents a four-step process for DOT reasonable suspicion testing. And stresses accurate, timely documentation and strict confidentiality.

This course focuses on the DOT drug and alcohol testing processes, including the safeguards that protect donors.