Train-the-Trainer: Approved Trainer of Drug Test Collectors Certification (Self Guided)
Become an Approved Trainer of Drug Test Collectors by the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA). This course meets the regulatory standards of United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) Rule 49 CFR Part 40 and provides a solid foundation for training collectors for a wide range of testing programs. Approved Trainers also meet NDASA's high industry standards and demonstrate proficiency in training others to perform urine specimen collections for federally regulated and unregulated drug and alcohol screening protocols.
DO NOT PURCHASE THIS COURSE UNTIL YOU HAVE MET THE REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS (LISTED BELOW) AND CAN PROVIDE PROOF OF COLLECTOR CERTIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE TO THE NATIONAL DRUG AND ALCOHOL SCREENING ASSOCIATION (NDASA).
To take this course and receive trainer certification upon completion, a participant must:
- Be certified as a collector (by an industry association or a network of collection sites). OR, have been designated as a trainer for at least one year. NDASA requires course participants to provide a certificate or other documentary proof in advance of taking the course to become an NDASA Approved Trainer. Please send all materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Have been performing collections for at least one year, including federally mandated collections.
- Submit a letter of recommendation from a client or supervisor to email@example.com.
- You must have read and be familiar with the following: 49 CFR Part 40: Subparts C, D, E, I, and R, Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy Compliance interpretations and Q&A and DOT Urine Specimen Collection Guidelines.
Successful completion of the training:
- certifies participants for five years to train anyone to become a certified Drug Test Collector
- provides learning materials and certificates of training completion produced by the National Drug and Alcohol Association to support the Approved Trainer's instruction of other professionals.