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Cost of Course: $199 members / $299 nonmembers

(Cost includes: online course, certification exam and initial certification fee. Cost does NOT include performance of mock collections.)

The goal of this class is to train you on how to collect urine specimens for drug testing in accordance with DATIA standards, which are derived from Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Mandatory Guidelines, and industry best practices.

Cost of Course:  $199 members / $299 nonmembers

This course is a general primer on how to manage a Consortium or Third Party Administrator (C/TPA) service. It presents certain common operating standards and methods for managing a C/TPA, including general standards, overviews, relevant rules, regulations, and guidelines. It does not include specific marketing materials, pre-drafted contracts, pricing information, or other proprietary products. There are many ways to operate individual businesses. This course focuses on the key elements that should be part of every program.

Cost of Course: $99 members / $199 nonmembersThe goal of this course is to provide an introduction to the drug and alcohol testing process. During this training, you will be provided with information on the components of a drug- and alcohol-free workplace, the flow of the testing process, who is involved in the process, why companies implement testing programs, and the different types of testing involved.

Cost of Course:  $199 members / $299 nonmembers

A DER must have a thorough knowledge of DOT drug and alcohol test collection procedures and of the Custody and Control Form (CCF). The course concentrates on DOT procedures because they are considered the “gold standard in the industry” and covers each step of the collection process and problems arising in the collection process. Because a DER needs to know the type of testing procedures that apply in a given situation, this course also discusses Federal testing and non-DOT testing.

Cost of Course:  $199 members / $299 nonmembers

DATIA's Medical Review Officer (MRO) Assistants course is designed for those who actively assist MROs and those who have regular contact with donors, employers, and program administrators. This is not a medical, science, or technology course — rather it teaches practical methodology for meeting industry standards and provides helpful hints and best practices for situations regularly faced by MRO assistants. Attendees need not have previous knowledge of the collection and drug testing processes before enrolling in the course. The objective of this course is to ensure that MRO Assistant duties are performed in a professional and consistent manner, including maintaining confidentiality for the donor, and ensuring security and integrity in the process. DATIA’s MRO-A course is a nationally recognized training program for MRO Assistants and is a prerequisite for the Medical Review Officer Certification Council (MROCC) MRO Assistant certification and exam. This three-year certification – awarded upon successful completion and passing of the MROCC MRO-A online examination – acknowledges competency in those practical skills the MRO Assistant applies in fulfilling his or her professional responsibilities within the workplace drug testing arena. More information about the certification can be found at https://www.mrocc.org/get_certified.cfm.

Cost of Course:  $199 members / $299 nonmembers

This course provides tools and techniques to successfully identify and facilitate a reasonable suspicion scenario through discovery, documentation and discussion while maintaining safety and confidentiality; provides practical guidance, raises awareness of the potential signs and symptoms in your workplace, familiarizes you with regulatory requirements, and educates you about the scope of your involvement and resources available to assist you. This course covers both DOT and Non-DOT programs; modal-specific information sheets are included in the Reference section.

Cost of Course:  $199 members / $299 nonmembers

This course will provide you—the SAP, potential SAP, or employer/service agent—with comprehensive SAP qualification training meeting the Department of Transportation's (DOT) SAP qualification training requirements. It details the role and responsibilities of the SAP and includes valuable information and study tools on industry standards, best practices, and technical assistance. It also features a variety of case studies providing practical examples of situations you may encounter. Upon completion of this course you will have solid knowledge of the nationally recognized examination requirements and resources, as well as the continuing education requirements and resources.