Urine Collector and Mock Refresher Course

 

Course Description and Objective

Whether you are an experienced collector needing to get your refresher training completed, including the 5 mock collections required by the Department of Transportation (DOT), or you are a newly trained collector who needs to perform the initial 5 mock collections, this is the course for you! DATIA’s Collector Refresher and Mock Collections Course will provide refresher training, mock collections, and the opportunity to explore and discuss scenarios previously submitted for Q&As. You will also receive a new training manual with the latest information on collections along with a mock collection checklist signed by the monitor.

Please note that this course does not qualify an individual to take the DATIA Certified Professional Collector® or Certified Professional Collector Trainer® certification exam. Candidates for certification must take the applicable course before any participant is eligible for the certification exam. You may use the 5 mock collections from this course towards your prerequisites for the certification exam.


* For those new to drug and alcohol testing or looking for a primer, DATIA recommends taking the Ins & Outs of Drug & Alcohol Testing online course prior to taking this course. Doing so will provide a primer allowing you to enhance your educational experience during this course.


Seminar at a Glance

  • Refresher Collection Training – including collector manual
  • Defined Q&A Time – previously submitted questions answered
  • Mock Collections
  • Documentation – certificate of refresher training and mock collection checklist signed by monitor

Who Should Attend

This training course is intended for collectors who have been trained in DOT collections and need to perform the 5 mock collections, or collectors who have been performing DOT collections and are in need of the 5-year refresher training.

Continuing Education Units

Upon successful completion of the course, attendees receive .4 CEUs (4 contact hours) of continuing education credit. Attendees will be provided with a CEU certificate stating the course name, date, sponsoring organization (DATIA) and number of CEUs awarded. These CEUs can be used by attendees for fulfilling continuing education requirements.