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This is a refresher course for supervisors of safety-sensitive employees in the aviation industry. For initial training for reasonable suspicion and reasonable cause under the FAA regulations, learners should instead enroll in the FAA Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors course.

FAA reasonable suspicion training and reasonable cause training for supervisors is designed to assist employers with ensuring compliance and safety in the aviation industry. Supervisors of safety-sensitive personnel covered by federal aviation regulations must be capable of making determinations to test an employee suspected of prohibited drug or alcohol use. This  training must be supplemented with

The FAA regulations 14 C.F.R. § 120.115(c) and 120.217(d) govern the training requirements for supervisors who will make reasonable cause and reasonable suspicion determinations for employees covered by the FAA drug and alcohol testing regulations. Section 120.115 covers training requirements for determinations to test based on suspicion of controlled substance (drug) use while Section 120.217 covers training requirements for determinations to test based on suspicion of alcohol use. Together, they require 60 minutes of training on specific, contemporaneous physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable drug use and 60 minutes of training on the detection of symptoms of alcohol misuse based on specific, contemporaneous, articulable observations concerning the appearance, behavior, speech or body odors of the employee.

This course is designed to comply with these regulations as part of an FAA-regulated employer’s overall Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Use this course to comply with the recurrent/refresher training requirements and use the initial training course to comply with the initial training requirements found in 14 C.F.R. § 120.115(c)(4).

Our FAA Reasonable Suspicion training course is a 2.5-hour training course that includes the required 60-minutes of training on alcohol misuse and 60-minutes on substance use.

After enrollment, you can start learning immediately, obtain a certificate of completion in only a few hours, and start recognizing the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse.

  • Credits Never Expire
  • 2.5 Hours of Learning
  • FAA Compliant
  • Instant Course Access
  • Approved for CE Credits
  • Live Customer Support

 

Do you have a large group or require on-site training at your location? Contact us at 1-888-390-5574 for a no-obligation training quote.

Bulk Pricing (1 Seat = 1 Employee)

1-4 Seats       $44.00 10-19 Seats       $35.42 30-99 Seats       $26.84
5-9 Seats       $39.71 20-29 Seats       $31.13 100+ Seats       $22.55

 

WHY ENROLL IN THE DOT REASONABLE SUSPICION TRAINING COURSE FOR SUPERVISORS?

  • According to the DOT, employers must provide signs and symptoms training to all persons who supervise safety-sensitive employees in accordance with FAA regulations (14 CFR §§ 120.115 and 120.223). The purpose of this training is to enable supervisors to determine whether reasonable suspicion exists to require a driver or other safety-sensitive employee to undergo DOT testing described in 49 CFR § 40.  The consequences of not completing the mandated minimum training can, at the least, result in fines and penalties and at the worst serious injuries and liability.
  • Even if you are not covered by the DOT, all supervisors making reasonable suspicion determinations should be trained on the signs and symptoms in order to avoid potential liability for ordering drug and alcohol tests with insufficient suspicion.
  • Avoid safety risks by identifying the signs and symptoms of substance use and abuse in the workplace.
  • This course is approved for continuing education credits, which means they have met very high standards by the top accrediting institutions.
  • Embed a trust seal directly on your website so your customers can instantly verify your education and commitment to a drug-free workplace.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN OUR DOT REASONABLE SUSPICION TRAINING COURSE?

  • Immediate access to the self-paced FAA Reasonable Suspicion Training course consisting of videos, documents, and resources.
  • Training certificates never expire, though reasonable recurrent training is highly recommended (and required under FAA regulation 14 CFR § 115(c)(4)).
  • Live phone support to help employees for the duration of the course by calling 1-888-390-5574, and in-application live chat.
  • Online exam testing employees on reasonable suspicion, signs, and symptoms, and provides employees with an unlimited number of passing attempts.
  • Same-day certificate issuance which can be downloaded in PDF format and printed.
  • FAA Reasonable Suspicion training covering 1-hour of alcohol misuse and 1.5-hours of drug use and abuse.

DOT REASONABLE SUSPICION TRAINING COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Successful supervisors will be able to make reasonable suspicion determination and recognize the signs, symptoms,  suspicious activity, and behavior with 100% proficiency.
  • Successful students will  be able to express an understanding of industry terms and the protocols involved with the regulations by completing an online quiz with 75% or greater proficiency.

HOW IS STUDENT PROFICIENCY ASSESSED?

  • FAA Reasonable Suspicion Training includes informal and formal assessment techniques, including quantitative and qualitative strategies.
  • Course exams utilizing several random questions related to reasonable suspicion training taken from a larger question pool assess the curriculum’s understanding of key terms and concepts.
  • The interactive videos provide a summative and qualitative assessment through demonstrations designed to assess students’ preparedness for various real-world scenarios as it related to making reasonable suspicion determinations in the workplace.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM ENROLLING IN THE DOT REASONABLE SUSPICION TRAINING COURSE

  • Human Resource Professionals
  • Drug and Alcohol Program Managers
  • Designated Employer Representatives
  • Substance Abuse Professionals
  • Addiction Counselors
  • Business Owners
  • Safety Officers
  • Fleet Supervisors
  • Site Supervisors
  • Compliance Officers
  • Foremen
  • Flight Deck Supervisors

WHY SHOULD I TAKE THE DOT REASONABLE SUSPICION TRAINING?

  • The FAA requires that all supervisors of covered employees undergo at least two hours of reasonable suspicion training.
  • Trained supervisors can recognize safety risks early and have a higher probability of intervening before an accident or injury.
  • We know time is hard to come by. Our course credits never expire so you can work at your own pace.

MATERIALS NECESSARY FOR COURSE COMPLETION

  • Students will need access to a computer with reliable high-speed internet access and a supported web browser.
  • The computer must be able to play audio and video.

WHAT MAKES OUR FAA REASONABLE SUSPICION COURSE DIFFERENT?

There is no luck involved with becoming number one in an industry. To be on top you can’t just do what is expected; you must go above and beyond what is expected, you must innovate and come up with new methods of helping students accomplish their goals by providing some of the most cutting-edge solutions the industry has to offer. So what makes us different?

 

  • Our lead instructor, Andrew Easler, has a four-year Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Central Florida and is a master of corporate training.
  • Our courses are original and thoughtfully made. When we launched in 2013, our goal was to become the “Harvard” of the drug, alcohol, and DNA Paternity testing training business.
  • We are an Approved Education Provider with many human resources certification organizations throughout the world and we offer continuing education credits (CE Credits) with the majority of our courses.
  • Our learning management system is robust and highly engaging. It allows students to work at the best pace that suits them for maximum learning and content retention. Our students don’t feel rushed into “cramming” for a course only to forget the material a week later and therefore perform better in practice and make fewer mistakes than traditional training environments.
  • All students receive lifetime access to their purchased courses until finished; review the course at any time from anywhere in the world.
  • Immediate certificate issuance after passing the course so you can start utilizing your skills right away. We can also mail you a beautiful, frame-able certificate that you will want to proudly display on your wall.

HOW LONG WILL THE FAA REASONABLE SUSPICION TRAINING TAKE TO COMPLETE?

The FAA Reasonable Suspicion training course may take longer or shorter to complete depending on student pace, reading, and comprehension level. Here is a breakdown of the average time for this course:

  • FAA Supervisor Training Course for Alcohol: 1 hour
  • FAA Supervisor Training Course for Drugs: 1.5 hours

LEGAL RESEARCH ON DOT REASONABLE SUSPICION

FAA Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors Refresher
FAA 2021 REFRESHER DTC

Enroll today in the FAA Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors Refresher Course & relearn the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse.

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Course Provider Name: Easler Education Inc.

Course Provider URL: https://drugtestingcourses.com

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What is Reasonable Suspicion?

Reasonable suspicion is a crucial concept growing in importance in workplace drug and alcohol testing programs. There are many standards for reasonable suspicion varying from both civil and criminal law as well as state and federal law. However, reasonable suspicion can be generally described as an individual’s justified and “articulated hunch” that a particular activity has or has not occurred.

Articulated Hunch

How this “hunch” or “suspicion” is properly justified is subject to varying interpretations. In fact, what justifies the hunch (in other words, the “reasonableness” of the suspicion) is the most important part of the reasonable suspicion determination and is also what is most often contested. Thus, any reasonable suspicion determination should be both factually sufficient and appropriately documented in order to survive legal scrutiny. This means you should have enough observations to warrant the suspicion and those observations should be clearly, appropriately, and thoroughly recorded.

Activity

In workplace testing programs, the “activity” subject to suspicion is the prohibited use or abuse of controlled substances (drugs) or alcohol in the workplace. Thus, your specific observations documented must be directly related to drugs or alcohol in the workplace. For example, an employee showing up to work in flip-flops when professional attire is customary may be unusual or even suspicious, but without additional information or facts, is insufficient alone to be tied to drug or alcohol use in the workplace.

Federal Standards

Since any drug or alcohol test is an intrusion upon the privacy interest of an individual, the federal government balances its interests in the safety and security of the public against the employees’ rights to privacy under the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution. In doing so, federal agencies adopt standards for determining what may constitute a valid justification to order a test under reasonable suspicion.

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