Training

Training Courses

A key component to a successful drug-free workplace program is the training and education of supervisors and employees. The National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance provides online, web-based U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and non-DOT supervisor, employee, and parent education training courses. Our training courses are available through National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance membership or by purchasing a training pass.

Training for Yourself or Employees

Through a partnership with St. Petersburg College, the National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance proudly offers online drug-free workplace training courses for employees, supervisors and parents. The course format is:

  • Easily accessible by any computer with internet access
  • Available 24/7
  • Self-paced and flexible
  • End-of-course test – 70% or better produces a certificate
  • Printable/savable certificate of completion

Individual Passes

This a la carte option includes training and newsletters only. Choose one online course per paid participant, to be selected upon first login. Successful completion of all course content and the end-of-course test with a 70% or better will produce a certificate of completion to serve as your documentation. Training passes are valid as follows:

NDWA provides the following services as needed:

  • Training access is good only for the calendar year (January 1 to December 31) in which the training was purchased. Please plan to complete all training courses by December 31.
  • Access to training certificates is available only during the calendar year that the training course was completed regardless of date of purchase
  • Training histories are not retained following the calendar year that the training course was completed.

COST: $25.00 PER PERSON

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Bulk Passes

Employers that have purchased a National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance Membership during the same calendar year, are eligible to receive a 25% discount on additional training passes based upon prices listed below.

SPECIAL OFFER!
For a limited time, all bulk passes purchasers will receive a 10% discount!

Number of Employees Cost Per Person
1 – 5 Employees $25
6 – 25 Employees $20
26 – 50 Employees $18
51 – 100 Employees $15
More than 100 employees Call For Quote

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Training Course Descriptions

Supervisor
Allows an employer to assess the workplace environment to determine the needs of the company.
Department of Transportation (DOT) Supervisor
Supervisoror anyone who functions in a supervisory capacity over U.S. Department of Transportation-regulated employees, and/or who is required to take the 2-hour signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse/reasonable suspicion course.
Employee
For any employee. Meets 1-hour employee training requirement for most states.
Department of Transportation (DOT) Employee
For any employee covered under the U.S. Department of Transportation regulations.
Parent Awareness module "Keeping Your Kids Drug Free"
Optional module - Included at no charge with all above courses.

IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION AND NOTICES – PLEASE READ!

Browser support - Certain features within these online courses will not work with some browsers or platforms, such as viewing/printing the certificate. If you are experiencing a problem with the course functionality or viewing/printing a certificate, we recommend using the latest versions of either: Chrome or Firefox.

Registration approval - Please note that every application is personally approved by the NDWA staff. The approval process can only take place during normal business hours (EST) Monday through Friday. Typically, applications are approved on a same-day basis, however, occasionally due to business, technical, or other reasons, approval may be delayed by several days. PLEASE DO NOT REAPPLY.

Registration confirmation - Upon approval of your application, you will receive a "welcome" email message confirming your registration and providing you with login information. You will be able to access the course immediately upon receiving your registration approval.

Registration confirmation not received - First, the "welcome" message will be coming from onlinehelp@spcollege.edu. Please check your spam or firewall folders to see if you can locate it. Next, If you have not received the "welcome" email message and it has been more than 2 full business days since your applied, you may contact us for assistance.

Certificate issues - If you have difficulty obtaining your certificate and you received a 70% or better grade on the end-of-course test, please follow the instructions on the course homepage for "Reprinting past certificates." If your certificate displays the words "Null Null" instead of you name, also follow the instructions on the course homepage for "Reprinting past certificates."

Technical support - If you are experiencing issues that are not otherwise addressed in this section, please contact us and describe the issue you are experiencing. We will respond as soon as possible during regular business hours (8:30 am – 5:00 pm Eastern time, Monday - Friday). You may also call us at (727) 828-0211 Ext. 109. Please leave a message.

Ohio participants - If you are the training coordinator for a company in Ohio that is trying to qualify for the BWC insurance discount, please contact us to receive the required phone number that a participant may call if they have questions about course content.

Individual & Bulk Pass Purchase Request

Upon submitting this inquiry, a member of our National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance staff will personally contact you.

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