DOT SAP Training

DOT SAP Training

$300.00$400.00

CCAPP has developed a two day training event specific to the revised DOT regulations and focusing on the roles and responsibilities of the Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). This training also qualifies as a DOT compliance seminar for employers who must meet the DOT requirements. The written qualification examination for SAP’s is administered by the IC&RC Certification Boards throughout the country. The IC&RC SAP examination will be offered by appointment only for Sacramento and Long Beach, CA by CCAPP.

For examination outside of California, check with the IC&RC board in your state: https://internationalcredentialing.org/memberboards

Save $100 by registering by March 14, 2021. Registration deadline is March 31, 2021.

Questions? Email [email protected]

No Refunds.

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CCAPP has developed a two day training event specific to the revised DOT regulations and focusing on the roles and responsibilities of the Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). This training also qualifies as a DOT compliance seminar for employers who must meet the DOT requirements. The written qualification examination for SAP’s is administered by the IC&RC Certification Boards throughout the country. The IC&RC SAP examination will be offered by appointment only for Sacramento and Long Beach, CA by CCAPP.

For examination outside of California, check with the IC&RC board in your state: https://internationalcredentialing.org/memberboards

Save $100 by registering by March 14, 2021. Registration deadline is March 31, 2021.

Questions? Email [email protected]

No Refunds.

What is a SAP?

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) regulation — 49 CFR Part 40 — defines the Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) as a person who evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare.  In order to be a SAP, you need to have certain credentials, possess specific knowledge, receive training, and achieve a passing score on a DOT approved examination.  There is also a continuing education requirement. For more information on becoming a SAP, please visit their website at http://www.dot.gov/odapc/sap.
 

To be permitted to act as a SAP in the DOT drug and alcohol testing program, you must meet each of the requirements of this section:

Credentials
 
One of the following credentials must be held:
    • Licensed physician (Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy)
    • Licensed or certified social worker
    • Licensed or certified psychologist
    • Licensed or certified employee assistance professional
    • State-licensed or certified marriage and family therapist
    • IC&RC Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ADC)
Qualification Training
To become a SAP, professionals already holding one of the above mentioned credentials must participate in one of the DOT qualified training programs.  This training meets this requirement.
Written Examination
 
After the completion of a qualified training program, a written examination covering the DOT SAP  knowledge areas must be taken. This training does not include the exam. Contact [email protected] for exam information.

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Dates April 14, 2021 to April 15, 2021