Certified Urine Specimen Collector Training
The Lifeloc web-based collector training course is the fastest and most convenient way to obtain Certified Urine Specimen Collector qualification for yourself
or for others in your organization. Updated with the latest 2013 DOT materials, our web-based collector training procedural course satisfies the requirements for
qualification training as outlined in Federal Regulations, 49 CFR Part 40.
Here's How It Works:
- Procedural Training
Complete the DOT required procedural training on-line, at your convenience, with our easy to navigate self-paced
course. This self-study course covers the DOT procedural requirements through a professionally designed and narrated combination of text, images and video
examples. You retain full access to course materials on-line and in downloadable form for the full 5 years of your certification. Course content is continually
updated with DOT rules and regulation changes and you’re alerted via email to changes as they happen.
Note: All Lifeloc online courses are SCORM compliant
- Mock Tests
Once your procedural collector training is completed the DOT requires you to successfully complete five observed mock
collections under various scenarios. These can be completed via webcam or in-person with a regional Lifeloc Master Trainer or a qualified instructor in your own
organization. The mocks must be done live, either on-line or in-person. Lifeloc has a North American network of over 25
Master Trainers available to support your training and proficiency demonstrations. So whether you chose to complete your mocks via the web or in person, you’ll
find us close by.
After completion of collector qualification training and five mock collections you are fully qualified to perform DOT urine specimen collections. You will receive
two certificates of completion, one for the Procedural Training and another for the Practicals (Mock Tests).
Lifeloc Urine Specimen Collector web training covers
- Monitored and observed collections
- Donor identification
- Custody and control forms
- Procedures for urine collection