|Becoming a U.S. Department of Transportation Substance Abuse Professional (SAP)|
In order to be a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), you need to have certain credentials, possess specific knowledge, receive training, achieve a passing score on an examination and complete a continuing education requirement. Each of these requirements is discussed below and is easily accomplished through NAADAC’s Substance Abuse Professional’s U.S. DOT Alcohol and Drug Testing Regulation Qualification Independent Study Course. Learn more.
1.) In order to qualify as a U.S. Department of Transportation Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), the applicant must have one of the following credentials:
2.) SAP applicants must possess knowledge of:
3.) SAP applicants must receive 12 hours of professional development relevant to performing SAP functions during each three-year renewal period and pass a validated examination administered by a nationally recognized professional or training organization.
Each of these requirements can be met through NAADAC!
The links below provide more information on Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs):