Session Detail


Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals




The goal of the DITEP Course is to enable the secondary educational professional to recognize the signs and symptoms of drug and/or alcohol impairment, in order to:
  • Prevent an impaired student from driving away from campus and/or
  • Serve as a treatment intervention tool to reduce future instances of DWI.
It is hoped this training will ultimately reduce the number of underage drug and/or alcohol related traffic fatalities. The information and procedures presented in this course are for administrative purposes only. They are designed to aid in the assessment of drug and/or alcohol impairment in students. The subject matter presented will touch upon some, but not all of, the factors a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) considers when examining a drug-impaired individual. This training is not designed as an enforcement tool and will not qualify the participant as a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE).

Important Session Information:


Registration for this session has ended

Session ID:
390343
Credits Available:
(6) SD or CPE
 
Fee:
$0.00
Contact Person:
Mark Ybarra
Instructor(s):
Outside Organization Staff
Audience:
Administrators, Adult Educators, Behavior Specialists, Child Nutrition Administrators, Counselors, CTE Teachers, Driver Education Staff, ESC Specialist, Health Educators, Nurses/Nurses Aides, Parents, Principals/Asst. Principals, School Safety Personnel, Teachers, All Levels
 
Date Time Location
3/31/2020 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Region 6 ESC



Copyright 2014 escWorks .NET. All Rights Reserved.

Region VI Education Service Center
Home Page  |  Contact Us
Powered by escWorks Logo