FAA Reasonable Suspicion Training For Supervisors


FAA Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors Training is a 2.5-hour self-paced online training course that includes interactive videos, documents, and resources. Students who complete the course will be able to make reasonable suspicion determination and accurately recognize the signs of suspicious behavior.

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Course Overview

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reasonable suspicion training and reasonable cause training for supervisors is designed to assist employers with ensuring compliance and safety in the aviation industry. Supervisors of safety-sensitive personnel covered by federal aviation regulations must be capable of making determinations to test an employee suspected of prohibited drug or alcohol use.

This is the initial training course for supervisors who have never taken a reasonable suspicion or reasonable cause training course before. FAA drug and alcohol testing regulations require 60 minutes of training on indicators of probable drug use and another 60 minutes of training on the detection of symptoms of alcohol misuse. This course is designed to comply with these regulations as part of an FAA-regulated employer’s overall Employee Assistance Program (EAP).Students benefit from self-paced online training that includes interactive videos, documents, and resources. A certificate of completion, which never expires, can be downloaded immediately after passing the online exam.

Trained supervisors can recognize safety risks early and have a higher probability of intervening before an accident or injury. Enroll in the FAA Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors today and start learning the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse.

This course meets or exceeds the training requirements in all 50 states and for the following federal agencies:

  • Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA),
  • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA),
  • Federal Transit Administration (FTA),
  • Federal Railroad Administration (FRA),
  • United States Coast Guard (USCG), and
  • Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).
Minimum Technology Requirements
  • A computer or mobile device that is less than 5 years old.
  • Speakers, headphones, or earbuds to listen to audio
  • Webcam for interacting with instructors during mock collection (this only applies to courses with mock collections)
  • Internet Browsers, such as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, are preferred to download these browsers visit Mozilla Firefox (latest version) – Download or Google Chrome (latest version) – Download
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader(latest version) can be used for viewing PDF files offline (outside of a web browser). – 
  • A stable high-speed Internet connection or greater is required.
  • If using Internet Explorer, please upgrade to Microsoft Edge since Microsoft has discontinued the use of Internet Explorer.

Course Features & FAQ


DOT Compliant

This course meets or exceeds the training requirements in all 50-states, the following federal agencies: FMCSA, FAA, FTA, FRA, USCG, PHMSA, and other counties that use the DOT guidelines.

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Created by Attorneys

This course and its supplemental resources were created by our co-founder, attorney, and drug and alcohol testing authority and subject matter expert, Andrew David Easler, Esq.

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Live Customer Support

Students, managers and supervisors can contact us, chat with a us-based trainer to answer questions for the duration of the course by calling 1-888-390-5574, using our in-application live chat, or sending an email and we will respond within 60-minites during of regular business hours.

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Learn Anytime & Anywhere

Our courses only expire when you're finished with the course, this means that employees don’t feel rushed into “cramming” for a course only to forget the material a week later and therefore perform better in practice and make fewer mistakes than in traditional training environments.


Credits Never Expire

Unused course credits never expire, so feel free to order bulk credits to receive maximum discounts.

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Instant Course Access

Employees receive instant course access right after registration or invitation sent by a training manager, or supervisor.



FAA Reasonable Suspicion Training For Supervisors may take longer or shorter to complete depending on student pace, reading, and comprehension level.
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Downloadable Certificate

Same-day certificate issuance after completing a course, downloadable in PDF format & printable.

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Instant Manager Accounts

When a employer purchases two or more credits we will automatically create a manager account which can then be used to invite employee, keep all training certificates in one place that will help you stay compliant and well prepared for a audit conduct by the DOT.

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Volume Discounts

Volume discounts for credits are automatically applied during the checkout process. Did you know that course credits never expire so feel free to purchase credits in bulk.


Approved for CE Credits

We are an Approved Education Provider with many human resources certification organizations, licensing bodies and regulatory agencies throughout the world and we offer continuing education credits (CE Credits) with the majority of our courses.

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Additional Resources

Employers can purchase training and reference books which will assist students and supervisors in understanding the regulations involved for each applicable DOT sub agency including the FMCSA, FAA, FRA, FTA, PHMSA and USCG.

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