HLTPAT005 Collect specimens for drugs of abuse testing

Course Aim:


To provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to collect specimens for drugs of abuse testing.


 Content:



  • Confirm collection requirements

  • Prepare client and equipment

  • Collects specimens via urine, oral and breathe testing

  • Follow special procedures that apply for drugs of abuse testing.


Training and Assessment:


Participants are provided with a learner resource prior to the course.  This resource includes an assessment which must be completed and brought to the course.


Participants in this course will be required to successfully complete both knowledge (theory) and performance (practical) assessments.


Language, Literacy and Numeracy


Participants are required to have foundation skills to be able to read, prepare collection documentation and communicate process and procedures to the test subject.


Certification: 


Statement of Attainment


Time:  8:30 am – 12:30 pm


Price:  $550.00


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RTO & ID


This course is delivered and assessed by our Industry Partner, Time Critical CPR & First Aid RTO ID 51503  www.timecritical.com.au


Kelyn Training Services currently acts as a Third Party Provider. Providing advertising of courses, registration of client interest and collection of fees for this course. Refer to our Client Information Handbook for further information.


Venue:


Kelyn Training Services


Units 1-4, Building F


33-37 Murray Road (South)


WELSHPOOL  WA  6106

Course Start Dates:

Mon, 17th Aug, 2020
Mon, 14th Sep, 2020
Thu, 22nd Oct, 2020
Fri, 13th Nov, 2020


 


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