NRC Collector and Calibration Technician Instructor Training
The NRC Collector and Calibration Technician Instructor Course includes training the student as a breath alcohol collector and as a breath alcohol collector instructor in accordance with the requirements under the NRC Fitness for Duty Rules and Regulations.
The NRC Collector and Calibration Technician Training portion of the course is focused on the needs of Breath Alcohol Collectors responsibilities and how to perform Accuracy Checks and Calibration Adjustments. This section of the course includes the following:
NRC Rules and Regulations Review
Instrument Nomenclature and Components
Mouth Alcohol Concerns
Operator Instructions for Subject
Quality Assurance Procedures
Accuracy Check Procedures
Calibration Adjustment Procedures
Mock Demonstration of Proficiency
The NRC Collector and Calibration Technician Instructor Training section of the course is focused on providing information to the student to help them instruct their students to meet the requirements of the NRC for becoming a Breath Alcohol Collector and Intoximeters, Inc. for certifying Calibration Technicians. This section includes:
Review of Common Challenges in Breath Alcohol Testing
Common Troubleshooting Issues with Instrument
The Role of the Mock Testing Monitor
Common Errors seen during Mock Testing
Importance of Logging Accuracy Check and Calibration Adjustment Results
Key issues to stress when explaining the Calibration Adjustment Process
Facilitation and Presentation Skills
Review of Provided Training Materials
NRC Collector and Calibration Technician Instructor Training classes are held at Intoximeters’ St. Louis Training Facility, and at select regional locations across the U.S.
If no classes are shown available below, please contact Intoximeters Training Academy at 314-429-4000 for further information.