The expert instructors at Drugs and
Alcohol Risk Management (DAARM) educate their clients on the prevention and
detection of drug and alcohol-related abuse—helping to minimize the associated
risks. Doug Scott, the primary instructor, has provided drug and
alcohol abuse-related training for over twenty years. The other instructors
are also experts in their respective fields and can draw on their wealth of
experience to help your organization minimize risks related to drugs and alcohol.
DAARM offers onsite training, consulting, training manuals and DVDs, and testimony for clients in the
- Attorneys / Legal Services
- Transportation / DOT Compliance
- Colleges / Schools
- Law Enforcement
- Substance Abuse Counselors
- Women's Groups
- as well as other businesses
DAARM conducts a general set of courses, CLE training, Legal services and CLE Training, DOT compliance courses and will also specialize training to meet your needs.
View 2015 CLE Training Calendar with on-line registration or download our CLE Brochure and Registration Form
** Special Event **: THE DWI Seminar March 12-13, 2015 in Cary, North Carolina. View brochure and register online.
Training manuals and recorded DVDs of training sessions are also available. Topics include:
- DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing
- Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE)
- 2013 Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) Pre-school and 7 Day School
Testimonials, such as this example, illustrate the value DAARM has provided for a variety of organizations:
"With more than 20 years in military law enforcement and corporate security, I can say without question that Doug Scott's sessions related to the prevention and detection of drug and alcohol-related abuse are the ruler by which others should be measured. He brings three key elements to his training -- clinical knowledge based on empirical data, real world application based on first-hand experience in the field, and an engaging, entertaining presentation style. Doug's programs provide a solid return on investment through increases in productivity, decreases in absenteeism, reductions in accidents and medical claims, and for those involved in investigations, fewer employee thefts. As an example, if the statistics are correct, an estimated sixty percent of pilferage and theft is attributed to substance-using employees. Can you avoid not putting the tools in the hands of your managers?"
- Alan J. Borntrager, CPP (Board Certified in Security Management)
Contact us to find out more about what DAARM can do to help your organization.