Becoming a Certified Professional Collector (CPC)

Succeeding in the world of drug and alcohol testing requires hard work and persistence, particularly early on in a collector’s career. There are many effective methods of improving chances for success such as earning professional designations like the Certified Professional Collector (CPC) designation.

What is a CPC?

A CPC is a Certified Professional Collector. This is a designation awarded by approved trainers for the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA). While not a government agency, DATIA has worked closely with various governmental and non-governmental organizations including the United States Department of Transportation to help develop appropriate legislation and industry standards. This is one of many reasons why DATIA has become an authority in the industry.

There are currently approximately 1,500 CPCs throughout the country and North America.

How do I become a CPC?

Easler Education can guide you through the entire process. Andrew Easler, the company’s co-founder, has earned DATIA’s highest instructor designation, the Regional Certified Professional Collector Trainer, and can therefore conduct collector training and issue CPC designations.

Collectors seeking this designation must meet the following requirements:

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How can we help you?

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