About the Trainer Program
The Layperson Naloxone Administration Trainer Program provides resources and support for partners to conduct community and staff training in their local community.
This is an effective solution for meeting sustainability goals and reaching multiple targeted sectors within a community.
The programming allows for and encourages localization so that the information can be customized to the specific needs of the community and raise awareness of the available state / community resources.
Programming Learning Objectives
- Recognize the signs of an opioid overdose.
- Demonstrate how to administer the opioid overdose reversal drug Naloxone.
- Discuss the role of harm reduction in the overall opioid public health crisis solutions / action plan / strategy.
- List a minimum of three overdose prevention tips for people who use drugs (PWUD).
The program is designed to be delivered to laypersons, including but not limited to individuals, families, groups/organizations, healthcare, and professionals across the community.
Interested in Naloxone and Opioid Risk Prevention Programming for Other Groups?
- First Responders (Law Enforcement, Fire Department, EMS) CLICK HERE
- Schools / Universities CLICK HERE
- Youth / Young Adult (6th to 12th grades) CLICK HERE
Note: The training does not provide naloxone kits or the credentials to be a Naloxone Distribution Entity. State requirements differ. Therefore please check with your local state HHS or Health Departments for specific requirements for your state.
Download Overview PDF
|Layperson Naloxone NARCAN Administration Overview.pdf|
Fees for Training and Annual Program License
There is a 2-part fee structure for the trainer programming.
Training Fee: $225 per person
Includes program training, trainer's kit, and prerequisite online course.
PLUS Licensing Fee - Individual and group licenses are available.
Individual License Fee: $200
Group License Fee: $400 (Access for 2 or more Trainers within an organization)
License fee provides 12-month access to program materials, the online resource center, technical support, and program updates. License renewal is required to use the materials beyond the first 12 months.
Considering two or more programs? Ask us about the Multi-Program Discount.
Next Step > Contact Us
Call 844.554.3354, ext 4 for more information. Or click the button below to send us a message.
Trainer Program Resources & Materials
Available through the online trainer resource center
Program Delivery & Localization
The program materials available for download from the Presenter Resource Center supports delivery via onsite / in-person or virtual settings.
The materials allow for customization / localization of state and local information and resources.
Online Trainer Resource Center
The online trainer resource center includes multiple versions of the training PowerPoint presentation, complete presenter script, attendee surveys, polls, breakout activities, handouts, attendee certificates, media, and more.
Updates are published throughout the year so that materials remain current and relevant.
Trainer's receive CE Credit for accredited courses completed during the training process.
Special pass along attendee discount for additional online learning courses from Overdose Lifeline.
Trainer, Training Process
What to Expect
Prework (approx. 3-4 hours combined)#1 Register: You will be asked to register as a trainer/facilitator.
#2 Prerequisite: You will complete the Brain and the Disease of Addiction prerequisite online course.
#3 Program Course: Then you will take the Layperson Naloxone online course to help familiarize yourself with the concepts and information.
Program Training and Resource Center#4 Program Training & Technical Assistance: You will be prompted to schedule a 60-Minute web meeting to review the program materials and toolset to help prepare you for your first delivery of the program.
#5 Trainer Resource Center: You will gain access to the Trainer Resource Center and the Program materials.
Feedback Survey and Trainer's Certificate#6 Brief Feedback Survey Submission and Certificate Issued
Layperson Naloxone Administration (LPN-TR) Trainer
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