This course includes a "Certificate of Completion" which is delivered upon 100% course completion and the achievement of a minimum 80% passing grade on the final exam. Certificates expire 2 years from issue date.
If you achieved a 80% or higher grade on your final exam, a link to your Certificate of Completion will be referenced on-screen at the end of the course (see below) and your certificate credentials will be delivered to the email address associated with the course's registration. Credentials are through Accredible.
What is the difference between a course and a trainer course?
A trainer course allows someone to license the course program and become trained to deliver the course program within their local community. Learn more about trainer courses https://www.overdose-lifeline.org/training
Whereas a course is taken by an individual for their personal educational goals or CEUs.
Do you provide group or enterprise pricing?
Yes, group or enterprise pricing is available which includes the ability to track group progress against training objectives.
Does the course work on mobile devices?
Yes, the course is a fully responsive site designed for learning on any device, including mobile, tablet, desktop and laptop.
If I access the course through different devices will I be able to resume the course where I last left off?
Yes, you can resume on any device exactly where you left off, even mid-video. You can resume play on any device, including mobile, tablet, laptop, or desktop.
I would like more information about the CE and Certificate Program through Purdue University
In partnership with Purdue University College of Pharmacy, Office of Continuing Education, Overdose Lifeline is developing layperson and clinician CE and certificate program on Addiction / Substance Use Disorder – with Opioid Specialization.
The program will assist clinicians in building knowledge and competency in the underserved area - substance use disorder/opioid crisis. As well as, for those from other disciplines who have a role in addressing the opioid crisis or who want to learn more about substance use disorder and the opioid public health crisis. The program is structured to support the educational needs of healthcare clinicians, students and the layperson.
Overdose Lifeline’s published courses are currently undergoing accreditation review. They will transition from a Overdose Lifeline “Certificate of Completion” to a Purdue University certificate upon completion of the review and accreditation process. Future courses will publish with the accreditation process already completed.We anticipate this transition to occur in MARCH 2019.