Opioid Training & Courses
Overdose Lifeline has worked with subject matter experts to develop effective evidence-based opioid training and continuing education courses.
Opioid Training and Continuing Education
Overdose Lifeline opioid training and continuing education is available online and in-person. Meanwhile, the continuing education is only available as self-paced online courses. These opioid education programs are intended to help individuals, professionals, and businesses (or organizations) to fight the opioid public health crisis.
Earn CE Credits Online
In addition to first responder, layperson, and clinician CE credits, ODL offers a 20-credit Certificate Program on Substance Use Disorder with an Opioid Specialization.
Our Clinician and Layperson CE program provides credits for Nursing (ANCC), Pharmacy (ACPE), Physician (ACMME) and other laypersons and healthcare professionals. As a result, the program assists in building knowledge and competency in substance use disorder and the opioid crisis. Courses are accredited through Purdue University, College of Pharmacy, Office of Continuing Education.
Our Law Enforcement CE Credits meet annual in-service training requirements for Indiana Law Enforcement officers and support personnel. Overdose Lifeline is an approved Law Enforcement Training Board training provider (#47-1333720).
Become a Trainer in Your Community
ODL Trainer Programs allow individuals to get trained in delivering opioid training in their local communities. To date, more than 440 trainers and delivery partners across 28+ U.S. states have been trained by Overdose Lifeline to deploy adult and youth opioid education. To become a trainer, individuals need to complete one or more prerequisite courses and the program training online. When training in more than one program, fees* may be lower as some of the prerequisites cross programs.
* Annual licensing and training fees vary by program.
On-Site & Live Online Training
Overdose Lifeline offers live online and on-site training at your facility for groups of five or more. This makes for a cost-effective way to train a group of individuals on your schedule. In order to access attendees’ knowledge before and after the training, ODL performs pre- and post-class evaluations. Additionally, some courses require pre-course work to prime attendees for the training and prepare them to retain as much information as possible.
PROGRAM DELIVERY PARTNERS
across 28 U.S. states
INDIANA LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY (ILEA)
continuing education accreditation
NURSING, PHARMACY, PHYSICIAN CE ACCREDITATION
in partnership with Purdue University
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