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LEO 0339 Section 44429 - Breath Test Operator Renewal

The student will review the role of a breath test operator as it relates to obtaining and analyzing breath samples during the breath test and how to obtain and maintain a Breath Test Operator permit.

No corequisites or prerequisites
Credits: 0.13

Section notes

BREATH TEST OPERATOR
RENEWAL COURSE
DATE: June 18, 2013
HOURS: 8a-12p 4 hours
FEE: Trust Fund
LOCATION: Seminole State College
Center for Public Safety, Room: 155
INSTRUCTOR: J. Riggins

PROGRAM CONTENT:
This is the 4 hour mandatory refresher course for Intoxilyzer 5000 operators. This class also includes the Crossover Intoxilyzer 8000 training. This lesson will introduce the student to the rules of breath alcohol analysis. The student will be expected to know and understand the sections of Chapter 11D-8, Florida Administrative Code that govern breath alcohol analyses.

This is a specialized training course, which can be used to satisfy mandatory retraining only; not applicable for salary incentive.

Seat Priority goes to officers of Seminole County.
Contact your training officer for reservations or call Seminole State CJI at 407-708-2187. Forms can be faxed to the Seminole State College CJI at 407-322-1309.
A complete list of Advanced Training Classes is available online at: www.seminolestate.edu/criminaljustice

Seminole State College of Florida
Center for Public Safety
Criminal Justice Institute
100 Weldon Boulevard
Sanford, FL 32773

Courses Offered For Summer 2013
TermClassDelivery MethodCampusRoomStatusStart DateEnd DateProfessorStart TimeEnd TimeDaysBookSylb.
OT44429Lecture and DiscussionSLMSLMPS0155Open06/1806/18Hendrix8:00 a.m.11:59 a.m.TTextbook InformationView Syllabus

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