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Last updated: 3/24/2016
Amy Evans
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12441 West 49th Avenue, #4
80033  United States
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+1 800-722-4872 (Phone)
+1 303-431-1423 (Fax)
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  Breath alcohol testing equipment and supplies
  BAT Training
  Reasonable Suspicion Training
  CPC Training
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MBA - Capella University
BA in English - University of Colorado
BA in History - University of Colorado

15 years of business management
Over 8 years in the drug and alcohol testing business
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Amy Evans is currently the Workplace and Training Business Manager at Lifeloc Technologies (manufacture of evidential breath alcohol testers) and has been in the drug and alcohol testing industry since 2004; she is extremely knowledgeable in the industry and an expert in alcohol testing.
During her tenure at Lifeloc, Amy has acquired an extensive understanding of adult learning including the integral role that online learning can play and has published an article entitled E-Learning in the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry published in the Winter 2011 edition of Focus Magazine.
In order to meet this emerging need for alternative training Amy developed Lifeloc University, a custom Learning Management System (LMS) that offers SCORM compliant training course content to the substance abuse industry. She has created industry specific courses such as Breath Alcohol Technician Training (BAT) and Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors delivered through the Lifeloc LMS. The LMS coupled with the courses has provided a valuable, alternative and affordable learning option.
Amy has created extensive breath alcohol training materials for non-mandated and mandated testing; these materials and Lifeloc University are utilized by both private and governmental agencies in North America and abroad. She also regularly conducts training in person and via webcast.
Amy’s specific industry experience is enhanced by over 15 years of business development management, which coupled with a Master’s in Business Administration from Capella University provides her with a unique business prospective.
In addition, Amy is actively involved with the HR-XML Consortium acting as a member of the Screening Work Group and in particular, working on the” Drug and Alcohol Testing Project.” The goal of this specific project is to develop standards which will allow employers and service providers greater ability to streamline the drug and alcohol testing processes.
Amy has been an active member is both SAPAA and DATIA for the past eight years and is dedicated to the continual advancement of the drug and alcohol industry.
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