Narcotics Field Testing Certification Course
8 Hours $495 per student
Class size is limited to twenty students
DATE: November 7, 2018, TIME: 8 AM to 4 PM
Course Objective: Develop the ability to perform presumptive field testing of narcotics safely and effectively utilizing a proven system and set of recommended tools. Participants will get hands on training with current technology and understand the limitations and options available to them.
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