National Registry of SBIRT Trainers
Part of the National SBIRT ATTC Suite of Services
Purpose of Registry
This registry offers information as an available service to the general public, as well as to employees and employers in the addiction field.
Duration of Registration
Registration is effective for two years and subject to defined requirements as identified below.
Successful completion of a Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Training of Trainers program sponsored by the National ATTC (as evidenced by a TOT awarded certificate)
Experience in teaching and/or training addictions content
Demonstrated efficacy in delivering educational content
Willingness to be observed and evaluated by ATTC quality assurance staff or SAMHSA designee while training on any SBIRT topic.
Satisfactory demonstration of adult learning styles, content knowledge and classroom management as evaluated by ATTC quality assurance staff or SAMHSA designee.
Are you an SBIRT-qualified trainer who would like to be added to the registry? Contact Sarah King at Sarahk@ireta.org for information.
SAMHSA, and the NATIONAL SBIRT ATTC (a program in residence at the Institute for Research, Education and Training in Addictions - IRETA) provide access to the National Registry of Trainers for informational purposes only. Every effort is made to insure that the Registry list is complete, accurate, timely, and up to date: however SAMHSA, and the National SBIRT ATTC assume no responsibility for any inaccuracies therein or the timeliness of the information contained therein. SAMHSA, and the National SBIRT ATTC make no warranties, express or implied, as to the Registry or the information contained therein. SAMHSA, and the National SBIRT ATTC do not endorse or specifically recommend any of the individuals included in the Registry and are not responsible, nor liable to any party for any determination made by reference to this Registry, nor any service provided by those so registered.