Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Seminar is an evidence-based alcohol and drug risk reduction education program for individuals convicted of driving under the influence.
To teach DUI Seminar classes, instructors must become certified through the Behavioral Health Division and work at a licensed substance use disorder treatment program with the state
Find a Certified Instructor in Your Area
- DUI Evaluation Providers (Updated March 2022)
- Licensed 16-Hour DUI Seminar Programs in North Dakota (Updated March 2022)
Become a Certified Instructor
To become a certified instructor, individuals must have at least a 2-year degree or its equivalent OR at least one year of professional work experience in the education, health, human services, or criminal justice field.
How To Get Certified
- Apply to become an instructor
- Submit an application.
- Submit required attachments
- Proof of at least a two-year degree (diploma, transcript, etc.); OR.
- A letter describing at least one year of professional work experience including agency name, supervisor name, duties, job title, and dates of employment.
- Complete instructor training.
- When the Behavioral Health Division determines an individual is eligible to become an instructor, an email will be sent to the email address listed on the application. This email will contain a link for individuals to complete New Instructor Training through Prime For Life.
- Submit training certificate.
- After successfully completing New Instructor Training, submit the certificate of completion from Prime For Life.
Individuals who complete the 24-hour New Instructor Training through Prime For Life are also eligible to apply to become a certified Minor In Possession (MIP) instructor.