Alert: Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS) to begin receiving applications for facilitator training program curriculum approval beginning Monday, June 6

Alert: Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS) to begin receiving applications for facilitator training program curriculum approval beginning Monday, June 6
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The Update In Full   Psilocybin Services Facilitator Training Program Curriculum Approval Details 06/02/2022 Greetings, Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS) will begin receiving applications for facilitator training program curriculum approval beginning Monday, June 6, 2022 at 9:00am PDT. Detailed information about the application process, including an application guide for training programs seeking curriculum approval, can be found on our Apply for Training Program Curriculum Approval webpage. The OPS Training program, Licensing, and Compliance system (TLC) is a new online platform where training programs will apply for curriculum approval, complete a curriculum worksheet, and upload a copy of their detailed training program curriculum. As a reminder, requirements for training program curriculum are outlined in OAR 333-333-3005 to 333-333-3090, which can be reviewed on the Oregon Secretary of State webpage. The application will also be available to download and print. If you will need these written materials in other languages, braille, large print, or other formats, please contact us by calling (971) 341-1713 or by emailing OHA.Psilocybin@dhsoha.state.or.us. Applications will not be reviewed until a non-refundable application fee of $500 has been paid and cleared. OPS cannot accept electronic payments at this time. Please see the webpage for more information about current payment method options. Due to limitations in predicting application volume, it may take OPS several weeks to review applications. Thank you for your patience. Once OPS begins approving applications, a list of training programs with approved curriculums will be posted on the OPS webpage. Psilocybin facilitator training programs may be required to be licensed by the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC). Under state law, career schools must be licensed by the HECC (see ORS 345.010 to 345.450). A career school is defined in state law as “any private proprietary professional, technical, home study, correspondence, business or other school instruction, organization or person that offers any instruction or training for…

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