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Become an Approved School
Please Note: All NAHA school applications and their required documents are evaluated first to ensure that the information meets the NAHA application requirements. If an application is not submitted with complete information that meets requirements, it may be rejected. If all appropriate documents are submitted in full, then the application review process may proceed. This review process also includes review of course curriculum, marketing materials, and the school's website to verify that content is original and not plagiarized. Please follow the below notations to ensure that your school application follows NAHA Code of Ethics, and does not include content copied from other sources (i.e., colleagues, publications, books, etc.) without the proper citations/references and most importantly written and signed permission from the author (unless information is from Public Domain-which must be cited as such).
All school course content (including images, photos, graphs, and charts) and marketing materials must be original. The curriculum and required documents must be submitted in an organized format and include safety data (including cautions, contraindications, and sustainability warnings (if applicable)). Any sourced data (including photos, charts, and graphs) must be properly referenced/cited (if used from another source (including Public Domain), and if required, include written permission from the originator/author of that said work (and submit the document of written proof of permission)).
NAHA does not accept for approval any content that has been copied/pasted from other sources (including websites, written texts (books, journals, manuals, etc.), and or media that has not been properly cited/referenced (and attained written permission if required by the originator/author)). This includes the use of essential oil profiles shared by businesses that sell essential oils/aromatherapy products and supplies in which they include profiles of these botanicals/ingredients on their website for the general public view.
Prior to submitting an application to become a NAHA –Approved School/Educator, please visit these important links listed below to read:
As the aromatherapy industry evolves and develops to meet more integrative holistic health practices, as a leading organization in the aromatherapy field, we review our education standards from time to time to keep current, relevant and safe. It is recommended for you, as an advocate, student and/or educator, that you review our standards of education periodically to stay familiar and abreast of existing and new guidelines.
Follow these instructions to become an Approved School
You will need to be a Level 2, Level 3, or Business member in order to proceed. If you are not, you can get one from your Account Page as well.
On the right hand side in the Account Navigation menu, find the Add a Subscription link and use it to add the appropriate School subscription for your region. You will be taken back to the main Account page afterwards.
From the Account Navigation menu, choose Subscriptions and Billing
Locate your school subscription on the left, and use the link there to fill out the CASE Application online.
NOTE: We will not be able to process your school application until you fill out the online CASE form.
By submitting a school application, you are agreeing to the NAHA terms and conditions including adherence to the NAHA CASE Standards and NAHA Code of Ethics. Your application fee includes a non-refundable $100 processing fee.
NAHA considers plagiarism to be a serious offense. Plagiarism of materials is grounds for termination of membership and immediate removal from the NAHA approved school list. New school applications containing plagiarized content will not be approved and may result in the applicant’s individual NAHA membership also being revoked.
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