(1) Applicants must provide documentation of completion of 40 hours of a training course in behavioral health peer support.
(2) All training programs must be approved by the board and those approved programs shall be posted on the board's web site. All education programs must provide content in the following domains:
(a) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration core competencies;
(b) boundaries and ethics;
(d) scope of practice;
(e) communication skills;
(g) suicide awareness;
(h) stages of change;
(i) trauma-informed care;
(j) cultural awareness;
(k) pathways of recovery;
(l) recovery story;
(m) clinical supervision;
(n) accessing community resources;
(o) emotional intelligence;
(p) supporting others in recovery;
(q) one-on-one session skills;
(r) support group facilitation; and
(s) recovery planning.
(3) The training course in behavioral health peer support shall include successful completion of an exam. Exam scores shall be submitted with the training course.