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Certified Aromatherapy Safety Professional Program (CASP)™


The Certified Aromatherapy Safety Professional (CASP)™: Introducing Your Comprehensive Guide to Aromatherapy Safety! In this comprehensive micro-credential you will learn critical aromatherapy safety training for today's product formulators, practitioners, retailers, distributors, or consumers. 

Developed by ACHS Founding President Dorene Petersen and ACHS Dean of Aromatherapy Amanda Lattin - this program offers a structured pathway to becoming a certified expert in essential oil safety and administration with a particular focus on topical applications. 

Students will complete the following four courses to earn the Certified Aromatherapy Safety Professional (CASP)™ credential.

Key Takeaways:

  • Course 1: Overview
  • Course 2: Safety
  • Course 3: Toxicology
  • Course 4: Administration


  • Comprehensive Curriculum: Dive into four meticulously crafted courses covering essential topics such as Overview, Safety, Toxicology, and Administration, ensuring you gain a holistic understanding of aromatherapy safety practices.
  • Flexible Learning: Access the program entirely online, allowing you the freedom to learn at your own pace and fit your studies seamlessly into your busy lifestyle.
  • Practical Insights: Learn about crucial aspects like allergic reactions, proper storage of oils, first aid guidelines, and strategies to mitigate adverse reactions, all backed by the latest research and industry insights.

You'll learn how essential oils can cause allergic reactions, the importance of proper storage of essential oils and carrier oils, first aid guidelines for aromatherapy, how to mitigate adverse reactions, toxicology in aromatherapy, and much more!

Upon completion of this course, you will receive a micro-credential certificate and verified digital badge you can add to your resume or LinkedIn profile to showcase your expertise and knowledge. Enjoy your learning journey!

All education developed by American College of Healthcare Sciences. 

ACHS.edu | Portland, OR 

Note: Unless otherwise indicated, ACHS micro-credentials are for professional development and do not award academic credit. Non-credit micro-credentials are not accredited by DEAC.