October 15, 2019
What is TMEC?
The Teen Marijuana & E-Cigarettes Course (TMEC) was developed by Certified Prevention Specialists in partnership with schools, law enforcement, treatment and medical providers in Oregon to educate youth and adults (ages 13 and above) about the consequences of substance use and impaired driving. TMEC was piloted in collaboration with Redmond School District and High Desert ESD Driver Education Programs in 2016, and launched statewide in 2017.
CLEAR Alliance has updated and released a 2019 revision of the TMEC curriculum, created a 2-hour Driver Education program, and created a 1-hour “What is Vaping?” program, which are included in the 2019 TMEC Instructor Kit.
Who is encouraged to attend?
Schools, Educators, Driver Education Instructors, DREs, SROs, Law Enforcement, Prevention Coordinators, Treatment Providers, Medical Staff, Parents, and Teens.
Which training should I attend?
Option 1) If you are interested in becoming a new TMEC Instructor to provide TMEC programs in your community, register for 8am-5pm ($400 fee includes training, curriculum kit, and the “Did You Know?” ads).
Option 2) If you are already trained as a TMEC Instructor ($250 fee includes updated 2019 curriculum kit and choice to attend a training for free).
Option 3) If you are not interested in becoming a TMEC Instructor, but would like to attend the TMEC Presentation, please register for 8am-12pm ($50 fee).
Where is this training located?
Medford School District Education Center
815 S. Oakdale Avenue
Entrance off of the parking lot on Monroe Street
Need financial assistance?
Financial contribution from your agency is required. In order to be considered for financial assistance, a minimum of 20%-50% in contribution is requested. Please give the amount you or your agency is able to