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Oklahoma Right Start Infant/Toddler Certificate of Achievement Stipend Program Grievance and Appeal Process
Participants that feel that they should qualify for the program or have completed training that meets qualifications should notify the Project Director of the Oklahoma Professional Development Registry (OPDR) in writing within 30 days of receiving denial letter for a formal grievance. Participants are entitled to appeal decisions made by the OPDR administrators up to two times.
The following is the process that The Oklahoma Registry Project Director will follow during a grievance:
Oklahoma Registry Project Director will pull the file and do a full audit on the file to determine if completed training should qualify.
Appeals must be received within 30 days from the date of the denial letter
Appeals must be submitted in writing and addressed to The Oklahoma Registry’s Project Director
Appeals can be submitted via mail, fax or e-mail
Within 10 days of the receipt of Appeal #1, the participant can expect a reply, in writing, from the program administrator reflecting the decision of Appeal #1
Appeal #2 should be received within 14 days from the date of Appeal #1’s decision
Appeal #2 must be submitted in writing and addressed to CECPD’s Director
Appeal #2 can be submitted via mail, fax or e-mail
Within 10 days of the receipt of Appeal #2, the participant can expect a reply, in writing, from CECPD’s Director reflecting a decision.
Decision from CECPD’s Director on Appeal #2 is final
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