There’s a program in Forever that steers towards oly lifts (Morning Star), without giving away details, the bulk of the work is done by either working up to TM x3-5 reps or doing a certain number of total reps (like 10) at TM, splitting them how you see fit. The rest is kept at 5x5, 5x3 or 3x5 with a fairly submaximal %.
Mind it, this is still something that puts oly lift into a bigger picture of training them along with other non-oly lifts, so while they may be trained a lot it doesn’t mean it’s ideal for someone who wants to really focus on oly lifts. Chances are that you’ll need a coach for that.
One method I see a lot mentioned here where I live is MAV (which translates roughly to “best fast lift”) and basically has you working up to a daily 1RM or 3RM. These RMs are fast explosive reps, as soon as the bar slows down and technique is not crisp, you stop.
Using that 1RM/3RM, you can then do a fixed amount of sets/reps based on %s of that RM (i.e. like 3x3@80% of your daily 1RM or 5x5@85% of your daily 3RM), or working up to another RM (i.e. you can work up to your daily 1RM, then back off and restart ramping towards a 3RM), or you can back off doing variations of the lifts (like partials, paused and so on).