1. Attended the class in its entirety.
2. Attendance can be verified on the Zoom pre registration, and camera cue.
3. Satisfied all practical and / or written requirements.
4. Paid for the class(es) in full.
5. Completed the class material in the specified time frame as applicable .
Certification is a voluntary process that recognizes an individual who has met predetermined qualifications such as job tasks for a profession. These standards are usually specified by a nongovernmental agency or national association. Such qualifications required a training program and examination process.
SCOPE OF PRACTICE
*For the purpose of the NCEA Code of Ethics, the use of the term Esthetician applies to all licensed skin care professionals as defined by their state law.
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