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With your ATT, contact the Testing Call Center within 15 days of receipt and schedule to take your exam within 90 days.
The path to becoming NCEA Certified begins with knowing if you meet the candidate requirements. Complete the application with supporting documents, and submit for verification. Prepare for and take the Certification Exam. This entire program can be completed in as little as 6-8 weeks.
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The treatment of skin of color
Skin care professionals are increasingly tasked to treat clients from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds, comprising a menagerie of skin tones and textures. Also, whereas it may previously have been possible to classify a client and adopt a treatment protocol based on their dominant ethnic background, this is no longer the case.
Diagonal Reports creates a mega skin care project
A new anti-aging skin care project will transform the facial care market and have ramifications for the entire beauty industry. This project is the result of two major changes in consumer behavior and demographics. Diagonal Reports predicts this new anti-aging skin care project to be 80 percent bigger than the current market.
Fractional ablative lasers a 'mainstay' for scar treatment
Skin & Allergy News
It may seem counterintuitive, but fractional ablative lasers have become a mainstay for treating all types of scars.
At a meeting sponsored by SkinCare Physicians and Northwestern University, Dr. Jill Waibel said that fractional lasers provide symptomatic relief, functional improvement and rehabilitation to the target scars. "Lasers are emerging as the standard of care for scars," said Waibel, a dermatologic surgeon with the Miami Dermatology and Laser Institute.
Even with the lifetime of experience, I've acquired in the industry, there is no getting around the fact that you must study for this test. The NCEA Training manual and webinars are certainly a helpful study source.
— Christina Vaglio, San Diego
8 tips for empowering employees
All managers want people who show initiative by taking on and completing tasks with little guidance. Of course, the expectation is that these people will perform only in ways consistent with company objectives and values. And there lies the leadership challenge. Often the leadership has not done their part to empower the employees or, worse, has gotten in the way through micro-management. Here are eight tips to help make your company a place where people feel good about stepping up and taking it on.
How to juggle multiple roles
Harvard Business Review
These days, we all take on multiple roles. With each role, come different responsibilities. All too often, we try to play each role perfectly, yet the many responsibilities — whether related to work, child care or service — mean we will inevitably disappoint someone. In spite of potential drawbacks, researchers have found that playing multiple roles can not only be gratifying but can also enhance our performance as we develops broader skill sets and social support networks.
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Going viral: How to get more word of mouth business
Online Visibility Pros
You know how satisfying it is when a new customer tells you he came to you at the advice of a friend or colleague. You're excited because you landed a new customer but more than that, you're ecstatic that your service or product impressed another customer so much that he or she recommended you. That's word of mouth advertising and that's the most effective form of getting your message out. In fact WOM has been measured to be up to 10 times more effective than traditional forms of advertising.
Crafting alluring and effective posts on social media
By Emma Fitzpatrick
While Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook and the like all fall under the umbrella of social media, using each platform requires an individualized set of tricks and tips. A new study recently found the most effective tips and guidelines for posting on different social media outlets. Implementing these tips will allow your business to see a higher number of likes, retweets, views and — most importantly — engagement.
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Les Nouvelles Esthetiques & spa
Let's touch on a subject that most of us are way too familiar with ... stress. There probably isn't a week that goes by in which we all experience this tension that affects our bodies and our lives. Yes, there are many methods out there that are geared to relieve stress and tension. Consider some of these methods.
6 proposals for improving teacher morale
Teacher morale isn't a popular topic, and that makes sense on the surface. Teachers are professionals, like engineers, doctors, farmers or business leaders, and no one is going out of their way to make sure that engineers are "keeping their head up" or that farmers "feel good about their craft."
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Webinar: 'Income potential': What does this mean to your students?
Learn 90 percent of what owners and managers don't do that may set your students to not be as successful in the beginning of their careers. Every teacher will have the opportunity to help create success for their students by passing on the information that they learn in this class.
At the conclusion of this presentation the teacher will be able to:
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- Explain how to analyze job opportunities and determine the benefits.
- Demonstrate the integration of prospective employee goals and student expectations.
- Establish a timeline of benefits that a student should expect from their employer.
- Clarify what training and compensation to expect when hired.
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Find your federal and state officials
You can find state and federal officials using these websites:
Colby Horton, Vice President of Publishing, 469.420.2601
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Rebecca Eberhardt, Content Editor, 469.420.2608
Susanne S. Warfield, NCEA Executive Director, 201.670.4100
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