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The International Congress of Esthetics and Spa
Registration now open for Miami Beach
Saturday, May 3
Arlington Convention Center
Who should attend?
If you are an educator working for a manufacturer/distributor, a teacher at a school or wanting to improve your on-site staff training by understanding learning styles, then this event is for you!
Who should attend?
NETT will give you the edge, recharge your skills and give you the opportunity to network with like-minded professionals.
Cost $125 NCEA members; $149 nonmembers
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Two-day all inclusive admission to The International Congress of Esthetics and Spa.
5 CEs Approved by the Commission on Accreditation.
CE Certificate and Digital Course Materials.
Complimentary NCEA Certified Records Verification ($175 value).
Certificate of Attendance from the International Congress of Esthetics and Spa.
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Spa, an already big business, is getting bigger, according to figures from the Global Wellness Tourism Congress released at ITB Berlin. The research, done by SRI International for the GWTC, assesses the global wellness tourism market at $439 billion, with 77 percent of all expenditures coming from tourists originating in Europe and North America. On the product side, spas rapidly have evolved from the curative spa to the destination spa of today. As destination spas continue to evolve their services, their marketing also is evolving.
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"Being NCEA Certified has opened many more avenues and connections to further my education in the esthetic field. Earning the credential has given me more confidence as a professional."
— Marilyn Bodanyi, Sterling Heights, Mich.
How your business can harness the year of mindfulness
By Emma Fitzpatrick
2014 has been dubbed "the year of mindfulness." In fact, mindfulness has been named one of the top 10 trends that will shape the world this year. People are growing weary of being constantly connected to their digital screens. They want a way to detox, to unwind and rediscover peace, and this movement is spreading quickly. Happiness is being redefined, so it's time to brainstorm how your business industry fits into the mindfulness movement. Read on to learn why and how mindfulness is shaping 2014, and how your business can take hold of this movement.
Establish brand to boost aesthetic practice progress
Although they sell microchips rather than mommy makeovers, the technology startups of Silicon Valley provide lessons for dermatologists and other core aesthetic specialists, according to an expert. As a Silicon Valley resident of California and serial startup company investor, Dr. Scott W. Mosser says he pays attention to startup technology companies' business plans and progress — or lack thereof. As a plastic surgeon based in San Francisco, he adds, he has gleaned the following lessons for core aesthetic specialists.
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Increase your Facebook reach without paying for advertising
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It is getting harder and harder for businesses on Facebook to reach their audiences. According to Facebook, it is due to the increase in the amount of content, the increasing number of businesses building a presence on the site and an effort to crack down on spam. But many also believe that Facebook has decreased the reach of pages in order to make businesses pay for promoted posts and advertisements, thus increasing revenue for Facebook. So just like everything online, there are a few ways that might help increase your reach on Facebook without having to pay for promoted posts or ads.
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A new way to assess student learning
Contributing writer Dr. Deborah Bracke writes: "I'm 'reflecting' a lot these days. My tenure review is a few months away, and it's time for me to prove — in one fell swoop — that my students are learning. The complexity of this testimonial overwhelms me because in the context of the classroom experience, there are multiple sources of data and no clear-cut formula for truth."
COA-APPROVED CONTINUING EDUCATION
CE Articles from PCIJournal.com
TRIGGERS & TREATMENT OF ATOPIC DERMATITIS: COA #PCIA0809 Exp. 8/1/2017 This educational activity has been approved for 1.0 CEs. Download article and test.
After reading this article and taking this test, the skin care professional will be able to:
- Describe the treatment modalities used to treat atopic dermatitis.
- Outline and understand the triggers that can exacerbate the disease.
Standards & Regulatory Positions
The mission of the NCEA is to define standards of practice through certification and continuing education accreditation in order to represent and advocate for the esthetic profession.
NCEA is protecting your right to practice by ...
- Providing professional excellence through the NCEA Certified credential.
- Approving continuing education through the Commission on Accreditation.
- Advocating to strengthen your voice and position with state regulatory boards.
Colby Horton, Vice President of Publishing, 469.420.2601
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Susanne S. Warfield, NCEA Executive Director, 201.670.4100
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