NCEA Curriculums & CE Study Tools

About NCEA Curriculums & CE Study Tools

The purpose of the NCEA developing these curriculums is to provide an overview of what a course should cover on the various modalities. The skin care professional can use these outlines to  evaluate content of courses that they are thinking of attending. Some NCEA Approved Training Facilities (ATFs) may teach these courses. Please visit www.nceacertified.tv to locate one near you.

 

NCEA Light Emitting Diode Curriculum Outline

After completing this course, a skin care professional should be able to:

  • Define LEDs
  • Understand LED procedures
  • Describe Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) role in classifications of devices
  •  Explain state regulations as pertaining to scope of practice
  • Practice standard precautions and follow Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens Act and the Hazards Communication Standard
  • Use disinfection and sterilization techniques as required by state regulations
  • Complete a client consultation form, client medical and lifestyle history, maintain treatment documentation and obtain an informed consent and signed release form
  • Identify indications and contraindications for treatment
  • Perform procedure
  • Perform pre and post treatment skin care
  • Make recommendations for home care and follow-up

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NCEA’s Microdermabrasion Curriculum Outline

After completing this course, a skin care professional should be able to:

  • Define exfoliation.
  • Understand the cosmetic exfoliating procedures.
  • Describe Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) role in classifications of machines.
  • Explain state regulations as pertaining to scope of practice. 
  • Practice Standard precautions and follow Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.
  • Use disinfection and sterilization techniques as required by state regulations. 
  • Practice disposal of materials in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Guidelines.
  •  Identify indications and contraindications for treatment.
  • Complete a client consultation form and obtain an informed consent. 
  • Perform a skin analysis and determine a treatment plan.
  • Perform a microdermabrasion treatment.
  • Perform pre and post treatment skin care.
  • Make recommendations for home care and follow-up.

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NCEA’s Chemical Exfoliation  Curriculum Outline

After completing this course, a skin care professional should be able to:

  • Define chemical exfoliation.
  • Understand the cosmetic exfoliating procedures.
  • Describe Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) role in classifications of cosmetics, drugs and over-the-counter drugs.
  • Explain state regulations as pertaining to scope of practice.
  • Practice standard precautions and follow Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines and the Hazards Communication Standard.
  • Use disinfection and sterilization techniques as required by state regulations.
  • Identify indications and contraindications for treatment.
  • Complete a client consultation form and obtain an informed consent and be able to perform a patch test.
  • Perform a skin analysis and determine a treatment plan.
  • Perform chemical exfoliation treatment.
  • Perform pre and post treatment skin care.
  • Make recommendations for homecare and follow-up.

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42 Hour Laser & Light Therapy  Curriculum Outline

After completing this course, a skin care professional should be able to:

  • Define laser and light therapy
  • Understand laser and light therapy procedures
  • Describe Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) role in classification of devices
  • Explain state regulations as pertaining to scope of practice
  • Practice standard precautions and follow Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogen Act and the Hazards Communication Standard
  • Follow safety precautions of ANSI Standards
  • Complete a client consultation form, client medical and lifestyle history, maintain treatment documentation and obtain an informed consent and signed release form
  • Identify indications and contraindications for treatment
  • Perform procedure
  • Perform pre and post treatment skin care
  • Make recommendations for home care and follow-up

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COA-Approved Study Tools with CEs

ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES - Click here - (Download article & test)
COA#NCEAALTTHER9S   Exp. 7/1/2015
This educational activity has been approved for 2.0 CEs.
After completing this interactive alternative therapies the skin care professional will be able to:
1. Evaluate the role that alternative therapies play in overall well-being.
2. Describe and identify types of alternative therapies.
3. Understand the value of ayurvedic facial treatments and ingredients.
4. Summarize the different chakras and their associated element and color.

MEDICAL ESTHETICS - Click here - (Download article & test)
COA#NCEAMEDESTH8R   Exp. 7/1/2015
This educational activity has been approved for 3.0 CEs.
After completing this interactive medical esthetics the skin care professional will be able to:
1. Evaluate the role of the esthetician in medical esthetics and formulate a job description.
2. Describe medical esthetic procedures for cosmetic and medical indications.
3. Understand scope of practice and increased responsiblities in a medical setting.
4. Summarize the differences of working in a spa vs. a medical esthetics practice.

LASER & LIGHT THERAPY - Click here - (Download article & test)
COA#NCEALASLIGH1T2U   Exp. 7/1/2015
This educational activity has been approved for 4.0 CEs.
After completing this interactive medical esthetics the skin care professional will be able to:
1. Evaluate the role of the esthetician pre and post-procedures.
2. Describe laser & light therapy treatments for cosmetic and medical indications.
3. Understand scope of practice and increased safety responsibilities when performing laser & light therapy procedures.
4. Summarize the history and physics of laser and light therapy.

About the Commission on Accreditation (COA)
The NCEA Commission on Accreditation (COA) was formed to facilitate and supervise the continuing education requirements of the skin care professional for recertification and/or relicensure. MORE

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