From the desk of Dorothy McKinley Soressi
School Change Maker
Meeting the needs of students to change their future
Welcome to my Blog on how we can be the change needed in order to raise the Standards of the Esthetics Profession. Each post will provide you with instructive insight on how incorporating the National Esthetician Certification into your existing curriculum, testing the competency of the student with the National Esthetician exam will better prepare them to be successful in today's skin care industry.
The NCEA credential is based upon a 1200-hour competency that builds upon the components of your existing curriculum . Don't be afraid of something you once thought was too big to implement.
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I look forward to working with your school and answering any questions you may have on the National Esthetician Certification program. Why do it? How will it benefit your students? How much will it cost to implement?
We could set up a quick introductory call so that I can share some insights on the certification program and how your school can become an Approved Training Facility. (ATF)
When would be a good time to set up a quick call? You can shoot me a text (917) 579-6479 and let me know what works best based on your current priorities.
The coalition was founded in June of 2000, by 22 associations representing skin care professionals in the United States. Through growth and transformation, the need for a National Certification came about through the fundamental need to assist state regulatory boards in maintaining consumer safety, licensee mobility/endorsement (formally known as reciprocity), grandfathering to Master Esthetician licensing, international recognition and meeting the 1200-hour job tasks of the skin care professional to be successful in today’s skin care industry