The NCEA Certified credential is awarded to those who have achieved a passing score on the exam, fulfilling the requirements of the NCEA Certified credential. Attaining the National Esthetician Certification is the highest voluntary credential in the United States–raising the standards of our profession beyond entry-level licensure. The NCEA Certified credential signifies the value and credibility for consumers in determining the expertise and training of an Esthetician.
NATIONAL ESTHETICIAN CERTIFICATION OVERVIEW
The path to get your National Esthetician Certification begins with a NCEA Individual Membership, then purchasing the TRAINING MANUAL. Start the CANDIDATE APPLICATION requirements while working on the manual. In about 4-6 weeks, your Candidate Application should be ready to send in. After receiving your AUTHORIZATION-TO-TEST (ATT) take the proctored EXAM within 60 days in the comfort of your own home or office. The speed at which you progress through the course will depend upon your time, and completion of all candidate application requirements.
ADVANCING YOUR CAREER
Getting the NCEA Certified credential is not a “one-and-done certification.” The National Esthetician Certification is setting standards necessary for the growth of our profession. These standards make us accountable for our decisions and actions, while maintaining competency during our career. Maintaining your NCEA Certified credential demonstrates your commitment to advancing competency standards, and promoting the best possible outcomes to minimize consumer risk.
Completing Advanced Recertifications continues your knowledge journey encompassing new technologies/services that will continually evolve in our profession. Your NCEA Certified credential and NCEA Membership support ongoing advocacy to help raise standards for all Estheticians in the United States.
POST YOUR RESUME
NCEA CERTIFIED JOB BOARD LAUNCHED
Upload your RESUME so prospective employers looking for Nationally Certified Estheticians – NCEA Certified can find you. Join the ranks of your peers in finding the best careers in medical, spa, education and marketing positions.
NATIONAL CONTINUING EDUCATION ACCREDITATION (COA)
- Provide educational activities that will increase the skin care professional’s knowledge, skills and competency.
- Provide local, regional, national and international accredited educational activities, and learning opportunities.
- Raise the standard of educational delivery methods and utilize faculty disclosure(s) to improve quality of educational activities.
- To meet or exceed state regulatory board’s continuing education requirements for relicensure.
- Provide state regulatory boards a quality commission on accreditation for skin care professionals.
HERE IS WHAT ESTHETICIANS
“The NCEA made getting my Master Esthetician License in Washington so uncomplicated. Being a member, getting my NCEA Certified credential will motivate me to continue my education.”–Regan Jordan-Carney
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UPDATE YOUR LINKEDIN PROFILE TODAY
Go to your LinkedIn Profile and under Licenses & Certification – search for NCEA Certified. Enter your Credential Issue and Expiration Date and your Credential ID.
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Online Proctored Examinations
No more driving to a testing facility to sit for the National Esthetician Certification Exam! With a computer and a smart phone, you can test in the comfort of your home or office.