Become an Approved Training Facility/Testing Center
NCEA Approved Training Facilities (ATF) & Testing Centers (TC) prepare students/candidates to sit the National Esthetician Certification Exam. An ATF/TC can be a cosmetology/esthetic school teaching an esthetics licensing program or a post-graduate training facility.
NCEA Prep Class
A NCEA Certification prep class provides an interactive study group that allows the candidate to further their knowledge development. Its an excellent way to “brush-up” on skills, develop a nurturing mentor relationship with their instructor, and provides more interaction than if the candidate only used the self-study method.
Utilizing the training manual format, the instructor will review study objectives and knowledge reviews, provide interactive verbal quizzes, and conclude the class with a sample written test. This sample test provides the candidate with an overview of how a test question will appear on the examination.
7 Hour Light Emitting Diodes (LED) Curriculum
14 Hour Microdermabrasion Curriculum
21 Hour Chemical Exfoliation Curriculum
42 Hour Laser and Light Therapy Curriculum
As a NCEA Approved Training Facility, you will have the option of offering these NCEA courses at your facility. The hands-on portion of the curriculums have been purposely left open for your facility to use the device(s)/product(s) that you choose.
NCEA Recertification Class
ReCertification is required three (3) years from the date of expiration of NCEA Certified certificate. An NCEA Certified professional is responsible for completion of the ReCertification Application requirements, including completion of (1) ReCertification Section.
These NCEA ReCertification Sections are an interactive section that will guide their learning and it will take a place in their professional library for future reference. Each section includes 30 Study Objectives, 3 Self Assessments and a Knowledge Review. The Instructor ppt. takes the learner through the section objectives, self asessments and knowledge reviews.
1. Alternative Therapies
2. Medical Esthetics
Medical Esthetic Career Opportunities
Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Medical Spa
Estheticians’ Role in Laser & Light Therapy
3. Laser & Light Therapies
Laser Physics and Laser Safety
FDA Device Classification and Laser Hazard Classes
Client Medical & Lifestyle History, Consultation, Documentation and Skin Evaluation
4. Esthetic Technologies
4. Oncology Esthetics
Set-up & Services
NOTE: Any facility that advertises they use a NCEA Curriculum Outline or NCEA Recertification Section must be a NCEA Approved Training Facility