Continuing Education (CE) Requirements
20 Hours Total are Required for Electrologists
|REQUIRED SUBJECT AREA||REQUIRED NUMBER OF HOURS||IMPORTANT INFORMATION|
|Medical Error||2||Must be Board approved. Courses are listed in CEBroker|
|Blood-Borne Diseases||1||Courses approved by any Board within the Division of Medical Quality Assurance of the Department of Health|
Florida Medical College is offering a Continuing Education seminar on April 28 & 29,2018 (English & Spanish) to obtain 17 credits hours to renew the license in Florida. Electrologist that are pending for credits to renew their license and want to participate in this workshop may enroll calling 305-417-8316 to receive by email the enrollment form. This course is approved through The Society for Clinical and Medical Hair Removal (SCMHR) for CCE, CME 7 CLHRP and Electrolysis Council:CE Broker trackin number #50-11008
Early Registration fees expired 3/20/2018: $250.00
Registration after 3/20/2018 and On-site registration fee: $350.00
This two-day continuing education workshop will give an overview of how lasers, pulsed light (IPL) work, including the physics of lasers & IPL’s. Presentation on the most commonly used lasers and devices and their parameters for permanent hair reduction. An overview of the anatomy & physiology of skin and hair. The comprehensive didactic will include Laser/IPL skin interaction, skin typing, and safety measures. Overview of the Cosmetic Laser Marketplace including trends, market size, and potential revenue streams and technologies available. Efficacy of various laser wavelength, and newer technologies in treating specific hair and skin types, in addition the use of a modern cooling system combined with the advances in-motion technology. Moreover, as a complication can occur after laser treatment and it can be reduced through an understanding of the fundamental of lasers and laser interaction among others, the participants will discuss their experience in diagnostic and manage of the complications to prevent and identify the future complications
To review the skin anatomy, laser physics, laser tissue interaction and the use of appropriate laser parameters.
Understanding the newer technologies and appropriate device for specific hair and skin type in Laser Hair Removal.
To determine treatment setting and protocols appropriate for LHR for people with darker skin tone.
To discuss the complications after hair removal treatment using laser and IPL technologies.
- Skin and Hair Anatomy
- Laser/IPL phisic and laser interaction
- Laser/IPL Benefits and Difference in Laser Hair Removal
- Advances in Laser and IPL technology
- Newer Technologies/Laser Markeplace
- Laser in Motion
- LHR in darker Skin Tone
- LHR Complications
- Optimal Treatment Outcome/General Consideration.
If you want to enroll in this continuing education course to obtain ther credit hours you need to renew you electrolysis license in Florida this 2018, call 305-417-8316.