National Esthetic Teacher Training Conference 2016

Registration is Open

NETTWhen:    Saturday, August 20, 2016
               9:00 am - 5:45 pm

Where:   McEnery Convention Center
               San Jose, CA.

Saturday Advanced Education Conference Program is COA-Approved for CEs.

Registration includes:

• Business, Wellness and Science Track and Hands-on Workshops. See Program here

• Advanced Education Networking Luncheon        (Saturday) with Eva DeVirgilis

• Complimentary 2-day Expo Hall Pass (Sunday & Monday)

• Two days of Supplier Class Sessions (Sunday & Monday)

• Flashdrive of Conference presentations/handouts

• Complimentary Records Verification for all Conference Attendees ($175.00 Savings)
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Early Bird Rate: Until June 15 -  $230 - Register now

June 16 - August 19th - $285 and Onsite Registration is $335.00


Where is your Membership Certificate?

I just noticed at another spa that they displayed their association membership certificate! I thought it was absolutely wonderful! We are professionals, just like doctors, lawyers, etc. so why shouldn't we? It also sends a message to our clients that we show pride in our profession. I'm hanging mine up tomorrow! I challenge all estheticians to get out their Membership Certificates, NCEA Certified credentials and hang them for all their clients to see!


p.s. Most states already require your esthetician license and a facility license be on the wall. Not sure? Check with your state regulatory board


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Your future may depend on it!

Protecting your future as an Esthetician is not just about making money. Knowing and learning what your professional licensing, state regulatory boards and legislators are doing, or NOT doing is key to ensuring the future of our profession!

Post your NCEA Membership Certificate and wear your NCEA Certified pin and...

Bookmark your State Regulatory Board’s website in your browser and check it monthly for:

  1. i) Board meeting dates and try to attend;
    ii) Meet your State Regulatory Board members;
    iii) Board minutes (if you didn't attend meeting);
    iv) Review any press releases (if available);
    iv) Bi-annually - Download & Review Rules & Regulations
    *Check for revisions & dates - Download & Review Statutes

Learn what other things you should be doing to be involved - Go to Political Advocacy






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