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Can I or Can’t I? How to Determine What Falls Under Your Scope of Practice
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  • Join AIA and Heather Guy on Monday, June 24, 2019 at 12:00PM CST for a FREE webinar!


    This webinar is approved for continuing education (CE) hours in the following states: Iowa, Nebraska, and North Carolina. A certificate of completion is available to AIA members at no cost. You MUST attend the live webinar to obtain the certificate of completion.


    The rapid growth of the aesthetics industry has opened innumerable doors and opportunities, but it has simultaneously generated many unanswered questions for the aesthetician – the biggest of all, “Can I do that?” Being keenly aware of your scope of practice is essential for your protection, safety, and success. Join Heather Guy for a session on the aesthetician’s scope of practice. Topics will include state by state aesthetics scope of practice, medical setting scope of practice, and professional liability insurance. You don't want to miss this webinar! Sign up now!


    MEET THE PRESENTER - Heather Guy! 



    Heather Guy is a New York licensed aesthetician. She is the full-time aesthetics instructor at the Aesthetic Science Institute in Latham, New York. Guy is also a contributing author to major industry magazines, as well as a speaker for spa conferences. Her expertise lies in retailing and management, aesthetics fundamentals, and instilling a passion for the industry in future skin care professionals.


    Can't attend the live webinar? Register now to receive exclusive access to the replay!

  • Category
    Webinar
  • Date & Time
    Jun 24 2019 at 12:00 PM - Jun 24 2019 at 01:00 PM America/Chicago
  • Location & full address
    Garland, Texas
  • Event Admins
    AIA

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