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- Seminar Objective
This seminar workshop provides attendees with an informative session to gain the knowledge to implement compliance with the top regulating entities in the state and country. There will be a specific focus on Texas, the Texas Medical Board, and what individual/facility responsibilities.
Course curriculum is designed and implemented to provide attendees with information to assist existing and/or future businesses supplemental knowledge to assist them in understanding the process of getting compliant and legal with registrations.This includes:intake process, to include: paperwork, Audits, Medical Directors and facility registration. This is an ideal workshop for industry professionals who are seeking additional clarification and direction on regulatory compliance.
- Main Skills to be Learned
– FDA approved cosmetic injectables + manufacturers, and rules & regulations pertaining to them
– Intake forms and protocols
– Facial assessment techniques to achieve optimal results
– How to manage client expectations and general staff training tips
– Where cosmetic fillers are best utilized
- Why Choose Us?
Career Services: Job Placement Assistance:
• Access to Texas Laser & Aesthetics private employment networking portal
• Resume + cover letter templates
• Access to local job leads
• Ability to upload resume and professional image on private landing page, viewable to potential employers
• Ability to contact employer directly and receive private notifications
- Texas Laser Laws
Every individual who applies for a license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (“the Department”) is subject to a criminal background check to determine his or her suitability for the license. In 2009, the Texas Legislature enacted new provisions to allow a person to find out before applying whether he or she would likely be denied a license due to his or her criminal history. This was due to the time and expense involved in applying for a license, which in some cases includes completing required education and taking an examination. See Section 51.4012 and Chapter 53, Subchapter D, of the Occupations Code, which allow a person to request a criminal history evaluation letter from the Department, prior to actually applying for a license…