Board Preparation Courses
The ranking passage rate in Florida was the lowest among the 50 states and District of Columbia, on July 2018 with 73.99%. Our exam preparation course for the board review is for those students who require a personalized course to understand the exam strategies and the content to be successful in achieving licensure status.
We have also developed a special program for Register Nurse who want to apply for certification as Dermatology Nurse Certified (DNC) and for Nurse practitioners (ARNP) who wants to apply for credential as Dermatology Certified Nurse Practitioner (DCNP) or for those that are pending to take the Board Exam.
- Electrolysis & Laser
- NCLEX Review
- Nursing Dermatology Course for Rn.
- Nursing Dermatology Course for NP.
- Nursing Dermatology Exam Preparation.
Clinical Research Coordinator
This is the first step to begin in the research field and prepare participants to perform essential tasks of the CRC with the basic elements required to work in a Clinical Site. The Association of Clinical Research Professionals certifies the CRC according to the educational level and experience gained in this field, that is verified through the number of working hours which is a requirement to be eligible for Certification exam and achieve the qualification as Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC).
The minimum hours required Performing Essential Duties are:
- Bachelor Degree 3,000hours.
- Associate Degree 4,500 hours.
- High School Diploma 6,000 hours.
Continuing Education Credit
In the State of Florida is a requirement certain numbers of credit hours to renew the professional license every two years with purpose to provide a permanent record of educational accomplishment of the healthcare and aesthetic professional. Electrologists require to have 2.0 CEUs every 2 years, that means 20 hours of Continuing Education. Florida Medical College through CE Broker offers a Laser Hair Removal Certification course that includes 20 hours, but participants must take another three hours, in approved provider, two of them on medical error, and one hour on blood-borne diseases.Continuing Education Requirements for Electrologists in Florida
- General hours 17 hours.
- Medical error 2 hours
- Blood borne 1 hours.