16 CE Hour FL Cosmetologist, Nail, Facial & Full Specialists Renewal Course ONLINE/COMPUTER-BASED

CE Institute LLC

$29.95 $159.20

Three Easy Steps to Earn Your License Renewal CE Hours (this is an online/computer course):

  1. Click the pink Register button above to register and pay for your course.
  2. Our computer system will automatically email you a course login link with your purchase.  
  3. Click the link in your email, review the course and take your test. That's it! (you must pass the test to earn CE Credit).

The board requires licensees to pass a test with all online computer/courses for CE credit. You can take your test as many times as you need to until you pass, or until the course expires, which is 7 days from purchase. We will report your CE Hours to the Florida Board of Cosmetology within 24 hours of passing your test!

          This 16 CE hour course satisfies the CE educational requirements for Florida Licensed Cosmetologists, Facial Specialists, Full Specialists and Nail Specialists license renewals with the Florida Board of Cosmetology. 

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          The exact breakdown of this 16 CE Hour License Renewal Course includes:  2 hours HIV/AIDS, 3 hours of sanitation and sterilization, 1 hour OSHA, 1 hour workers’ compensation, 2 hours of Florida cosmetology state laws and rules, 2 hours of chemical makeup, 1 hour of environmental issues and a 4 hour elective course of medical considerations and contraindications for personal service providers, including:

          HIV/AIDS Education

          • Definitions of HIV & AIDS
          • The Immune System & T-Cells
          • Antiretroviral Therapy /ART & Medical Side Effects
          • The History of HIV
          • Stages of HIV Infection
          • Review of HIV/AIDS-Related Opportunistic Illnesses, Infections & Communicable Disease
            • Skin Integrity Issues
            • Kaposi Sarcoma
            • Candidiasis/Thrush
            • Cachexia/Wasting Syndrome
            • Pneumonia
            • Herpes Simplex Virus & Shingles
            • Additional Disease, Infection & Illness
            • HIV Modes of Transmission
            • HIV Superinfection
            • Popular Myths About HIV Modes of Transmission
            • Post-Exposure Prophylaxis/PEP & Infection Control
            • Infection Control & Skin Integrity
            • Employment Work Practices: Occupational Skin Issues & Infection Control
            • Educational Campaigns from the CDC
            • HIV/AIDS Statistics in the United States
            • Behavioral Attitude: HIV/AIDS Workplace Policies
            • Behavioral Attitude: Employee HIV Status & Rights

           

          Sanitation & Sterilization Including Disinfection & Cleaning

          • Antiseptics – vs – Disinfectants
          • Making Decisions About Cleaning, Sanitizing, Sterilizing, or Disinfecting - Superbugs
          • Cleaning
          • Cleaning Instructions for Cosmetology Tools, Implements, Surfaces, etc.
          • Floor Cleaning
          • What Not to Use in Floor Cleaning & Why
          • Cleaning Tips
          • Sanitizing
          • Sanitizing Options
          • Sterilization
          • Disinfection
          • Label Information on Disinfectant Products
          • How to Choose the Right Product for Cosmetology Implements & Surfaces
          • 4 Common Categories of “Germs” (Virus, Fungi, Protozoa & Bacteria)
          • Parasites
          • Bloodborne Pathogens
          • CDC Infection Control Cleaning Techniques for “Body Fluid Spills” (BFSs) Including Bloodborne Pathogens
          • Responding to Body Fluid Spills (BFSs) on Porous and Nonporous Surfaces
          • Creating a “SPILL KIT”
          • Germs in our Bodies
          • Germs: The Good Side
          • How Bodily Fluid Germs are Spread
            • Direct Contact
            • Droplets
            • Airborne Transmission
            • Fecal-oral Transmission
            • Blood
            • Insect Bites
          • Infection Control: Reducing the Spread of Infection
          • Hand Hygiene
          • Glove Use in Hand Hygiene
          • Hand Sanitization Tips by the CDC
          • Additional Hand Hygiene Techniques
          • CDC Nail Hygiene Tips
          • Infestation Control
          • Recommended Cleaning and Disinfection Procedures for Foot Spa Basins in Salons According to the EPA
          • Customer Precautions - Protecting the Client
          • Florida Board Requirements for Pedicure Equipment Disinfection
          • EPA Suggested Measures for Maintaining Pedicure Stations
          • Smells Clean – versus – Clean
          • Chemicals Used for Fragrant Cleaning
          • Common Cleaner Chemicals and Known Side-effects
          • Being Healthy AND Clean in the Workplace
          • Cleaning, Sanitizing, Disinfecting & Sterilizing Glossary

           

          OSHA Training

          • Definition of OSHA
          • How to File a Workplace Complaint with OSHA
          • OSHA Contact Info
          • Hazardous Chemicals Found in Salon Products
          • Product Label Review
          • Safety Data Sheets & SDS
          • Steps to Prevent Exposures and Protect Worker Health
          • Workplace Example: OSHA Safety Alert: Hair Smoothing Products That Could Release Formaldehyde
          • Rights of Workers per OSHA
          • Workplace Tips to Help Prevent Aches and Pains from Work from OSHA

           

          Workers’ Compensation

          • Florida State Workers’ Compensation Division’s GOAL
          • Injured Worker Responsibilities
          • When to see a Doctor
          • What to do with Insurance Company Dispute
          • Workers' Compensation Criminal Violations
          • Employer & Employee Workers' Compensation Requirements
          • Exemptions
          • Stop-Work Orders
          • Compliance & Coverage Assistance
          • Employee Assistance Office

           

          FL Cosmetology Laws & Rules

          • Helpful Website Links for Cosmetology Licensees
          • Florida State Statute Chapter 477.011 (in it's entirety)
          • The laws and rules of the Board that protect the health, safety, and welfare of the consumer;
          • The laws and rules of the Board that determine where and when individuals may legally practice cosmetology and specialties;
          • The functions of the Board of Cosmetology, how its members are appointed, and their duties;
          • The functions of the Board of Cosmetology, how its members are appointed, and their duties.
          • Florida Administrative Code 61G5 (partial relating to this course)
          • The laws and rules of the Board which specify prohibited conduct, and the penalties for failure to follow the laws and rules;
          • Salon requirements and inspections; and
          • The dates, fees, and requirements for renewal of cosmetology licenses, salon licenses, and specialty registrations.

           

          Chemical Makeup of the Body

          • Skin: Layers, Glands, pH Scale Cells, etc.
          • Hair: Structure, Shape, Pigmentation, etc.
          • Nails: Anatomy & Capillary Refill
          • Systems & Cavities of the Human Body

           

          Environmental Issues

          • The EPA & Their Mission
          • Safety Data Sheet
          • EPA recommendations for SDS for Salon Owners
          • Reducing Your Environmental Footprint at Work
          • Choosing Safe Products for Environmental and Health Protection
          • Ingredients Avoidance List by EPA
          • Practices to Improve Workplace Air Quality
          • Glove & Dust Mask Use
          • Best Practices for Cosmetology Owners & Workers
          • Example of EPA Chemical Hazard (MMA)
          • EPA Newsletter for "Healthier Nail Salons"

           

          Medical Considerations & Contraindications for Personal Service Providers

          • Acne
          • Alcoholism or Drug Use
          • Arthritis
          • Osteoarthritis
          • Heberden’s Nodes
          • Bouchard’s Nodes
          • Rheumatoid Arthritis
          • Fibromyalgia
          • Gout
          • Athlete’s Foot
          • Back, Spine or Disc Issues
          • Bacterial Cellulitis
          • Blood and Circulatory Issues
          • Body Lice
          • Cancer
          • Working on Cancer Precautions
          • Cerebral Palsy
          • Chicken Pox
          • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
          • Emphysema
          • Bronchitis
          • Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease
          • Diabetes
          • Type 1 Diabetes
          • Type 2 Diabetes
          • Diabetic Neuropathy
          • Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism (DVT/PE)
          • Eczema
          • Elderly & Geriatric Services
          • Epilepsy
          • Fever
          • Flu/Influenza
          • Folliculitis
          • The 2 Main Types of Folliculitis: Superficial & Deep
          • Bacterial Folliculitis
          • Hot Tub Folliculitis/Pseudomonas Folliculitis
          • Pityrosporum Folliculitis
          • Razor Bumps or Pseudofolliculitis Barbae
          • Eosinophilic Folliculitis
          • Boils/Furuncles and Carbuncles
          • Gram-negative Folliculitis
          • Head Lice
          • Hemophilia
          • Hepatitis
          • Herpes Simplex I (aka Cold Sore)
          • Herpes Whitlow (aka Herpetic Whitlow)
          • Hives (aka Uticaria)
          • Impetigo
          • Jaundice
          • Joint Replacements
          • Lichen Planus
          • Lymphangitis
          • Meningitis
          • Bacterial Meningitis
          • Viral Meningitis
          • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
          • Nail Fungus (Onychomycosis)
          • Parkinson's Disease (PD)
          • Peripheral Nerve Disorders
          • Pneumonia
          • Poison Ivy
          • Poison Oak
          • Pregnancy
            1. High-Risk Pregnancy
            2. Bed Rest & Pelvic Rest (Pregnancy)
            3. Positioning a Pregnant Client for Service
            4. Hair & Nails Changes (pregnancy)
            5. Skin Changes (pregnancy)
            6. Linea Nigra
            7. Melasma
            8. PUPPP
            9. Circulatory System Changes, Fainting, etc. (pregnancy)
            10. Swelling (pregnancy)
            11. Appointment Scheduling, Nauseousness & Miscarriage (pregnancy)
            12. Aromatherapy Use (pregnancy)
            13. Record Keeping/Interacting with Medical Professionals (pregnancy)
            14. Gravida
            15. Parity
            16. GPA Recording
            17. TPAL Recording
            18. Health Conditions & Summary (pregnancy)
            19. Gestational Diabetes
            20. Depression & Anxiety
            21. Preeclampsia & Eclampsia
            22. Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension (PIH)
          • Psoriasis
            1. Vulgar (Plaque-like) Psoriasis
            2. Guttate Psoriasis
            3. Pustular Psoriasis
            4. Inverse Psoriasis
            5. Psoriasis Erythroderma (aka Erythrodermic Psoriasis)
          • Ring Worm
          • Ringworm on the Scalp (Tinea Capitis)
          • Scabies
          • Sebaceous & Epidermal Cysts
          • Seborrheic Keratosis
          • Sepsis or Septicemia
          • Skin Bruise
          • Skin Burns
          • Skin Graft & Skin Flap
          • TB Disease
          • Tinea Versicolor (aka Pityriasis Versicolor)
          • Uncontrolled Hypertension or Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure
          • The Risks of Turning an Elderly Person’s Head During Service Appointment
          • Varicose Veins
          • Vitiligo
          • Common Wart (aka Verruca vulgaris)
          • Plantar Warts
          • Mosaic Warts
          • Filiform Wart
          • Working with Eye Issues - for Personal Care Service Workers
          • Working with Issues with the Feet - for Personal Care Service Workers
          • Extra Contraindications for Heat, Moist Heat or Hot Towels
          • Zika

          After you register for this online e-book course, we will send you an email with a link, username and password.  You will need this information to login and access this ebook course.  You can download the ebook and keep it permanently.  After we email your login information, you will have 7 days to access the course, review &/or download the ebook and take the online test to receive CE credit.  We will report your CE hours to CE Broker for you after you have passed the online test.  Your online course/test access will expire after 7 days.

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