Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals to Host European Training Event in Brussels
The highest regarded permanent makeup organization worldwide, the SPCP, is soon to debut in Belgium with landmark educational event.
Brussels, Belgium (PRWEB) August 13, 2008 — The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP) is conducting its first European Workshop, which will be held in Brussels, Belgium October 12-14, 2008. This groundbreaking event is being held in consideration of hundreds of International SPCP members. The SPCP values and appreciates the support and attendance put forth by its European members at annual SPCP events in the U.S. and in concert with requests for a regional SPCP European workshop, the SPCP is delivering a three-day informational banner educational event!
* DAY ONE will focus on health and safety in the cosmetic tattoo workplace. David Vidra, LPN, who is the SPCP Health and Safety Advisor and OSHA Outreach Trainer, will present his comprehensive Bloodborne Pathogens Course, followed by a Wound Care Workshop. Vidra is known for his lively energy and is superb at making this industry-specific training experience enriching and powerful.
* DAY TWO will consist of presentations by Elizabeth Finch-Howell, CPCP, and Kate Ciampi, CPCP. Ms. Finch will provide greatly needed factual information about color theory; specifically how permanent cosmetic color theory differs from traditional color theory. She will also supply information about general pigment formulation, dispel common misinformation, and provide fact-based accuracy to enhance the attendees’ comprehension of color and pigments. Ms. Ciampi is well known throughout the permanent makeup industry for her exquisite lip tattooing procedures. Critically acclaimed for her full lip color and her independent classes, she delivers the complete package of this very challenging procedure process.
* DAY THREE will begin with Ms. Debra Guastella, CPCP, presenting Areola Re-pigmentation. Ms. Guastella is a speaker in great demand on the subject of this advanced procedure and conveys critical information on both the artistic and medically sound placement aspects of a reconstructed breast areola. Guastella will close by sharing her impressive knowledge of color selection to complete a beautifully re-pigmented areola. Lesley DeDecker, CPCP will present ‘Strategies of Success’ with conceptual tips on how to build and operate a successful business. This bountiful event will close with the Panel of Experts gathered and attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions of these industry icons about any challenging issues they may have experienced or anticipate.
Registration for this important event closes September 12, 2008 and is on a first come, first served basis. Register now on the SPCP website at www.spcp.org or by calling the SPCP administration office at 847-635-1330. SPCP membership is required and anyone who wishes to attend may join the SPCP by applying through the website at http://www.spcp.org/howtojoin.htm.
Creating the Future for the Permanent Cosmetic Industry
This event marks the first of its kind and it is with great excitement and anticipation that we look forward to seeing our International and American members at SPCP Europe 2008!
About the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP):
“Creating the Future for the Permanent Cosmetic Industry”. The SPCP was founded in 1990 and remains the largest nonprofit individual membership supported organization worldwide. Dedicated to promoting safety, excellence and high professional standards, the SPCP provides innovative learning experiences and education enhancing materials including a professionally developed certification exam, subject matter experts to provide guidance to its members, associated professionals, regulators, media and the general public. The SPCP, through its global membership, sets the highest industry guidelines and standards by applying sound principles of its Code of Ethics. Online at www/spcp.org.