SPCP Announces Fall Conference 2009
Kathleen Ciampi, SPCP Executive Director, is pleased to announce Fall Conference returns to Philadelphia September 12 & 13, 2009.
The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals presents the following first-class speaker lineup with an impressive and beneficial selection of topics:
Kieran Bastible & Denis Bastible, prominant NY lawyers;
Denis Bastible has extensive legal experience as a prosecutor and civil litigation attorney. Kieran Bastible’s substantive practice areas include contract and commercial actions, health care law, professional partnerships disputes, wrongful termination, employment discrimination claims, securities and insurance law. Both are members of the New York Bar Association.
Attendees will learn how to handle a litigious client; the first steps in ensuring a potential lawsuit is diffused early on, and what will be expected of you if a lawsuit ensues. We expect a spirited question and answer period after this extraordinary presentation.
Darlene Story presents what’s what in the world of pigments.
Ms. Story, a prominent pigment formulator and supplier, will provide valuable information on colorants, pigment classifications and origins, and discuss stability. Attendees will leave this presentation far more informed about the core product of their services; pigments.
Popular SPCP speaker Liza Sims, CPCP will present The Big Three; Brows, Eyeliner, and Lips!
An active advocate of permanent cosmetics since 1987, Sims is a highly regarded by all those who call upon her for support and problem solving.
Are you spread too thin? Learn tips from Ms. Sims based on twenty-two years of experience and a firm belief that the ‘Bread & Butter Big Three’ is the true path to success in the field of permanent cosmetics.
Bloodborne Pathogens class David Vidra, LPN of Health Educators, Inc.
Mr. Vidra is currently the Health & Safety Advisor for the SPCP, heading the Health Educators team. He has also served on the SPCP Board of Directors and received the prestigious Industry Leader Award.
Initial and periodic OSHA certification of attendance is an often required document in many states to support licensing and permitting by governing agencies.
The latest on lasers and how they affect us, by Bethany Cirlin.
Ms. Cirlin is a New York State licensed esthetician, a certified laser specialist, and a permanent cosmetic technician.
Bethany Cirlin will be presenting a basic study on laser procedures aka Lasers 101. It will cover various laser types and their uses including IPL’s, CO2, Fraxel, Skin Rejuvenation/Tightening and laser tattoo removal. Lasers are part of the beauty worlds imaging tools and permanent cosmetic professionals are expected to be well informed about their performance parameters.
Tech-Time with Hector Guisa, CPCP; power points are not just for trainers.
Mr. Guisa, has been in the permanent cosmetic industry since 1996. He has been popular speaker at many international conferences in Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and the USA. He has translated several books and articles on permanent makeup.
Mr. Guisa believes your laptop is as useful as any other professional tool. Learn how to effectively use PowerPoint, a simple and versatile program to make slide presentations from your laptop. This interactive presentation will show you how to increase your clientele and make your computer screen work for you.
Lillian Lang, CPCP; mature skin issues.
Ms. Lang, with seventeen years in the permanent cosmetic field, calls upon her background in nursing to present the many facets of performing procedures on, dealing with, and relating to aging skin. Vast differences and surprising similarities between the younger and more mature clients will be identified.
Debra Guastella, CPCP talks about new ways to work with all aspects of the medical community.
Ms. Guastella, is recognized as having valuable insight to the relationship between the permanent cosmetic industry and medical providers. We often focus on plastic surgery as the primary medical referral source. Learn how the spectrum can be much broader; from ophthalmology to podiatry. Literally head to toe, permanent cosmetics has a place in most every medical arena. Get a better understanding of the do’s and don’ts when marketing your business to these busy physician practices.
Panel of leading experts to answer industry related questions.
The panel of experts is the one of the most popular offerings at Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals Conventions and Conferences. This year the panel consists of Kate Ciampi CPCP, Debra Guastella CPCP, and LiZa Sims CPCP. This attendee participation event always serves to be educational and enjoyable. All are offered the opportunity to participate in this dynamic subject matter Q&A session and often lively debates.
Certified Permanent Cosmetic Professional Certification Examination
The most respected credentials within the field of permanent cosmetics, the CPCP Exam will be administered only once during the Fall Conference. Candidates must be pre-registered for this exam no later than Friday, September 4th.
Train the Trainer Class
A gold standard at all SPCP events, the Train the Trainer Class is hosted this year by LiZa Sims, CPCP and Elizabeth Finch-Howell, CPCP. This industry-specific class is exclusively offered by the SPCP to prepare those who wish to teach others interested in becoming permanent cosmetic professionals.
SPCP Fall Conference attendance is limited so early registration is advised. Sign up today!
Fall Conference is intimate in size and offers great networking opportunities with fellow technicians and industry leaders. It is the best value in permanent cosmetic education – SPCP added an additional speaker to the lineup this year. The SPCP looks forward to another sold out event in the beautiful city of Philadelphia.
Conference Dates: September 12 & 13 2009
Crowne Plaza Philadelphia City Center, 877 270 1393
1800 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Rooms available for $144.00 per night plus tax, under the SPCP room block.