Certificate of Aesthetic and Dermatology Nursing

Academic Calendar 2017

Fall Session 2017
Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing
Start Date: October 23, 2017
Registration Deadline: October 18, 2017
Clinical Lab Session: February 19, 2018 thru February 24, 2018
Final Exam online: February 28, 2018 thru March 2, 2018
Clinical Location: 16552 Von Karman Ave, Irvine, CA 92606
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Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing

Online Theory 320 Clock Hours/ 17 Weeks/ 10.7 Units
Skills Lab: 56 Clock Hours/1 week/ 1.25 units
Total clock hours 376 Total Units 11.95

The Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing program is designed for Registered Nurses and Nurse Practitioners who want to work with core physicians to perform procedures and treatments on clients who seek elective procedures that address common skin conditions or the appearance of the face and body.

The course of study involves extensive academic and laboratory experience in a course of training that incorporates a real world work environment. The student will use their knowledge and skills to create comprehensive nursing care plans that address medical history, lifestyle, skin type, emotional/physiological, and financial concerns.

You will learn the latest techniques for improving common skin conditions and maintaining the integrity of the integumentary system.

Laboratory experiences include learning to use equipment, such as lasers, photo therapy applications, medical grade chemical peels, collagen induction therapy (dermal needling), neurotoxins (BoNTA Type A), and dermal fillers used for Volumizing in aesthetics. Finally, theory will have a final exam; in addition, clinical skills will be evaluated and graded upon completion of each procedure demonstrated by the student.

Organizing concepts are incorporated in each module in the Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing Program. These concepts include anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of the skin, skin diseases, pharmaceuticals, aesthetic nursing procedures/treatments, proper use of equipment, and the professional role of the aesthetic dermatology nurse. Each module assignments are followed by forum discussions. Most modules have a nursing care plan pertaining to a specific condition/s and a review quiz.

Week 1 | Fundamental Science of the Integumentary System
Module 1 is an introduction of the skin's architecture and function. The integumentary system will be introduced, discussed, repeated, and finally integrated into your understanding of anatomy to prescribe skin care, laser and chemical peel treatments, and to recognize common skin conditions. To conceptualize skin disorders effectively, it is essential to consider the changes in the structure and function of the skin, and to understand the specific clinical pathology related to the changes.
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Week 2 | Molecular Biology/DNA
Module 2 The student will study the complex interdisciplinary branch of molecular biology and how it relates to skin diseases and the aging progress. The Student will define how DNA damage caused by UVA and UVB can influence not only the skin’s appearance, but also have other detrimental biological impacts, including the development of cancer. Wound healing will be discussed as to the cells involved in the healing process. Wound healing is essential for the aesthetic/dermatology practioner who performs laser skin resurfacing or aggressive chemical peels.
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Week 3 | Dermatologic Common Skin Disorders
Module 3 Some skin conditions have no known cause. Many permanent skin disorders may arise from a combination of genetic susceptibility and environmental stressors like illness, allergens, or exposure to irritants. The student will learn different approaches to treatments and interventions related to common skin diseases, and abnormal conditions of the skin such as, dry, sensitive, wrinkled, oily, and pigmentation conditions. The question of evolution of skin color is discussed to better understand the ancient ancestor of modern day humans need to adapt to new environments as they migrated between continents and countries, and how each region was responsible for the plethora of different skin colors seen today. Skin types are discussed and how the aesthetic dermatology nurse uses skin typing when assessing treatments pertaining to lasers, chemical peels, cosmeceuticals, and light therapies to prevent permanent damage to the skin.
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Week 4 | Introduction to Photo-Medicine
Module 4 is an introduction of lasers, light and energy based physics. Light and energy based systems will be introduced and discussed, integrating the physics of the devices and their effects on tissue. The student will define key milestones in the development of light theory and laser systems: At the end of this module the student will understand laser fluence, pulse duration, spot size and thermal relaxation time. Identifying components of laser systems is essential when differentiating between IPL and lasers. Laser safety will be addressed according to the ANSI 136.3 standards.
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Week 5 | Wavelengths and Chromophore Therapies
Module 5 Defines and identifies the wavelengths and chromophores appropriate to phototherapies such as hair removal, treatment of vascular lesions, tattoos and acne. Attention will be made to avoiding pigmentary complications in darker skin. This module will include definitions of pulse duration, pulse interval, and beam sizes as they relate to various chromophores. Special attention is given to avoiding complications in darker skin and providing for the unique needs of transgender patients.
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Week 6 | Dynamics of Aging Skin
Module 6 Explores the aging theory and chronological signs of aging skin. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the three groups of theories that describe aging and the aging process. Special emphasis is given to understanding the skin’s response to the sun. The relationship of oxidant to antioxidants will be defined and their role in protecting the skin from free radicals that accelerate the aging process. Finally, emphasis is given to the aesthetic facial analysis that includes both soft-tissue and skeletal anatomic landmarks to determine the facial proportions for assessing facial symmetry.
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Week 7 | Light-Emitting Diode (LED) and Low Level Light (LLLT)
Module 7 Introduces phototherapy and the use of low level light energy (LLLT) which regulates, stimulates, or inhibits cellular function without major thermal wounding, unlike lasers devices. Combination of therapies “photodynamic therapy” is explored by incorporating photosensitizing agents used for dermatologic conditions such as, Actinic Keratosis, Acne, and Skin Cancer. Photo-rejuvenation therapies in combination of phototherapies are explained when addressing dermatologic conditions and skin rejuvenation.
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Week 8 | Non-Invasive Body Sculpting
Module 8 The student will identify the classes of cellulite, its etiology and medical treatment options. This module discusses the process of dietary fat assimilation after ingestion, disbursement of triglycerides and the comparisons of fat metabolism between healthy and obese people that determine both diet and modality of treatment. Three principle mechanisms of non-invasive body contouring lipolysis will be identified to determine the proper devices used to deliver energy that leads to lipolysis.
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Week 9 | Collagen Induction Therapy/Dermal Needling
Module 9 Introduces Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) also known as dermal needling or skin needling. This medical procedure involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles, known as “micro needling”. The student will learn the science and research that is conducted by Dr. Aust and Dr. Diaz Fernandez through webinars. Needling devices will be considered in this module as to FDA position on approved or registered devices, and what this means to the aesthetic industry. Finally, the student will understand the application of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and how stem cells derived from PRP can stimulate wound healing, and enhance the appearance of the skin.
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Week 10 | Botulinum Toxin Type A (BoNTA)
Module 10 The student will learn the mechanism of action that produces chemical denervation of the muscle/s using Botulinum Toxins. With the emergence of different brands of botulinum toxins, differences in preparations and effects need to be assessed for optimal patient benefit with minimal complications. The student will study the facial anatomy to identify the function of the targeted muscle/s. Knowledge of contraindications, potential complication and correct patient selection are stressed to promote safety. Black market “Botox” and other Injectable products are discussed to educate the learner to protect patients that are unaware of unethical products that have entered into the aesthetic market.
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Week 11 | Dermal Fillers and Volume Enhancers
Module 11 There are over 200 dermal fillers and volume enhancers available internationally with the FDA regulating them in the U.S. as medical devices. This module discusses the different classes of FDA approved products on the U.S. market and reviews the chemical, polymeric, structure/property relationship, and durability attributes of each class. The module discusses the anatomy, treatment protocols, patient consultation and patient selection that will minimize complications. The student will understand various injection techniques that will maximize aesthetic results in the aging face.
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Week 12 | Cosmeceuticals
Module 12 Explores the startup business phase of developing a skin care product line. Product choices: branding testing and promotional considerations are explored. This module will include the classifications of drugs versus cosmetics, and the introduction of “cosmeceuticals”. The student will research, and become familiar with agencies that manage safety, research data and advertising for the cosmetic industry. Ingredients of organic, natural, synthetic and therapeutic will be considered to determine the proper blend of products suited to a patient’s skin type or skin condition. The final segment will study sunscreens the effects of ultraviolet A and B, sun protection factor, chemical sunscreens versus physical sunscreens, and the protective effects of makeup and other skin care products. For the Aesthetic Dermatology nurse, product knowledge is essential to provide proper treatment for patients to maintain healthy skin.
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Week 13 | Nutrition/Wellness and Age Management
Module 13 This module will cover nutrition and wellness in terms of diet, supplements, and hormonal changes. Nutraceuticals will be discussed because of differences in perceived meanings for the term. The student will explore the different meanings and definitions of supplements, nutraceuticals and genome nutrition. Finally, the student will understand how the products combine with nutrition and hormones effect the aging process.
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Week 14 | Psychology of Aesthetics/ BDD
Module 14 Although Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) has been described as early as 1886 and noted by Freud; however, very little study has been done until recently. This module will guide the aesthetic dermatology practitioner in a basic understanding of the behaviors and issues to explore during an aesthetic consultation. References are included which will aid in identifying and responding with appropriate referrals and the ethics of possible treatment approaches.
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Week 15 | Chemical Peels
Module 15 The student will learn the various chemical peels used to treat skin problems that may be mild, moderate or severe with chemical agents that are superficial, medium-depth, and deep. The module will explore the Glogau and Fitzpatrick classifications to determine the type of peel use; and depth penetration for each specific skin issue. The approach to peeling agents versus laser treatments will be discussed so the student can identify issues that pertain to treatments that require downtime for the patient, including financial considerations.
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Week 16 | Policies and Protocols; Evidence-Based Practice and Ethics
Module 16 describes the dermatology and aesthetic medical practice and the role of the registered nurse. The topics include the state Nurse Practice Act, ANA Code of Ethics, legal implications, professional organizations, ANA standards of practice, leadership role, nursing research, and evidenced based practice. There is an interview with a practicing registered nurse in a dermatology or aesthetics medical practice and analysis paper (APA format) of current nursing practice.
A research paper (APA format) is completed describing the student’s personal philosophy of nursing practice, the role of the registered nurse in a dermatology/aesthetics medical practice, the use of evidenced-based nursing practice guidelines, state nursing regulations, and membership in nursing associations. A comprehensive nursing plan of care is completed on a selected aesthetic procedure using the Nursing Care Plan Form on the website.
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Week 17 | Business Development
Module 17 The student will have an opportunity to revise their resumes during “RESUME REHAB”. Important steps to resume building will be discussed that will increase the student’s chances to get the resume in the right hands. This resume workshop is designed for each student to submit a new resume with a focus on a career change from your current/former nursing position to Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing. Students are encouraged to establish a LinkedIn account," LinkedIn" is frequently used by recruiting agencies and head hunters; however, this is not required. The module provides an opportunity for the student to write a simple marketing plan for a dermatology or plastic surgery practice. This allows the student to create and build a plan that encourages the student to become comfortable working in a cash-based environment that provides elective procedures.
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All clinical skills sessions are held at Light Stim (building) 16552 Von Karman, Irvine, CA 92606 or Monarch Lasers 27071 Cabot, Suite 113, Laguna Hills, CA 92653 in Southern California. These facilities are professional training environments that accommodate the student and patients. Students will be informed regarding the location of the clinical site before enrollment.
Clinical sites will enforce safety and sanitation for both the student and patients. Proper signage, and glasses required by ANZI standards for laser safety will be utilized. Injectables are distributed by the instructor during the hands-on portion of training. Botox® Cosmetic (BoNTA Type A), Dermal fillers (Juvederm or Restylane) will be used for the dermal filler training. Proper bio hazard containers for syringes, needles, gloves and injectable bottles will be utilized. Documentation for each procedure will be signed by the student and instructor. HIPAA will be enforced to protect patient information during clinical skills. Laser equipment is provided by various laser companies for the hands-on portion of laser training. Tuition fee does not include transportation, food, or housing. Download the school catalog for more information.

Clinical Course Schedule
The course schedule is divided into six (6) clinical days 9am-5pm. Each day students will perform procedures on patients. Please note that the day-to-day assignment details are subject to change based on the availability of instructors, patients and procedures. The instructor will notify students of all changes on the day of clinical.
Day 1: Chemical Peels / lecture on Cosmeceuticals, ingredients, applications, and agencies.
Day 2: Dermal Needling
Day 3: Hair Removal
Day 4: IPL photo-rejuvenation
Day 5: Peer Review. Each student will be graded individually on setting up the treatment room, focusing on laser safety, patient intake, skin type assessment, photo, equipment safety, patient treatment, pre and post care instructions, including product after care suggestions.
Day 5: Afternoon session: preparation for neurotoxin and dermal fillers. The student will perform markings of the facial anatomy on simulated heads. Dilution of NT’s will be discussed and demonstrated using the manufacture guidelines. Mock dermal fillers will be used to practice injection techniques.
Day 6: Neurotoxins and dermal fillers: Student perform treatments on patients
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The order of modules may change to accommodate clinical labs dates.
The Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing program is online learning with you in mind. All modules are taught by College of Medical Aesthetics faculty members. Smaller cohorts of 4 students per program enable a higher level of peer-to-peer learning and increased engagement with faculty. Learners who successfully complete the course will earn a valuable certification in Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing highlighting the skills and knowledge mastered in the course.
The Aesthetic/Dermatology Nursing Certificate Program is intended for Registered Nurses or Nurse Practitioners who hold an active nursing license. The registered nurse must have at least 2 years’ experience working in a hospital or a community health agency.

The student must be capable of assessment and monitoring the physical and psychological status of patients before, during, and after procedures. Students must have excellent communication skills, physical assessment skills, ability to work with cosmetic equipment, chemical peels, light phototherapy (lasers), Neurotoxins and Dermal fillers, and have an artistic ability to work with contours of the face and body, in addition the ability to coordinate care to ensure safe, efficient delivery of high-quality care, in collaboration with core physicians.
  • Whether you seeking a career change full time or part time
  • Whether you are considering working in aesthetics or dermatology or both in the future ...or if you are already there!
  • Maybe you are just looking for stimulating professional development Whatever your motivation, we hope you join us!
Whatever your motivation, we hope you join us!
What is an Aesthetic Dermatology Nurse/Nurse Practitioner?
Aesthetic nurses provide multi-faceted services that combined art, client education, advocacy, collaboration, and attention to detail. Aesthetic providers are aware of the psychological aspects of their client’s body-image, self-image, self-concept and self-esteem. Dermatology nursing practice is based on dermatologic illness and wellness promotion. Aesthetics and dermatology have merged for the common purpose of accommodating clients that what a full service practice that provides both dermatology and aesthetics.

What kind of commitment is required for the course?
The Study Process and Student Responsibilities.
Students are required to spend a minimum of 20 hours per week to complete the required readings, assignments, and discussion forums. Students are expected to log on Monday –Friday to read assignments and interact in discussion forums with the instructor and other students. Assignments are due on Sunday by 5pm PDT.

Will I receive credits or Continuing Education Units (CEUs)?
Notice Concerning Transferability of Credits and Credentials Earned at Our Institution
This program does not award credits or Continuing Education Units. The transferability of credits you earn at College of Medical Aesthetics is at the complete discretion of an institution to which you may seek to transfer. Acceptance of the certificate you earn in Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing is also at the complete discretion of the institution to which you may seek to transfer. If the credits or certificate that you earn at this institution are not accepted at the institution to which you seek to transfer, you may be required to repeat some or all of your coursework at that institution. For this reason, you should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which you may seek to transfer after attending College of Medical Aesthetics to determine if your credits or certificate will transfer.

How do I enroll for the Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing Program?
Enrollment Process
College of Medial Aesthetics does not offer online enrollment. Prospective students must submit a resume and a letter of intent to complete a seventeen-week online and six-day clinical skills lab. Resumes and letters of intent must be submitted to the Admissions Department for evaluation. An admissions representative will inform the applicant about available programs and assist throughout the enrollment process. Essential documents, Enrollment Agreement, School Performance Fact Sheet forms, and payment method are distributed and collected by the admissions representative by email or in the campus office. The institution shall transmit the first lesson and any materials to any student within seven days after the institution accepts the student for admission.

Review Documents Prior to Signing
“As a prospective student, you are encouraged to review this catalog prior to signing an enrollment agreement. You are also encouraged to review the School Performance Fact Sheet, which must be provided to you prior to signing an enrollment agreement.”

Completing the Enrollment Process
Once all required documents are submitted and the applicant is accepted, first time students will be enrolled and introduced to Moodle Video Navigation Tutorial one week before the class starts. The orientation gives the student the opportunity to become comfortable with our online student learning center platform and helps them successfully complete their course work.

Are there any prerequisites to the courses?
Admission Criteria:
The student must have an unencumbered California nursing license, have an associate degree or higher from an accredited school and provide that school’s transcripts. Out of state nurses must apply for a temporary California Nursing license to attend the clinical skills lab. Application forms may be downloaded from http://www.rn.ca.gov/applicants/lic-end.shtml. Click to download the application for licensure by endorsement packet.
The Medical Aesthetic Nursing Certificate Program is intended for registered nurses who hold an active nursing license. The registered nurse must have at least 2 years’ experience working in a hospital or a community health agency. The student should possess a desire to work with patients to preserve, enhance or correct common skin conditions and signs of aging. The student must be capable of assessment and monitoring the physical and psychological status of patients before, during, and after procedures. Students must have excellent communication skills, physical assessment skills, ability to work with cosmetic equipment, chemical peels, light phototherapy (lasers), Neurotoxins and Dermal fillers, and have an artistic ability to work with contours of the face and body, in addition the ability to coordinate care to ensure safe, efficient delivery of high-quality care, in collaboration with core physicians.
Students who studied in a language other than English at the undergraduate and/or graduate school level, or whose native language is not English, must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) examination to determine if the student has sufficient English language skills to satisfactorily complete the institution’s programs. Applicant’s proficiency scores achieved not more than 2 years before admission: IELTS scores: minimum overall score 6.5 with no part score below 6.0; TOEFL scores minimum acceptable score of 550 for the paper based test and 79 for the Internet based examination.
College of Medical Aesthetics does not issue I-20 forms (U.S. Department of Homeland Security Certificates of Eligibility for student visas). College of Medical Aesthetics cannot fulfill requests for student visas, nor does it vouch for student status or offer language services to students.

Articulation Agreements
College of Medical Aesthetics has not entered into any articulation agreements with any other institution.
Licensure Requirements for Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing.
There is no certification exam required or provided by the State of California. The Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing Certificate program is a post graduate program.

Immunization Requirements
For protection and compliance with state regulations, the College of Medical Aesthetics requires all students to be properly immunized. You must show proof of the following immunizations before you begin the program: - Tuberculin test in the past six months - Varicella, rubella and MMR immunity - Up-to-date diphtheria and tetanus shots - Hepatitis B vaccination or signed declaration - Documentation of vaccinations must be provided to the admissions office prior to the start of the programs. The student will pay the cost of immunizations.

Health Screening Requirements
Before starting any program, each student must provide written evidence from his or her family physician certifying of the absence of mental and /or contagious diseases. Drug- Screening test results are required. Positive results on drug testing could affect the student’s ability to attend the clinical skills laboratory or work with clients required to complete the program’s graduation requirements, or to obtain certification after completion of the program. The student will pay the cost of examinations, screenings and drug tests.

CPR Policy
Prior to the start of any program or its internship component students must submit proof of completion and current certification in American Heart Association CPR, or Basic Life Support (BLS).

Is financial assistance available
Tuition Payment Methods
At this time, financial assistance is not available for the Aesthetic Dermatology program offering. However, College of Medical Aesthetics Accepts payment for tuition and other fees through cash payment, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal or a third party check. College of Medical Aesthetics also offers direct auto pay to defray any student loan debt upon completion of the program. Students assume the responsibility for payment of the tuition costs in full, either through direct payment or a third party financial plan. All financial arrangements must be made before the beginning of the class. The college will contact students who are delinquent in paying tuition and fees. They will be encouraged to make specific arrangements with the college in order to remove their delinquency and remain in good financial standing.

How do I cancel or withdraw from the course?

Student’s Right to Cancel
The student shall have the right to cancel the agreement and receive a full refund before the first lesson and materials are received. The student has the right to cancel and obtain a refund of charges paid through attendance at the first class session, or; the seventh day after enrollment. Cancellation is effective on the date written notice of cancellation is sent to the school’s administrative office at 111 West Ocean Blvd. Suite 400 Long Beach, CA 90802. The institution shall make the refund pursuant to section 71750 of the Regulations. If the institution sent the first lesson and materials before an effective cancellation notice was received, the institution shall make a full refund within 30 days after the student’s return of the materials.

Refund Policy
If the student cancels an enrollment agreement or withdraws during a period of attendance, the refund policy for students who have completed 60 percent or less of the period of attendance shall be a pro rata refund. A pro rata refund pursuant to section 94919(c) or 94920(d) or 94927 of the code shall be no less than the total amount owed by the student for the portion of the educational program provided subtracted from the amount paid by the student, calculated as follows:
The amount owed equals the daily charge for the program (total institutional charge, divided by the number of days in the program), multiplied by the number of days’ student attended, or was scheduled to attend, prior to withdrawal. For purposes of determining a refund, a student shall be considered to have withdrawn from an educational program when he or she withdraws or is deemed withdrawn in accordance with the withdrawal policy stated in this institution’s catalog. If an institution has collected money from a student for transmittal on the student’s behalf to a third party for a bond, library usage, or fees for a license, application, or examination and the institution has not paid the money to the third party at the time of the student’s withdrawal or cancellation, the institution shall refund the money to the student within 30 days of the student’s withdrawal or cancellation.

College of Medical Aesthetics does not participate in any federal of state financial aid programs. If you obtain a loan to pay for your educational program, you will have the responsibility to repay the full amount of the loan plus interest, less the amount of any refund. If you are eligible for a loan guaranteed by the federal or state government and you default on the loan, both of the following may occur:
1) The federal or state government or a loan guarantee agency may take action against you, including applying any income tax refund to which you are entitled, to reduce the balance owed on the loan.
2) You may not be eligible for any other federal student financial aid at another institution or other government assistance until the loan is repaid.

The term withdrawal is defined the student’s desire cancel the Enrollment Agreement to leave the educational program prior to finishing the educational program. This could be for any reason that would prevent the student from continuing the course work at the college. Or, withdrawal from the college due to misconduct or other violations of the college’s policies as determined by the college.

Administrative Withdrawal
Students who by the end of week 2 have not participated in the Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing course or who have minimal participation and show no credit for any grade assignments will be subject to an Administrative Withdrawal.

The following consequences apply to a student who is administratively withdrawn from the program
• The student receives a grade of W for the course
• The grade W appears on the student’s transcript
• The grade of W does not affect the GPA, but course credits are included in attempted credits when monitoring academic progress

Complaint Grievance Procedure
From time to time, difference in interpretation of college policies will arise among students, faculty and /or the administration. Persons seeking to resolve problems or complaints should first contact the instructor in charge. Requests for further action may be made to the College Director. When such differences arise, usually a miscommunication or misunderstanding is a major contributing factor. For this reason, we urge both students & staff to communicate any problems that arise directly to the individual (s) involved. If the problem cannot be resolved in this manner, the College Director should be contacted. Normally, the informal procedure of “discussing” differences will resolve the problem. In addition to complaints previously stated and appeals of an academic nature, a student has a right to complain to the institution. If a student wishes to file a written complaint, they may do so. All written complaints will be evaluated within 10 days and the student notified in writing.

A student or any member of the public may file a complaint about this institution with the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education by calling 888-370-7589 or by completing a complaint form, which can be obtained on the bureau's Internet Web site bppe@dca.ca.gov. The student may contact the Bureau for further details. Any questions a student may have regarding the Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing program that have not been satisfactorily answered by the institution may be directed to the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education at:
Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education
2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400, Sacramento, CA 95833
P.O. Box 980818 West Sacramento, CA 95798-0818
Tel: 888-370-7589, Fax: 916-263-1897 Email: bppe@dca.ca.gov

How should I list the Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing Certification on my resume?
When you have earned your Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing Certification, list it on your resume with the date of completion as follows: College of Medical Aesthetics Credential,
"Program Name" Aesthetic Dermatology Nursing

What housing facilities are available when I attend clinical?
This institution does not operate dormitories or other housing facilities. This institution does not provide assistance nor does it have any responsibility to assist students in finding housing. Due to the short stay needed, the housing in the immediate area is available in hotels. Average price per night $130.00

Hotels Irvine, CA
- Irvine Marriott 18000 Von Karman Avenue Irvine California 92612
- Embassy Suites Irvine - Orange County Airport 2120 Main Street, Irvine, CA 92614
- Hilton Irvine/Orange County Airport 18800 MacArthur Boulevard, Irvine, CA 92612

Hotels Laguna Hills, CA
- Courtyard by Marriott Laguna Hills Avenida De La Carlota Laguna Hills CA
- The Hills Hotel, 25205 La Paz Rd, Laguna Hills, CA, 92653

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