9th Annual Meeting
Society of Dermatology SkinCare Specialists
Inn on Bourbon Hotel in New Orleans, La.
ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Meeting Registration Fees:
Meeting registration fee is for Monday & Tuesday only - Post-conference classes require additional registration. SDSS Members need to register for the Certification Prep Class on Wednesday. (see below)
Prior to Jan. 15 After Jan. 15
SDSS $250 $395
(add'l member same office) $180 N/A
Non-Member $350 $495
Post-Conference Class Fees:For Full Post-Conference Class Description click here
Wednesday, Feb. 9 - 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Note: Attendees of post-conference classes do not have to attend Monday and Tuesday conference.
Class 1: Laser & Light Therapies - What You Need to Know Before Performing Procedures
Class 2: NCEA Certification Prep Class *Includes FREE Records Verification
This class is an interactive study group that prepares the NCEA Certified Candidate to "brush-up" on their skills and prepares them to sit for the National Certification Examination.
Fee: $99.00 (This class is FREE to SDSS Members, click here to save your space at no charge)
Training Manual Fee: $109.00
*Class Prerequisites: Attendees must have completed the NCEA Certification Training Manual Knowledge Reviews. Go to www.NCEACertified.tv for more information.
Registration Cancellation Policy: A written notice of cancellation must be received to the SDSS Executive Office , 484 Spring Avenue, Ridgewood, N.J. 07450, no later than Jan. 7, 2011. We will issue your refund less a $100 administrative fee, after the annual meeting.
Hotel Room Rate: $169
*Rooms MUST be booked through the SDSS Executive office. Download Hotel Registration Form here.
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