Our Objectives & Goals
To self regulate and promote higher standards pertaining to electrolysis and the electrologist.
To set a minimum standard for electrolysis training and the profession in Canada.
To unite electrologists in Canada and to nationally promote the electrologists and the electrolysis profession.
To raise the status of Canadian Electrologists
To assist the provincial associations/societies/chapters in providing further education to their member
►Certified Professional Electrologist
►Certified Canadian Electrologist
The designations and initials C.P.E. (Certified Professional Electrologist) and C.C.E. (Certified Canadian Electrologist) have been awarded by Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada, Registrar of Trademarks, as well as Copyright, and can be used and recognized across Canada. The use of the designation and initials CPE and CCE may be awarded in Canada only by the FCEA.
The certification designation/title CPE and CCE is the property of the FCEA in Canada and the FCEA has the power to revoke the said designation/title in the event of non-compliance and/or standards as from time to time set by the FCEA.
The Certified Professional Electrologist examination has been designed as a procedure for electrologists who wish to be identified with a professional organization of their peers.
The examination assures a standardized performance level and knowledge base.
Successful completion of the exam(s) entitles the electrologist to include the initials CPE and/or CCE after their name.
These initials CPE and CCE indicate the electrologist has satisfied a board of examiners and is a member in good standing.
The FCEA Exam
The CPE theoretical examination component consists of 100 multiple-choice questions covering all subjects pertaining to the field of electrolysis. To ensure the integrity of the exam and to make certain no two exams are the same, the exam is computer generated from a database of a possible 401 questions. These questions test the knowledge of all challenging the exam and require a pass mark of 65%.
The CPE practical examination component tests the level of skill of the examinee in both the thermolysis and blend methods. Examinees are required to provide a model with sufficient hair growth to fulfill the treatment requirements
What membership offers the practicing electrologist:
- Client referrals.
- An opportunity to achieve designation upon the successful completion of the FCEA exam.
- Professional membership certificates are available to all members.
- Active members receive yearly validation labels for membership certificates.
- FCEA members may attend continuing education seminars and conventions held by our affiliated Provincial Associations, Societies, and Chapters.
- An opportunity to network with colleagues in the field of electrolysis.
- An opportunity to obtain professional liability and premise coverage through the FCEA Insurance Program.
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