Credential: Delivery: Full-time Work Integrated Learning ...cat. 1000 Medical Skin Care Science MDSC 1001 Medical Skin Care Techniques MDSC 1002 Medical Skin Care Applications MDSC 1003 Oncology Esthetics

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  • MEDICAL SKIN CARETHERAPIESProgram OutlineProgram: MSCTCredential: Ontario College Graduate CertificateDelivery: Full-timeWork Integrated Learning: 2 Clinical PlacementsLength: 2 SemestersDuration: 1 YearEffective: Fall 2017Location: Barrie

    DescriptionThis program is designed to provide students with essential andadvanced theory and practice related to the field of medical esthetics.Emphasis will be placed on developing the knowledge, skills andjudgment necessary to provide a treatment plan and make professionalreferrals when appropriate. Students will be educated to work with relatedmedical professionals in a safe and competent manner. The practicecomponent of this program will be conducted in a lab/clinic environmentwhere best practice, current regulations and protocols will be enforced.

    Career OpportunitiesSuccessful graduates may be employed in dermatology clinics, medicalspas, laser care facilities, wellness centres, plastic surgeons offices,dental spas, destination and resort spas, day spas, as well as physiciansoffices which incorporate cosmetic practices.

    Program Learning OutcomesThe graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:

    utilize advanced therapeutic communication skills in a professionalmedical care setting;

    adhere to relevant industry regulations and codes of conduct; perform and evaluate a detailed skin assessment for the purpose of

    medical procedures; devise, implement and evaluate a treatment plan for clients in a

    medical esthetics clinic; practice critical thinking and problem solving techniques to anticipate

    and resolve complex problems; use appropriate terminology essential in a medical clinic to

    communicate within an interprofessional team; analyze and evaluate the benefits of the different types of procedures

    offered in a medical esthetic practice; evaluate and implement environmentally related initiatives relevant to

    the medical esthetics profession; promote and advocate the role and skills of a medical esthetician.

    The Program ProgressionFall Intake

    Sem 1: Fall 2017 Sem 2: Winter 2018

    Admission Requirements Post-secondary diploma or degree with a specialty in Esthetics or

    Skin Care Therapy, or equivalent

    Additional InformationIt is required that students have Level HCP CPR and Standard First Aidupon registration to the program (On-line courses are not acceptable). Itis the student's responsibility to renew their Level HCP CPR certificationannually while in the Program. Students are asked to submit a copy oftheir current Level HCP CPR and Standard First Aid certificate beforeclasses begin.

    Applicants must have an up-to-date immunization record in compliancewith the Public Hospitals Act. Completion and submission of this recordis required during registration in order to ensure your placement in clinicaland field placement facilities. A Hepatitis B vaccination is requiredfor your own safety. It may be obtained at a reduced cost through thestudent insurance plan.

    Graduation Requirements8 Mandatory Courses2 Clinical Placements

    Graduation EligibilityTo graduate from this program, a student must attain a minimum of 60%or a letter grade of P (Pass) or S (Satisfactory) in each course in eachsemester. The passing weighted average for promotion through eachsemester and to graduate is 60%.

    RequirementsCode TitleMandatory CoursesMDSC1000 Medical Skin Care ScienceMDSC1001 Medical Skin Care TechniquesMDSC1002 Medical Skin Care ApplicationsMDSC1003 Oncology EstheticsMDSC1005 Medical Intervention and Plastic Surgery ProceduresMDSC1006 Advanced Medical Skin Care TechniquesMDSC1007 Advanced Medical Skin Care ApplicationsMDSC1008 The Medical Esthetic Practice and the Cosmetic

    PatientClinical PlacementsMDSC1004 Medical Skin Care ClinicMDSC1009 Advanced Medical Esthetics Clinic

    Information contained in College documents respecting programs is correctat the time of publication. Academic content of programs and courses isrevised on an ongoing basis to ensure relevance to changing educationalobjectives and employment market needs. The college reserves the right toadd or delete programs, options, courses, timetables or campus locationssubject to sufficient enrolment, and the availability of courses.

    2017-18 Academic Catalog and Regulations Medical Skin Care TherapiesUpdated: 11-08-20171

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