This course is for persons who already have a North Carolina esthetician/facial license and that license is current, and has not become null and void. If your license is expired you can complete this course for course credit to renew your expired license. If your license expires in 2018, 2019, 2020, or 2021 you can also complete this course for continuing education credits. This course is approved for the following license renewal periods of 2018, 2019, 2020, or 2021. If you are renewing an North Carolina esthetician/facial license for the 2018, 2019, 2020, or 2021 renewal periods continue to the quiz below. If you are not a North Carolina esthetician/facial return to the home page and select the license type that you currently are trying to renew. "Click Here" to return to the course list page.

If you do not currently hold a North Carolina license issued by the North Carolina Board of Cosmetology you should contact our office for assistance in selecting the correct course that you need for your license requirements. Contact our office at 321-217-0554

North Carolina Esthetician Continuing Education
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QUIZ INSTRUCTIONS: read each question and its possible answers carefully, and then choose the best possible answer for a question by clicking the circle to the left of your choice. Do not worry that you do not see a black dot in the circle after clicking; the computer has retained the answer you clicked in memory. To pass the quiz you need a score of 75% or greater, this means you need to get at least 7 of the 10 questions correct to pass. If you do not pass you can repeat the quiz without additional fees, to restart the quiz press the F5 button on your computer keyboard. If you have not already completed the quiz answer-sheet, it is recommend that you print an answer-sheet and have a pen or pencil ready before you begin the quiz. As you choose your answers mark your choice on the answer-sheet you printed so if you do need to repeat the quiz. To print an answer-sheet to mark your answers on "click here"

1. You can get the HIV virus while donating blood or plasma.

2. HIV is spread from one person to another through sharing of needles, unprotected sexual contact, and blood and body fluid.

3. The first sign of syphilis is generally a sore(s) that is painless and becomes visible at the site of initial contact.

4. A female with untreated syphilis will transmit the disease to her unborn child.

5. Tuberculosis is spread through the air.

6. It is required by law to use a sanitary towel or neck strip around the client's neck to avoid contact of the shampoo cape with a client's skin

7. Bacteria are responsible for a large degree of illness and suffering.

8. Clients with an infectious disease can be served in a salon if they are kept in a separate room from all the other clients while the service is being performed.

9. The FDA makes sure that the chemicals used in a salon are safe if used properly.

10. OSHA regulations require salon owners to maintain the MSDS sheets and make them available to employees to read.

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