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Understanding Corneotherapy: Skin Anatomy & Physiology - IAC

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The International Association of Applied Corneotherapy (I.A.C.) offer the distance learning program "Understanding Corneotherapy" that can be used as both a introduction to further studies about Corneotherapy or as a step toward meeting the criteria for association membership. 
The course consists of 10 modules, and is completed on-line. The objective of the course is to provide a comprehensive, but concise perspective of the skin; the anatomy, histology, morphology and physiology that will give you a new respect for the largest organ of the body, and why Corneotherapy is the most respectful and progressive methodology of care.
Each module consists of course notes, a presentation and a short assessment. 
Upon completion of the course you will receive a Certificate of Completion from the International Association for Applied Corneotherapy. If you choose to join the association at any time, the fee paid for this course can be transferred to membership.

Modules in this course: 
• What is Corneotherapy?
• The internal cell structure
• Stem cells and skin development
• What is keratin and why is it important?
• Cells & systems of the epidermis 
• Cells & systems of the dermis
• Keratinocyte lifecycle
• Cell to cell communication
• The eco-system of the acid mantle
• Skin microbiome and Corneotherapy

Typical completion time: 9hrs 50 min. This course is awarded 10 CPD points

This course is hosted by Pastiche Training on behalf of The International Association for Applied Corneotherapy
 
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