Train as an Electrologist.
COPE is a leader in the principles and practice of permanent hair removal. We are a nationally recognized association that upholds the Health Canada Standards and guidelines in all Provinces across the country.
Requirements to be an Electrologist Student?
What is included in your electrolysis course?
What are the minimum hours of training required?
How detailed is your training on infection control?
Is your school affiliated with any electrolysis associations?
CE – Certified Electrologist
A Certified Electrologist (C.E.) is the designation given to students who have completed a comprehensive 500 hour training program from a certified instructor in Canada. Students learn 300 hours of Theory and 200 hours of Practical hands on training. Students are required to pass a written examination to earn a highly regarded C.E. designation – established in 1974.
Your clients can be assured that with a C.E. designation, the electrologist will be up to date with all Health Canada Standards and Guidelines as well as their provincial standards and guidelines. The electrologist will be adequately trained to provide quality treatment to clients for permanent hair removal.
CPE – Certified Professional Electrologist
A Certified Professional Electrologist is one who has paid to sit for a specialized registered and closely governed examination, and by passing with high marks, has earned the right to use the designations, Certified Professional Electrologist, (C.P.E.) or Certified Clinical Electrologist. (C.C.E.)
CCE – Certified Clinical Electrologist
Both designations awarded to an ‘Electrologist’ of 5 years or longer, has paid to sit for these specialized, registered and closely governed examinations by a third party and by passing one or both of these examinations with high marks, earns the right to use the designations of C.P.E. and/or C.C.E.
Canadian Electrolysis Schools
* COPE National is not affiliated with any schools or training institutions. *