Being insured for treatment risk.
Are you insured to perform treatments?
What if you think you are?
Many insurance Companies may not ask to see your certificates for the treatments you carry out before taking your money for insurance, they will assume you are telling them the truth that you have certificates and will be happy to take your money for insurance.
Like car insurance
If you don't tell them about claims you have had, they may be happy to take your money again assuming you are telling them the truth
in the event of a possible claim an insurance Company will then probably ask for evidence that what you have told them is correct and if it is not the cover you 'think' you had could potentially be invalid.
So always make sure the certificates you receive are actually accredited and also if any pre requisites (previous qualifications) are required for the course you wish attend, as can be the case with some 'advanced' treatments. The accrediting body who the course is accredited with will be the best people to ask if any previous courses or qualifications are needed.
Accredited classic lash certificate before Russian lashes.
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