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Shanan Zickefoose, BSN, RN, CPCP

Train the Trainer

Shanan began her career in permanent cosmetics in 2006 and owns a medical spa practice in Tulsa, Oklahoma where she practices all areas of permanent cosmetics. She has been an active member of the SPCP since 2007, including serving on the Board of Directors. Always driven by a challenge, she pursued and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Tulsa. Through her nursing specialties and personal family medical issues, it became clear that wound care was a passion that complimented her career and personal goals. Shanan recently authored a popular SPCP book, Principles of Infection Control for the Tattoo Industry, a must-read for anyone in our industry. She is a recipient of the SPCP Ambassador Award.

9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Friday half day 9-12)

Thursday 29 September

Train the Trainer

This highly acclaimed program is presented by SPCP Trainer Member and past Director Shanan Zickefoose. While a required class for those with a goal to become SPCP trainer members, this program is also required regularly for certified trainer members as a review to keep current on training practices. The attendee will be able to demonstrate skills in the areas of developing contractual student agreements, trainer teaching skills, motivational skills, and choosing students. Also covered will be class lesson plans, instructional methods, how to great presentations, choosing class types, and so much more. Attendees have the opportunity to network with one another and to speak on particular subjects to enrich the program with new ideas. This exchange of ideas casts the seeds of new educational concepts and program development. Attendees of this class must be CPCP certified or scheduled to take their certification exam during the convention. Attending this class does not qualify the attendee as an SPCP trainer member; additional requirements must be met. Please refer to the SPCP website for other trainer member requirements or contact the office for a Trainer Application Packet.