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The Electrologists Association of New Jersey (EANJ) provides skilled professionals for the protection and safety of the public. Licensed under the State Board of Medical Examiners, the safety and welfare of the citizens of this state are protected by requiring standards of competency and sterilization. In addition to State Licensing, many of our members assumed the added commitment of International Board Certification, which allows the credential of Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE).

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The Electrologists Association of New Jersey (EANJ) was established in 1947 by pioneers in the field who were dedicated to promoting the highest standards of professional education and ethics while providing skilled professionals for the protection and safety of the public. As time went on the leaders of this association saw the necessity to regulate the practice of Electrology in the state of New Jersey and started a 20 year quest to persuade the legislators to pass a bill to regulate Electrolysis. On January 12, 1998 The Electrology Act #S-696 was signed and put into law by Governor Christine Todd Whitman. New Jersey is the 32nd State to be licensed. The health, safety and welfare of the citizens of this state would now be protected by requiring standards of sterilization, hygiene, and competency.

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The EANJ offers seminars and meetings, open to all Electrologists, members as well as non members. The EANJ is also affiliated with the American Electrology Association, Inc. (AEA), the largest international electrology membership organization. The AEA has provided many programs that benefit the electrologist, the profession and the consumer. Many of our members assumed the added commitment of International Board Certification, by passing a voluntary certification examination. They became Certified Professional Electrologists (CPEs) and are challenged to improving their knowledge and practice through the AEA's Continuing Education and Recertification programs, which require 75 hours of approved continuing education every five years to recertify.

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Membership in EANJ indicates that this practitioner has elected to take advantage of the large base of information and education available through our professional association. If you are an electrologist looking for the latest information and camaraderie with other professionals, we welcome you to join us at a meeting and network with your peers.

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