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I still want to joint the Society but was wondering if there was another insurance provider that would cover me for a week or so. The Institute is something I have hear very little about and at present I want to stick with what i know.
Not really a practical solution to my problem I know but I'm frustrated because my Society application is being delayed. I want to work and I have a lot of patients waiting and there appears to be nothing I can do.
i dont think you will get temporary cover the policies are for 1 year many hairdressing policies cover the treatment of feet about 300 per year you dont need the society but it is the best option i have both because the hairdressing policy covers footcare assistants and gives employer liability insurance. the lady you are covering for may have apolicy covering employees she can call you afootcare assistant for aweek