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 Post subject: Cosmetic Tattoo Training
PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 4:05 pm 
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This topic is intended for questions you may have or general discussion about Cosmetic Tattoo Training. If you are considering a career in Cosmetic Tattooing the links below may assist you.

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CosmeticTattooist.com Accelerated Interactive Vocational Education Programs CT-AIVEP© have been developed to provide students comprehensive training in Cosmetic Tattooing with the theory and preparatory component predominantly conducted online at the students own pace. The online training package has been specifically designed to have the look and feel of a traditional book but with the addition of photographs, multimedia (instructional videos) and interactives (page content that responds to the student in a meaningful educational way).

A range of interactives provide the student with useful exercises to enhance the understanding of key topics.

Each chapter of a course module begins with a printable Notes Page that focuses the student with expected learning outcomes for the chapter and enables the student to build their own course manual as they progress. Each chapter ends with a printable Key Points page to reinforce the most important aspects of the chapter plus a tick box Chapter Test page which helps the student review the chapter content to see if they have grasped the information. The chapter test pages provide the student with the correct answer instantly so there is no waiting around.

Course content also provides the students with self directed practicals, these are practical exercises that the student can perform at home to help prepare them for their supervised tattoo training days, the self directed practicals include subjects such as assembling and dissembling the tattoo machine, tattoo practice on practice pads etc. Where necessary self directed practicals are accompanied by online instructional videos and DVD loans to assist the student to prepare for their supervised practical training days.

CT-AIVEP© courses have been rigorously designed with multidisciplinary input to provide students an accelerated learning process with a high degree of information retention, the objective is to give a new student a head start in their knowledge base and capabilities. Provided that the student progresses through the course material as intended and performs all the preparatory self directed practicals then once the supervised training days begin the student can make the absolute best use of their supervised tattoo training with their instructor.

The course structure is intended to permit the student to progressively build upon their knowledge and practical skills within Cosmetic Tattooing and this process can progress at the students own pace.

When you purchase any training package you should not not think of it as if you are just purchasing a certificate, at the completion of your course you will want to have gained the greatest amount of relevant knowledge and skills that your money can buy. That way when you finish your course will feel truly ready to begin your new career.

To show my commitment to the quality of our training package I back it with a Gold Standard Training Guarantee, to my knowledge no other Cosmetic Tattoo Trainer is offering a training guarantee that comes close.

CT-AIVEP, the difference is obvious!

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 Post subject: Re: Cosmetic Tattoo Training
PostPosted: Wed Jun 30, 2010 8:06 pm 
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Hi there

I am a RN and I have been thinking about taking a different direction with my career for a while now, I had been considering a beauty therapy course or something similar but then I found out about permanent make up, you know I managed to reach my 40's and had never heard about it before! Anyway I have been looking around at different course options here in Melb and up in NSW etc. Your course looks very good and I have to say I am impressed by your site, very comprehensive and love the attention to hygiene ... well I am a nurse lol, I have tried to get a clear idea of the course syllabus from those offerings elsewhere and I have to say they are a bit vague. I have been quoted a couple of thousand more for what seems like a hell of a lot less so just wondering why?
Also it seems as if your course takes a while to complete v's a week or less for some others why the difference?


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 Post subject: Re: Cosmetic Tattoo Training
PostPosted: Wed Jun 30, 2010 10:00 pm 
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Hello Melbgal and welcome to the forum.

I am glad that you like the look of my course a lot of effort has gone into both its design and the course content, particular focus has been on providing quality content. I am not able to comment on the offerings from other providers but I have tried to design the course in a way that ensures that the student makes the best use of the time with the instructor during practical training. Using practical training days to present theory or for basic preparation either adds cost to the training or reduces the amount of supervised practice that a student gets on actual tattooing. It seems to me that a online component with multimedia and interactivity coupled with DVD's of full procedures is the logical choice for both presenting the theory and preparing the student for practical training days. That way your practical training days are spent actually tattooing models under the supervision of your instructor rather than just watching or sitting in a classroom or reading etc. You can do all of that preparation at home in your own time via the online modules, consequently the course is more cost efficient and provides you with the maximum amount of time for practical training as well.

As far as the time frame goes a student can progress at their own natural pace and you can do the practical modules as one unit but I believe the best way is to split the practical training days, e.g. you can do Module 1 (theory) then do Module 2 (Eyebrows) and once deemed proficient then you can perform eyebrows for a period of time to build up your tattooing skills and then move on to Module 3 (Lipline & Blend) and once deemed proficient then you can perform Liplines for a period of time to build up your tattooing skills further and then move on to Module 4-5 (Eyeliner and final Assessment).

By breaking the modules down in that way the student is able to gradually build their skill base and progress onto the next module as they feel ready, it is also much better for the clients because instead of someone just rushing through a short course the student is progressively building their skill and knowledge as they move from module to module and they are in regular contact with their instructor as they progress.

At the completion of their course I want a student to feel confident that they know what they are doing, that they have a solid procedural doctrine and they have a broad range of knowledge about Cosmetic Tattooing so that they can take pride in what they have achieved. Students are also provided with ongoing information via our Graduate Update Bulletins as new issues come to hand

My aim is to provide quality content in a cost efficient way with the ultimate aim of helping the student reach a high standard of client services.

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 Post subject: Re: Cosmetic Tattoo Training
PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2010 11:57 am 
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Great answer :D I must admit I like the idea of completing the course in my own time and I definitely agree that with any course you are paying for the content quality rather than just a certificate at the end. It sounds as if you have put a lot of thought into the best way to deliver the course and I can see that it makes a lot more sense to do all the preliminaries at home so that the training days are put to good use. TBO it looks like chalk and cheese to me lol.

At the moment I am in the process of finishing a couple of units to do with nursing and once that is over I will enrol in your course, probably around Oct/Nov. Thanks for all the info.


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