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CT-AIVEP Training - Module 1

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CODE: CT-AIVEP:M1


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CosmeticTattooist.com offers comprehensive and innovative training via an Accelerated Interactive Vocational Education Program© (AIVEP) course framework.

Our industry first training format prepares our students for their practical training via an online interactive multimedia course presentation that ensures that the practical training sessions spent with your instructor have the maximum time allocated to actually learning to tattoo rather than wasting practical training sessions on the preparatory theory and practice pad practicals that can be done at your own pace from the comfort of your own home with the guidance of our detailed course material.

Module 1 is the starting point for your new career & the purpose of Module 1 is to provide Aestheticians already working in the field of Beauty Therapy or those considering a career in Cosmetic Tattooing;

• An introduction to Cosmetic Tattooing.
• The theory of Cosmetic Tattooing prior to commencing the practical training.
• Self directed equipment practice prior to commencing the practical training.
• The knowledge required to provide general information to clients who may be considering Cosmetic Tattooing.

Upon successful completion of Module 1 students are provided a certificate of completion & then they may then enrol in module 2 to commence practical training towards their full Diploma in Cosmetic Tattooing.

 

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Module 1 Syllabus

Chapter Page No.   Topic
       
Intro     Introduction
  1 - Index
  2 - Copyright Information
  3 - Introduction & Welcome
  4 - Acknowledgements
  5 - About the Author
  6 - Site Navigation
  7 - Study Guide
  8 - Chapter 'Notes Page' Introduction
  9 - Chapter 'Key Points Page' Introduction
  10 - Chapter 'Questions Page' Introduction
  11 - Chapter 'Test Page' Introduction
       

1

    Health, Safety and Hygiene
  12 - Chapter Notes
  13 - Government Legislation
  14-15 - Basic anatomy & physiology of human skin
  16-17 - Micro-organisms & disease
  18 - Hygiene in the clinic/salon
  19 - Correct handling of sharps
  20 - Infection control/prevention
  21-24 - Hand washing and gloving techniques
  25 - Waste disposal
  26 - Clean up
  27 - Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  28 - Key Points
  29 - Questions?
  30 - Chapter Review Test
       

2

    Colour Theory
  31 - Chapter Notes
  32 - Basic Colour Theory
  33 - How to determine undertones of the skin
  34 - Pigments
  35 - How to select the right pigment colour for your client
  36-37 - The mixing of colour pigments
  38 - Popular and widely used colours
  39 - Key Points
  40 - Questions?
  41 - Chapter Review Test
       

3

    Develop a Treatment Plan
      (As per WRBCS407A as it applies to Cosmetic Tattooing)
  42 - Chapter Notes
  43 - Determine the Client's requirements
  44 - What are the most frequently asked questions and their answers
  45 - Analyse Client characteristics
  46-48 - How to develop a Treatment Plan
  49 - Identifying contraindications for Cosmetic Tattooing
  50 - Absolute preclusions for Cosmetic Tattooing
  51 - Client Notes Page (example)
  52 - Doctors Approval letter (example)
  53 - Key Points
  54 - Questions?
  55 - Chapter Review Test
       

4

    Client Consultation
  56 - Chapter Notes
  57 - Consent, Indemnity and Medical Questionnaire forms
  58 - Consent, Medical Disclosure/Questionnaire, Indemnity form (Example)
  59 - Consent, Indemnity and Medical Questionnaire forms continued
  60 - Record keeping
  61 - Photographing the client
  62 - Skin preparation
  63 - Test Patch
  64-65 - Stages of skin healing
  66 - Aftercare advice
  67 - Aftercare Sheet  (example)
  68 - Key Points
  69 - Questions?
  70 - Chapter Review Test
       

5

    Your Micropigmentation Device/Rotary Pen
  71 - Chapter Notes
  72 - Overview of Micropigmentation devices
  73 - Your Micropigmentation Kit
  74 - Your Bella Dragon parts identification list
  75 - Different size needles and their uses
  76 - Disposable machine parts
  77 - How to assemble & disassemble your Micropigmentation device
  78 - Key Points
  79 - Questions?
  80 - Chapter Review Test
       

6

    Equipment and Materials
  81 - Chapter Notes
  82 - Fomites
  83 - Magnifying lamp
  84 - Use of foot switches
  85 - Handling of sterile supplies
  86 - Procedure Packs
  87 - Other supplies required
  88 - Doing a Procedure Setup
  89 - Topical Anaesthetics
  90 - Key Points
  91 - Questions?
  92 - Chapter Review Test
       

7

    Implanting Colour Techniques
  93 - Chapter Notes
  94 - Different tattoo stroke techniques
  95 - Banana Practice
  96 - Important Factors that affect the outcome of cosmetic tattooing
  97 - Practice Materials (3D practice pads)
  98 - Eyebrow Shapes Practice
  99 - Eyebrow Tattoo Practice
  100 - Lip Tattoo Practice
  101 - Eyeliner Tattoo Practice
  102 - Key Points
  103 - Questions?
  104 - Chapter Review Test
       

8

    Liability, Indemnity and Insurance
  105 - Chapter Notes
  106 - The meanings of Liability, Indemnity and Insurance
  107 - What an indemnity form is, and why it is required
  108 - What type of Insurance is required by cosmetic tattooists
  109 - Why insurance is important for cosmetic tattooist
  110 - Useful Services
  111 - Key Points
  112 - Questions?
  113 - Chapter Review Test
       

9

    Problem Solving
  113 - Chapter Notes
  114 - Problem Prevention / Solving
  115 - Eye Injuries: corneal abrasions, needle injuries, products entering the eye
  116 - Infection, Scarring, Allergic Reaction, Long Term Reactions
  117 - Pigment migration, Herpes Simplex (Cold Sores)
  118 - Colour Correction; eyeliner / eyebrows too dark, blue eyebrows, colour fade
  119 - Colour Correction; unusual pigment colour changes
  120 - Handling customer complaints
  121 - Resources
  122 - Key Points
  123 - Questions?
  124 - Chapter Review Test
       

10

    Professionalism & Ethics
  125 - Chapter Notes
  126-128 - Professionalism & Ethics
  129 - Key Points
  130 - Questions?
  131 - Chapter Review Test
  132 - Congratulations
  133 - References
  134 - Links
  135 - Glossary
  136 - Extra Chapter Notes Page
  137 - Eyebrow Sketch Page
  138 - Feedback
  139 - Module 1 Assessment


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