Cosmetic Tattooing - Diploma Training
Hi my name is Andrea Darby,
I am a certified Workplace Trainer with
I am now offering an exiting new course with a revolutionary online multimedia theory component for those who wish to embark on a career in Cosmetic Tattooing (commonly referred to as Permanent Makeup).
When purchasing any training course you should look for the most comprehensive and relevant content with the best value for money. You just found it!
NB. Some unskilled trainers are only capable of providing trainees limited education using a single device and often only use a single needle or a narrow range of needles, my trainees are provided comprehensive training using the full needle range.
Below is a short preview of one of the training DVD's
The Module 1 introductory theory course will be your first step towards obtaining your qualifications in Cosmetic Tattooing & will cover the majority of the theory required for completion of your full diploma course.
NB. Approved training using the Amiea Linelle Supreme is now being provided exclusively in Australia by Andrea. Caution: No other trainer in Australia is currently licensed by us to provide approved Amiea digital training, beware of unlicensed courses and providers who are not able to offer full product support.
Below is how the full Diploma Course is provided;
Design and Perform Cosmetic Tattoo (Micropigmentation) Procedures
Module 1 (Certificate) - Cosmetic Tattooing
Theory for Consultant Aestheticians
Module 1 is being offered online via an 'Accelerated Interactive Vocational Education Program©' or CT-AIVEP™ for short. This course has been designed to have the look and feel of a traditional book with interactivity & multimedia (the first of its kind).
Module 2-5 (Diploma) - Cosmetic Tattooing Practical Training & Final Assessment
Modules 2-5 each contain a short online theory component plus a full day of supervised practical training for each module in your salon, yes I will come to you!
Prior to enrolling in a Permanent Makeup training course you should insist on seeing a comprehensive syllabus of the course content so that you know that the course has been compiled professionally, if the course provider refuses to provide a syllabus then its probably because either they don't have one or its deficient.
My procedural doctrine was audited by an Registered Health Practitioner, any changes to equipment or procedures are re-audited by my health advisor who has 30 years of formal qualification and extensive experience in Clinical Procedures, Accident & Emergency, Occupational Health & Safety, Health Education, Infection Prevention and is a former St Johns Ambulance Honorary Lecturer.
Many of the Cosmetic Tattoo training service providers in Australia have no formal qualifications in any health discipline nor do they have any in house or any on site direct supervision by a Registered Health Practitioner and yet they may claim the capacity to teach students about anatomy and physiology, health preclusions & contraindications and infection control. Some might even illegally suppling scheduled anaesthetics in contravention of the therapeutic goods act and with little or no comprehension of the safe usage of those products. Some of the students of those service providers in turn branch out offering new training services by copying bits and pieces of information cherry picked in a piecemeal fashion from a variety of sources without the direct involvement by a qualified Registered Health Practitioner.
Andrea is the the only trainer in Australia who has undergone intensive training with the manufacturer on the full range of Amiea machines and needles don't be misled into paying for unauthorised training on an Amiea device.
Most providers of this type of service
are achieving poor quality results, I have been asked to provide
corrective services for a number of clients with poor quality outcomes
that were provided by Cosmetic Tattoo trainers who are actually training
others to replicate their poor quality results. If you intend on providing
this service why not do the right thing by your clients and enrol in our
course and learn how to perform the service properly?
Cosmetic Tattooists - if you are you interested in becoming an instructor of our CT-AIVEP™ course, click here for more details. Also qualified Cosmetic Tattooists who would like to improve their standard of procedural hygiene I offer 1/2 day and full day certificated training courses that can be tailored to your needs.
Would you like to be a model for student training? Click here
For Further Information Phone: 0423 230 740
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