INTENSE PULSED LIGHT PHOTO-FACIAL TRAINING COURSE

Intense Pulsed Light Photo-Facial Training Course2018-11-26T16:24:49+00:00

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Course Tuition $1000

Downloadable Training Materials Include:

  • Consultation Form
  • Contraindications
  • Consent Forms
  • Pre-& Post Care-Patient Instructions
  • Treatment Record/Documentation
  • Treatment Room Setup + Supplies
  • Federal + State Laws & Regulations

Course Dates

  • November 26th-27th 
  • December 19th
  • January 19th 
  • February 16th
  • March 16th
  • April 20th 
  • May 11th
  • June 15th
  • July 20th

Course Description

We prepare the student by providing the theory, downloadable materials and hands on training to operate Intense Pulsed Light medical devices safely and effectively. We place a strong emphasis on light and tissue absorption, focusing on the multiple modalities this powerful technology offers.

  • Private courses available for groups of 4 or more
  • We travel for free within a 60 miles radius of Austin, TX

Current Training Inventory

Syneron/Candela: elōs Plus
Alma: DyeVL

Treatment models have been pre screened and approved to treat the following conditions:

  • Pigmented Lesions (sun spots)
  • Broken Capillaries
  • Rosacea
  • Uneven Skin Tone

Course Outline: 10am-6pm

 

  • 10am-11:45   Theory
  • 11:45-12pm   Break
  • 12pm-1:30     Theory
  • 1:30-2:00       Lunch
  • 2pm-3pm       Patient Model
  • 3pm-4pm       Patient Model
  • 4pm-4:15       Break
  • 4:15-5:15       Patient Model
  • 5:15-6pm       Patient Documentation

 

 

 

 

Theory: 

  • Patient Care and IPL Treatment Protocols
  • Patient Consultation
  • Proper Skin Type
  • Pre and Post Care

Hands On:

  • Patient Consultation
  • Room Setup
  • IPL Settings
  • IPL Technique

The most important part of a safe and effective IPL treatment is properly Skin Typing the client. Having a thorough understanding of geography, energy, wavelengths, pulse duration and thermal relaxation time is imperative when operating a light source.

IPL is a non-ablative light source that uses non-coherent light. These wavelengths are specifically customized to reach their target: pigmentation, and hemoglobin. (Red and brown) On the correct skin type, this treatment can eliminate brown spots on the face, dark hair and broken capillaries. It is one of the most successful treatments when removing unwanted pigmentation (brown spots), brightening skin tone, and improving overall clarity and uneven tone.

The Intense Pulsed Light Course is intended for students who desire and understand the requirements to operate only under the delegation of a Medical Professional. (Physician, Nurse Practitioner or Physicians Assistant)

Prerequisites Include:

  • 18 Years of Age or Older
  • Valid Photo Identification
  • Interview with an Admissions Representative
  • Medical Professional or under the written delegation and sponsorship of a TX Physician or
  • Completed approved Apprentice in Training  course and seeking advanced training or
  • 1 year of verifiable work experience as a Laser Technician

 

There are many unique qualities with the education and experience you will receive at Texas Laser & Aesthetics Training Academy. We prepare the student by providing the theory, downloadable materials and hands on training to operate safely and effectively.

Downloadable Patient Intake + Treatment Templates that may be utilized for private use

Hands on portion of training in a clinical setting

Thorough compliance and links to relevant State and Federal Laws

Texas Department of State and Health Services §289.301

Nonsurgical Cosmetic Medical Procedures §193.17

FDA Medical Device Reporting Laws  

The Intense Pulsed Light Course at Texas Laser & Aesthetics Training Academy includes the operation of Radiation Emitting Devices, which are Prescriptive Medical Devices + Radiation Devices.  All Intense Pulsed Light services comply with TX State and Federal Laws.

Texas Laws & Regulations

Nonsurgical Cosmetic Medical Procedures §193.17

Texas Department of State and Health Services §289.301

Federal Laws & Regulations

FDA Medical Device Reporting Requirements

Course Description

Course Description

We prepare the student by providing the theory, downloadable materials and hands on training to operate Intense Pulsed Light medical devices safely and effectively. We place a strong emphasis on light and tissue absorption, focusing on the multiple modalities this powerful technology offers.

  • Private courses available for groups of 4 or more
  • We travel for free within a 60 miles radius of Austin, TX

Current Training Inventory

Syneron/Candela: elōs Plus
Alma: DyeVL

Treatment models have been pre screened and approved to treat the following conditions:

  • Pigmented Lesions (sun spots)
  • Broken Capillaries
  • Rosacea
  • Uneven Skin Tone

Course Outline: 10am-6pm

 

  • 10am-11:45   Theory
  • 11:45-12pm   Break
  • 12pm-1:30     Theory
  • 1:30-2:00       Lunch
  • 2pm-3pm       Patient Model
  • 3pm-4pm       Patient Model
  • 4pm-4:15       Break
  • 4:15-5:15       Patient Model
  • 5:15-6pm       Patient Documentation

 

 

 

 

Subjects Covered

Theory: 

  • Patient Care and IPL Treatment Protocols
  • Patient Consultation
  • Proper Skin Type
  • Pre and Post Care

Hands On:

  • Patient Consultation
  • Room Setup
  • IPL Settings
  • IPL Technique

The most important part of a safe and effective IPL treatment is properly Skin Typing the client. Having a thorough understanding of geography, energy, wavelengths, pulse duration and thermal relaxation time is imperative when operating a light source.

IPL is a non-ablative light source that uses non-coherent light. These wavelengths are specifically customized to reach their target: pigmentation, and hemoglobin. (Red and brown) On the correct skin type, this treatment can eliminate brown spots on the face, dark hair and broken capillaries. It is one of the most successful treatments when removing unwanted pigmentation (brown spots), brightening skin tone, and improving overall clarity and uneven tone.

Prerequisites

The Intense Pulsed Light Course is intended for students who desire and understand the requirements to operate only under the delegation of a Medical Professional. (Physician, Nurse Practitioner or Physicians Assistant)

Prerequisites Include:

  • 18 Years of Age or Older
  • Valid Photo Identification
  • Interview with an Admissions Representative
  • Medical Professional or under the written delegation and sponsorship of a TX Physician or
  • Completed approved Apprentice in Training  course and seeking advanced training or
  • 1 year of verifiable work experience as a Laser Technician

 

Why Choose Us?

There are many unique qualities with the education and experience you will receive at Texas Laser & Aesthetics Training Academy. We prepare the student by providing the theory, downloadable materials and hands on training to operate safely and effectively.

Downloadable Patient Intake + Treatment Templates that may be utilized for private use

Hands on portion of training in a clinical setting

Thorough compliance and links to relevant State and Federal Laws

Texas Department of State and Health Services §289.301

Nonsurgical Cosmetic Medical Procedures §193.17

FDA Medical Device Reporting Laws  

Laws & Regulations

The Intense Pulsed Light Course at Texas Laser & Aesthetics Training Academy includes the operation of Radiation Emitting Devices, which are Prescriptive Medical Devices + Radiation Devices.  All Intense Pulsed Light services comply with TX State and Federal Laws.

Texas Laws & Regulations

Nonsurgical Cosmetic Medical Procedures §193.17

Texas Department of State and Health Services §289.301

Federal Laws & Regulations

FDA Medical Device Reporting Requirements

Every individual who applies for a license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (“the Department”) is subject to a criminal background check to determine his or her suitability for the license. In 2009, the Texas Legislature enacted new provisions to allow a person to find out before applying whether he or she would likely be denied a license due to his or her criminal history. This was due to the time and expense involved in applying for a license, which in some cases includes completing required education and taking an examination. See Section 51.4012 and Chapter 53, Subchapter D, of the Occupations Code, which allow a person to request a criminal history evaluation letter from the Department, prior to actually applying for a license…

 

https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/crimHistoryEval.htm