INTENSE PULSED LIGHT PHOTO-FACIAL TRAINING COURSE

Intense Pulsed Light Photo-Facial Training Course 2017-11-15T17:33:24+00:00

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Course Tuition $995

Course Dates

  • November 10th-11th
  • December 7th-8th
  • January 10th-11th
  • February 14th-15th
  • March 14th-15th
  • April 11th-12th
  • May 9th-10th
  • June 13th-14th

Experience counts and we plan on sharing our extensive years of aesthetics knowledge with you. Trained by the inventor of Photo-Facial™, Dr. Patrick Bitters Senior, our instructor and curriculum developer was amongst the first practitioners in Texas to offer Intense Pulsed Light, (IPL) Photo-Facial™ treatments to the public.

Course Length:

2 Days, 8-Hours each day

10am-6pm

Our IPL class is held once a month and it consists of two eight-hour days with patients to optimize your training and give you the most hands on experience.  If our scheduled training dates do not work with your schedule, we try our best to accommodate a private course (2 student minimum per private class)

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.

  • Esthetician or Laser Hair Removal License
  • 18 Years of Age or Older
  • Valid Photo Identification
  • Interview With an Admissions Representative

Have a big job interview coming up? Or would you just simply like more training? If for any reason you need to come back for more training, you are more than welcome to at no additional cost. This is called our “Refresher Course.” This entitles you to one additional day. That is how much your success means to us.

We are training on Class 3b and IV devices. Texas Medical Board requires all class3b & IV lasers be used only under the direction and delegation of a Medical Director.

NEW LEGISLATION FROM THE TEXAS MEDICAL BOARD – Title 22-Rule 193.17

  • The operator of an intense pulsed light machine must receive formalized training before operating the device. This training must include hands on.
  • A written order (prescription) must be written by either a Physician or Midlevel practitioner (Physicians Assistant or Nurse Practitioner) before the treatment begins
  • The practitioner writing the order also must have formalized training in the procedure.

Our medical staff has prescreened all of our patients/models that you will be training on. All treatments at TLATA are in compliance with Texas Medical Board and Texas Health Department rules and regulations.

Though not required by law, Texas Laser & Aesthetics Training Academy (TLATA) requires that each individual taking the IPL program have a Laser Hair Removal Technician License.

Course Description

Experience counts and we plan on sharing our extensive years of aesthetics knowledge with you. Trained by the inventor of Photo-Facial™, Dr. Patrick Bitters Senior, our instructor and curriculum developer was amongst the first practitioners in Texas to offer Intense Pulsed Light, (IPL) Photo-Facial™ treatments to the public.

Course Length:

2 Days, 8-Hours each day

10am-6pm

Our IPL class is held once a month and it consists of two eight-hour days with patients to optimize your training and give you the most hands on experience.  If our scheduled training dates do not work with your schedule, we try our best to accommodate a private course (2 student minimum per private class)

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
  • Esthetician or Laser Hair Removal License
  • 18 Years of Age or Older
  • Valid Photo Identification
  • Interview With an Admissions Representative
Why Choose Us?

Have a big job interview coming up? Or would you just simply like more training? If for any reason you need to come back for more training, you are more than welcome to at no additional cost. This is called our “Refresher Course.” This entitles you to one additional day. That is how much your success means to us.

Texas Laser Laws

We are training on Class 3b and IV devices. Texas Medical Board requires all class3b & IV lasers be used only under the direction and delegation of a Medical Director.

NEW LEGISLATION FROM THE TEXAS MEDICAL BOARD – Title 22-Rule 193.17

  • The operator of an intense pulsed light machine must receive formalized training before operating the device. This training must include hands on.
  • A written order (prescription) must be written by either a Physician or Midlevel practitioner (Physicians Assistant or Nurse Practitioner) before the treatment begins
  • The practitioner writing the order also must have formalized training in the procedure.

Our medical staff has prescreened all of our patients/models that you will be training on. All treatments at TLATA are in compliance with Texas Medical Board and Texas Health Department rules and regulations.

Though not required by law, Texas Laser & Aesthetics Training Academy (TLATA) requires that each individual taking the IPL program have a Laser Hair Removal Technician License.