Our Tattoo Removal prepares you on how to properly assess a tattoo and deliver accurate information and obtainable results to the patient. Client consultation is imperative. This service is in high demand, however, the practitioner MUST be skilled in patient interaction while helping their client reach their desired outcome.
TLATA takes pride in our in-depth curriculum and advanced training techniques. We feel it is crucial for the practitioner to have a thorough understanding of the technology being used. We won’t just show you how to use the machine — we will also teach you the mechanics behind the technology. Unlike most training facilities, we encourage our students to learn machine settings and how to properly clean and maintain the equipment.
- Course Description
What Devices Will I Train On?
Different lasers (wavelengths) are attracted and absorbed into certain colors. The technology behind Tattoo Removal is changing rapidly, however, there is not one wavelength that treats every color at 100% success.
1064nm Nd: YAG
This wavelength of laser light is best suited for dark blue or black ink. It also moderately treats light blue and green ink pigments. This laser is the safest wavelength to use on all skin colors and poses the least risk for tissue damage.
This wavelength of laser light is best suited for red and orange tattoo ink pigments.
In this course we study how light is absorbed into the tattoos pigmentation, resulting in a gradual removal of the ink. During your training, we will teach you about consulting with your client, delivering realistic expectations, and proper pre- and post-care. Our main focus is the actual lasing of diverse locations and colors of tattoos; hands-on training is imperative to giving proper treatment. This is an intensive and advanced laser course that is not for the faint of heart.
- Subjects Covered
• Tattoo Removal Device Safety
• Laser Physics-Tissue Interaction and Color Theory
• Skin Typing
• Treatment Protocols
• Eye Protection
• Skin Reactions, Burns, Emergencies
• Post-Treatment Protocols
• Completed approved Apprentice in Training
• or under the written delegation and sponsorship of a TX Physician
• or 1 year of verifiable work experience as a Laser Technician
• Interview With an Admissions Representative
- Why Choose Us?
As the technology behind tattoo removal is rapidly changing, it is critical to be thoroughly educated in the nuances of this treatment. We pride ourselves in doing some of the most laser tattoo removal procedures in Austin. You will have thorough hands on training with new, cutting edge technology that is used for today’s stubborn ink pigments.
Our primary focus at Texas Laser & Aesthetics Training Academy (TLATA) is making you the best technician possible, and we are confident in our ability to do so. Our goal is not to get you through as quickly as possibly but to provide you the best training available, from the industries’ top technicians. We work closely with many offices around Austin & surrounding areas and will assist you in finding companies that are hiring.
How We Help You
- Personalized Resume Assistance
- Job Placement Assistance
- Access to Career Services Department
- Small class sizes to maximize learning environment
The Career Services Department is available 7 days a week to help you with building your resume & helping you find companies that are hiring. Many industry professionals recognize TLATA for providing thorough education, hands on training and small class sizes.
- Texas Laser Laws
The Tattoo Removal Course at Texas Laser & Aesthetics Training Academy includes the operation of lasers, which are Prescriptive Medical Devices + Radiation Devices. All Tattoo Removal 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
Nonsurgical Cosmetic Medical Procedures §193.17
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…
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