Course Tuition $1200
Downloadable Training Materials Include:
- Consultation Form
- Consent Forms
- Pre & Post Treatment Care
- Treatment Record
- Treatment Room Setup
- List of Reference Materials
- TLATA Training Manual
- Jan 18
- Feb 15
- March 14
- April 18
- May 16
- June 13
- July 18
- Course Description
Radio Frequency Skin Tightening, Cavitation
Option to purchase equipment and products.
In this one day training course, we will cover the innovative technology behind skin tightening and cellulite reduction using Radio Frequency, Cavitation & Skin Tightening Techniques. Radio frequency not only firms and tightens the skin, but can also help to melt cellulite, burn fat and produce collagen. During the theory portion of the class we will go over the physics of radio frequency, the different delivery mechanisms and how they can alter the treatments efficacy. Training will include working side by side with a Professional Aesthetician/ Technician who specializes in Body Contouring. The instructors will be working closely with each student, giving patients in-depth consultations, explaining how the treatment works and the number of treatments needed to melt fat or tighten skin eliminate Cellulite and Fascia. This is an intensive hands-on training program. You will be charting the treatments as well as reviewing the pre and post care instructions with the patients and ensuring they leave informed. By the end of the course our goal for you is to feel confident in your skills and knowledge with Body Contouring, more marketable as a technician and employee.
Prior to taking our one-day (RF) Radio Frequency Skin Tightening class, no previous education is required. Although having a laser hair removal or esthetic license is extremely helpful, it is not required by the state of Texas. We highly recommend completing the Apprentice in Training Program and Laser Hair Removal Technician Course before moving on to Radio Frequency Skin Tightening. The Apprentice and Technician course gives the student a registered license through the Texas Department of Health Services along with hands on laser experience. Being comfortable with the machine your using is crucial for building confidence as a practitioner and makes you much more marketable to employers.
- Why Choose Us?
We have two main focuses. Our primary focus is making you the best technician possible, and we are confident in our ability to do so. The second is job placement. 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 and medical/laser representatives around Austin & surrounding areas and will assist you in finding companies that are hiring. There are no guarantees and ultimately employment is up to you. Check out our reviews on Facebook and Yelp for feedback from your graduates.
Our Career Services Department is available 5 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 skin tightening and cellulite reduction machines we use are Class II devices and require no state license to operate or own. No medical director is required. Some radio frequency and cellulite reduction devices go into the deepest layers of the dermis tissue and this requires a physician to administer these treatments. They also require heavy sedatives numbing agents.
The machines we train on are some of the most current and advanced technology found in dermatology and medical offices.
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…