Course Dates 2020
Course offered 7 days a week 9AM to 8PM
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- Course Description
Is this course for me?
Do you love laser hair removal? Are you really good at it? Time to show off. The Senior Licensing program puts you in the driver’s seat; you’ll be able to supervise and instruct students who are on the path to becoming licensed technicians and shadow the instructors who have been in the game for a while. This program looks a lot like Technician, except you are no longer performing treatments, you’re supervising the students that are. Our instructors will let you take over, but no worries, they’ll still be there! We will walk you through what it looks like to instruct and instruct well.
Who can take this program?
The Senior course is for individuals who are already licensed technicians looking to step up their game.
Why become a Senior Technician?
Having the title of Senior Technician gives you a competitive advantage when applying for jobs, and vastly widens your employment opportunities. Hey, it could even get you a promotion where you already work. After our students complete this program, many go on to become trainers or supervisors- positions that generally come with higher pay. Apart from that, every Laser Hair Removal facility legally must have one appointed Laser Safety Officer, and this person must have their Senior License, and this person could be you.
The Senior Laser Hair Removal training course is offered 6-days a week, including Saturdays. The program requires supervising 100 body sites to obtain a Senior Laser Hair Removal Technician license. It is estimated that this supervision of 100-body sites will take 20-40 working hours to complete. This is dependent on the skill level and availability of the student. We provide the patients; facility and lasers-you just show and train for your new profession!
Due to the small class sizes, it is the student’s responsibility to sign up for their internship hours and they must do so at least 7 days in advance. After the first day of training, the student has 12 weeks to complete their 100 body-sites.
- Subjects Covered
• Supervision of Patient Consultation
• Supervision of Medical Charting
• Supervision and Approval of Laser Settings
• Supervision of the Delivery of Pre & Post Laser Hair Removal Instructions to Each Patient
• Machine Maintenance and General Troubleshooting
• Certified Laser Hair Removal Technician
• 18 Years of Age
• Present Proof of Secondary Education Completion (high school or college diploma/transcript or GED certificate)
• Interview With an Admissions Representative
- Why Choose Us?
At Texas Laser & Aesthetics Training Academy (TLATA) our primary focus is making you the best Senior Laser Hair Removal Technician possible, and we are confident in our ability to do so. We work closely with our Seniors in Training while they help us Instruct our Laser Technician Students. 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 and 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
• Internship positions available for Alumni
Our Career Services Department is available Monday-Friday 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.
Only TLATA Offers Additional Training At No Cost:
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
All treatments at TLATA are in compliance with the Texas Department of State and Health Services-Title 25 Texas Administrative Code 289.302 and Texas Medical Board – Rule 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…