This 1-day manufactures machine operators training course, includes a full day of guided and supported study on underpinning knowledge and practical application of the treatments you can perform with our Tattoo removal machine, at our Training centre in Rotherham.
Alongside this course you should also complete the Grade 4 online core of knowledge which can be provided by us with the purchase of your machine.
Both these courses are required to gain insurance to provide treatments.
Our Tattoo course isn’t CPD accredited, therefore it will only benefit you if you have purchased one of our Tattoo removal machines.
Please note – It is always recommended to check with your local council the requirements for your area as some councils, such as Nottingham, Wales, Ireland and London, do require you to have Level 4 / 5 qualifications.
What you'll Learn
Anatomy of skin applying to Tattoos
How the treatment works
Client Consultation & Treatment
Medical History & Contra – indications
Drug & Herbal remedy interactions
Familiarisation with laser controls
Practise on road map before practicing on a willing volunteer
Carbon Facial treatments
Toenail fungal treatment overview
When tattoo ink is injected by the tattooist, this disruption to the tissue is interpreted by the body’s immune system as a “wound”. The foreign material of the large ink particles are first “held” by the fibroblasts and later enmeshed in collagen fibres.
Tattoo ink from a professional tattoo lies deep in the Dermis
The three main layers of the skin.
The Epidermis – the outer layer of skin
The Dermis – is where the particles of tattoo ink are deposited.
The Sub-dermal fat/collagen layer.
Laser tattoo removal breaks down the tattoo by applying intense pulses of light to the ink pigment. As ink absorbs this light energy, pigments break down, becoming smaller. Smaller pigments are then removed by the immune system.
Further treatments possible using your Tattoo removal laser that will be covered on the training day.
Carbon Facial treatments –
Nail fungal treatments
The purpose of a Q-switch – how it works.
A “Q-Switch” is an electronic device for creating very short pulses of light
By using a Q-switch the laser energy is delivered in a very short pulse
The energy is absorbed so quickly in the tattoo ink that if the energy setting is correct the tattoo ink rapidly expands and “explodes”
The ink is mechanically broken down into fragments
The small fragments are able to pass between the fibres holding the tattoo
These fragments are removed by the body’s immune system
Semi-permanent make up.
Removal of lip liner
Removal of Semi-permanent brows
Client Medication that interferes
Client consent forms
The risks explained
How to overcome any risks.
Student practical – firstly you will practice on a road map and printed images. Then if we have a willing volunteer, you will practice on a live model under the strict supervision of a teacher.