Tattoo Removal Course

Who is this course for?

  • Firstly, anyone interested in Tattoo Removal.
  • Anyone wanting to start a new Tattoo Removal business.
  • People who already work within a laser clinic and would like to expand their skill set.
  • Last but not least, businesses wishing to add extra revenue to their clinic.

Prerequisite:

Laser Safety Certificate

You will be required to provide the original or a certified copy of your certificate.
The below link will take you to a website to complete your laser safety online training.
https://www.lasersafetycourse.com.au/

Tattoo Removal Course Information

Hands-on Training Curriculum

Laser-Tattoff believes that the most effective way to learn how to do laser tattoo removal,
is to actually do it!
Our course features a significant hands-on training section
This will reinforce and introduce didactic subjects.
Some of the topics covered during the tattoo removal training include:

Assessing Tattoos
Treatment Protocols
Laser Physics
Laser Safety and Compliance
Patient Care and Processing
Clinic Marketing

This course provides an in-depth understanding and knowledge of all aspects of Tattoo Removal.
During this course, we will cover:

  • Laser science and physiological process behind the removal of tattoos.
  • Client consultation, designing treatment programs and providing the treatment.
  • Pre and post care, as well as possible complications you may be faced with.
  • We are a training institution that can tailor a small package to suit your staff .
  • We have the educational background and experience from working within the industry.

Subjects that will be covered include:

  • Laser Safety Protocols
  • Maintaining Infection Control Standards
  • Tissue interactions during Tattoo Removal Treatments
  • Differences in Laser Technology within Tattoo Removal
  • Client Consultation
  • Complications and hard to treat tattoos
  • Hygiene and sterilisations
  • Equipment setup and operation
  • Laser techniques
  • Contraindications
  • Application of Topical anaesthetic creams
  • Aftercare

In addition to what you can learn during the training sessions, students will also be enjoying the following perks:

  • Supplies and materials will be provided by the college.
  • You will be trained using medical grade equipment
  • Small class sizes to guarantee a personal and student focused training session to suit individual learning.
  • For salons, we can offer a maximum of 5 students per class.
  • Access to ongoing support from your trainer once your course has been completed.
  • Student discounts on our products and tools.

Last but not least:
After successfully gaining your qualification we will provide up to 12 months mentorship.

Delivery:

The course is conducted face to face:
Theory and practical assessments will be undertaken.

Cost:

$2,000 – Includes all training material and practical activities.

Length of Course:

Two days of theory and practical application.
Most days are 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Course includes:

  • Comprehensive training manual
  • Theory and Practical Components
  • Ongoing mentoring and support.
  • Certificate on completion

Dates:

Please contact us for selected dates.

How can I pay for the course?

Payments can be made via Credit/Debit Card (Visa, MasterCard), as well as PayPal.

Please call us to arrange payment.

Call: 0432054650

 

 

November 26 2021 Posted at 11:25 pm

Does it Hurt to get a Tattoo Removed?

For one reason or another, people tend to get rid of their tattoos. There are also some who say that removing tattoos is painful. So, is tattoo removal painful? Many may wonder about it because they are thinking about getting rid of their tattoos but feel apprehensive about having tattoos removed.

So, is tattoo removal painful? The answer is yes.

How Much Does Tattoo Removal Hurt?

Tattoo removal through a laser is quite painful. However, when you work with a highly trained, experienced technician, the pain may feel no worse than a rubber band slapping your hand.

The level of pain also depends on other factors. These factors include the following:

  • The tattoo’s size

The larger the tattoo, the more pain you will go through.

  • The linework’s darkness and thickness

If the linework is thin and dark, you won’t have to use as much intensity to remove the tattoo. The thinner and darker the linework is, the less the pain will be. The lighter the color, the more technicians have to use light from the laser to distribute it accordingly.

  • The ink colors used

The easiest color to remove is black. As previously mentioned, the lighter the color, the more technicians have to use light from the laser to distribute it accordingly.

  • The Tattoo’s age

Removals of older tattoos don’t hurt as much as newer ones. The reason is that some ink has already vanished. So, the removal of it requires less intensity and less time than it would for newer tattoos.

  • The number of sessions used

Factors, such as the colors, style of linework, and colors, determine the number of sessions required.

  • The location of the tattoo

There are some body parts where the tattoo removal hurts the least. Areas where there is more meat, tend to hurt less. These areas have more muscle mass and fat, which serves as a buffer to limit the level of pain. These areas could be the biceps, calves, thighs, calves, front of the thighs, shoulders, and more.

The body parts that will hurt the most are where the skin is closer to the bone. Tattoo removal of the fingers or the ankle is one great example of this. Other areas that would hurt the most include areas where these parts have a hard time resting. For instance, it’s impossible or hard for your ankle to move and thus rest easily on the bed. Some of the more painful body parts for tattoo removal are as follows:

  • The joints
  • The ribs and sternum
  • The fingers and feet
  • The area around the armpit.
  • The head.

There is more sensitivity with these body parts because the skin is closer to the bone. Also, other areas mentioned above would hurt the most where these parts have a hard time resting comfortably, like trying to rest your head on your headboard or reclining back in a recliner.

  • Your pain tolerance level

This factor may apply to some people who may not have that much tolerance in one area or another area due to an accident or for another reason. Say, for instance, a person has a tattoo on the back that he/she wants to remove, but that person has encountered an accident that negatively affected his/her back. Even if the tattoo on the back is old, this person may still experience more pain than the average person would when getting a tattoo removed from the back.

Conclusion

So, is tattoo removal painful? The answer is yes, but the level of pain depends on different factors, as mentioned above.

For more information, contact Laser Tattoff. Located in Narellan, Australia, this professional team of experts has been providing top-notch tattoo removal services for several years. They are one of the best laser tattoo removal clinics in the South West area of Sydney. They also have been recognized by some prestigious agencies for their work, and they have medical personnel as well to ensure top-notch safety. You’ll be in superb hands working with them, so contact them today!