• An apprentice is a student who has already completed their basic training and received their certification, either with us or with another school, and is working toward their full licensure. 
  •  An apprenticeship is the opportunity to put that training into practice on live models.  Each apprentice is given a licensed Supervisor who can assist in helping them perfect the skills they have been trained on.
  • In order to become a licensed tattoo artist in Minnesota, the State requires 200 hours of actual pigment implementation into skin (tattooing), under a licensed supervisor. These 200 hours are your apprenticeship.

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