Essential Academic Training
The informational education segment will equip you with the knowledge and information that every expert laser tattoo removal practitioner should know. Students will cover a variety of topics including laser safety, laser protocols, laser physics, the history of tattoo removal, how to assess a tattoo, clinic operations, treating different skin types, marketing and business operations, and much more. Not only will students learn how to perform laser tattoo removal, but you’ll also be equipped with essential business and marketing training that emphasizes how to attract tattoo removal patients, how to operate a tattoo removal business (both new and existing ventures), and ultimately profit with tattoo removal.
Extensive Hands-On Training
The hands-on segment gives students the opportunity to practice using the laser on real, live patients. We assemble a diverse pool of volunteer patients with different skin types and tattoos to give our students the most comprehensive learning opportunities for different treatment scenarios. All treatments are performed under the supervision and guidance of Minnesota Brow’s expert tattoo removal staff. Staff members will monitor and instruct each treatment carefully to help you confidently deliver the best treatments possible.
Laser Tattoo Removal Certifications
The students will receive two laser tattoo removal certifications upon completion of training. These certifications will recognize your laser tattoo removal training and also make you an authoritative laser tattoo removal practitioner in your community. Patients who see these certifications will know they are being treated by a professional laser tattoo removal expert.
Certified Laser Specialist (CLS) Certification
The CLS certification attests to the in-depth knowledge of laser tattoo removal and experience you gained through the Minnesota Brow Lash Studio & Academy. This includes your understanding of procedural factors including, but not limited to laser physics, laser-skin interaction, risk factors, proper aftercare, contraindications, skin and tattoo assessment, and more. This also serves as evidence of the extensive hands-on training you performed on real patients.
Laser Safety Officer (LSO) Certification
The LSO certification verifies your comprehension of Class IV medical laser risks. This includes your understanding of laser fundamentals including, but not limited to laser optics, laser classifications, laser control, standards and reporting, non-direct beam hazards, and more. Both the CLS and LSO certifications are required in many states in order for a technician to operate a laser.