Laser and Light Training for Manufacturers, Distributors …
clinical practical environment,
multi-platform lasers & IPL systems.
Many companies involved in the supply chain of Laser & Light equipment, extending to aesthetic devices, such as Bi-polar, Multi-polar RF, Microdermabrasion and Dermal Needling, are beginning the voluntary adherence to new training standards. While it is expected by 2020, a minimum accredited training of Level 4 will become mandatory. ATAI offer a cost-effective accredited training model to support the changing industry.
Salespeople often directly consult with the end user and as such the directives of a minimum training level feed into the need for the industry to provide a higher level of professionalism due to the nature of aesthetic machines. ATAI can train your team to an accredited Level 4 and 5 standard.
ATAI have put together a specific course structure aimed at the manufacturer and distributor sector. Based on the Level 4 ITEC Laser & Light course and extended to facilitate the Laser & Light Core of Knowledge. Depending on the requirements of the brand we can tailor the course to suit the technology of the company. ATAI provides an entirely different training model to any other provider in Ireland. Case studies are performed in combination with pre-screened models and using the correct treatment protocols and technology for each case study. That is unique in Ireland and provides the learner with much-needed hands-on experience that theory alone cannot afford.
We provide a comprehensive course structure designed to give an in-depth understanding thus providing an educational position for the companies staff.
The Syllabus includes:
- Skin Rejuvenation
- Vein Removal
- Hair Removal
- Electromagnetic Radiation
- Types of Light Emitted from IPL and Laser Systems
- Skin Cooling Systems
- Health & Safety
- Structure and Function of Skin and Hair
- Consultation Procedure
- Case Study Work
- Laser hazard classification
- Meaning of associated warning labels
- Principles of quality assurance
- Emission characteristics of different types of equipment
- Laser‐tissue interaction mechanisms
- Penetration of light of different wavelengths through skin and eye
- Dangers of central versus peripheral retinal damage
- Hazards to eye and skin from accidental exposure
- The concept of Maximum Permissible Exposure and Nominal Ocular Hazard Distance
- Principles of risk assessment
- Risks associated with unintentional reflections
- Personal protection measures including eye protection
Our college is easily accessible located in Swords Co Dublin. Currently, class size is a maximum of 10, if you have larger requirements, please contact us, and we can discuss the best way to suit your needs.
On-site and in college brand specific training
All insurance companies currently require, after the sale of equipment to provide training based on the machine purchased. ATAI can offer an onsite training service for your equipment, please contact us, and we will design a specific training package suiting your needs.
Text: ATAI on 08 3890 1511 Tel: 01 524 1511