FUNDAMENTAL TRAINING COURSE
FOR PERMANENT COSMETICS

Our Fundamental Training Course includes:

  • 100 hours classroom instruction, lecture, power point and video presentations, manual study, machine practice and hands on practical experience.
  • Training Manuals and Supplemental Information
  • SPCP Educational Books
  • Permanent Cosmetics Starter Kit:
  • Coil Machine with power supply
  • Pigments, Machine supplies
  • Practice pad
  • Your choice of one permanent cosmetic procedure that you desire, eyebrows, eyeliner or   lip liner
  • Student completes client consultation and actual procedures to post care
  • Full hands-on experience, minimum of eight (8) procedures
  • Student/teacher ratio is one to one for hands on practical
  • Up to one year continued support via email, telephone or in office
  • A rewarding new skill taught by a highly regarded professional
  • Certificate of Completion awarded after passing of final exam

Course Instructor: Ani Alvarez, CPCP and SPCP Approved Trainer

Class Location: Beauty & Beyond, Permanent Cosmetics and Full Service Salon, Columbia, MO. 65203

Course Tuition: $6,995.00

Deposit Required: $1000.00 Deposit required. The remaining balance is due on or before the first day of class.

This Fundamental Training Course for Permanent Cosmetics shall include a total of one hundred (100) hours of classroom lecture, instruction, power point and video presentations, manual study, machine practice, and hands on practical experience. In this Course you will have performed a minimum of eight (8) permanent cosmetic procedures to include eyebrows, eyeliner and/or lip liner. The permanent cosmetics class textbook and workbook, and SPCP Esthetics Book, will be mailed to student for pre-study prior to beginning of their class which will account for thirty-five (35) hours of study.  Onsite training classes will begin at 8:30 a.m. each day and end by 6:30 pm.  There will be a one hour lunch break as well as mid-morning and mid-afternoon short breaks.  Students are expected to arrive each day by 8:25 am.

  • Code of Ethics
  • History
  • Skin
  • Color Theory
  • Sterilization and Sanitation
  • Standard and Safety Control Measures/Technician Safety
  • Equipment
  • Introduction to equipment and supplies
  • Essential equipment required for professional set up and proper handling
  • Machine maintenance
  • Needles, tubes and their uses
  • Client Management
  • Consultations and procedure appointments
  • Photography of procedures
  • Pain Management
  • Follow up appointments
  • Forms: Client History (Medical info), Consent, After Care, Client Chart
  • Applications:
    • Eyeliner (instructed, observe, hands on experience)
    • Eyebrows (instructed, observe, hands on experience)
    • Lip Liner (instructed, observe, hands on experience)
    • Full Lip Color (explained, but not taught in Fundamental Course)
  • Marketing and Developing Your Business
  • How to market your profession and yourself
  • Presenting a professional image
  • Managing time and finances
  • Creating a need for your services
  • Legal Requirements
  • Insurance/ Liability
  • Industry Societies
  • Final Overall Review
  • Written Exam

Day One:

  • Tour of facility
  • Pre-Class Orientation (review SPCP textbook,  training materials, credit hours, OSHA BBP, etc)
  • Introduction and Objective
  • Who Chooses Micropigmentation
  • Code of Ethics/Professional Ethics
  • History and Development
  • Facts About Permanent Cosmetics – Section 1
  • Bacteriology/Sterilization & Sanitation
  • Standard and Safety Control Measures
  • Health & Safety – Sections 4-5  POWERPOINT  – Safety in the Workplace
  • Discuss everything/demonstrate/explain/show sharps, barrier, gloves, etc; building codes, State inspections; OSHA Exposure Control Plan
  • LUNCH HOUR
  • Work Place Set Up
  • Procedure Set Up/Clean Up
  • Equipment – Section 2 
  • Show all equipment types/explain; Coil Machine handout
  • Needles & Uses – Section 3
  • Show all needle groupings/explain
  • ASSIGN HOMEWORK – SPCP textbook chapter reviews

Day Two:

  • Techniques/Procedure Applications
  • Stretching Techniques – Section 18 (and demonstrate)
  • POWERPOINT – Mind Over Matter
  • Pain Management & Anesthesia – Section 19
  • POWERPOINT – Proper Use of Anesthetics
  • The Skin
  • Anatomy of the Skin – Sections 6
  • Discuss epidermis, dermis, hypodermis/show charts
  • Medical Issues – Section 22-23
  • DVD’s – Disease Control, Risky Business
  • The Healing Skin – Sections 20
  • LUNCH HOUR
  • Identification of Skin Undertones – Section 13
  • Fitzpatrick Skin Types – Section 14
  • POWERPOINT – Skin Undertones
  • Pigments
  • Selecting Pigments – Section 16
  • POWERPOINT – Selecting Pigments
  • Discusss /show pigments, how to see undertone of pigment;
  • Introduce Coil Machine, color implant techniques,  DVD Sandra’s Ink
  • Practice Time w/Coil Machine
  • ASSIGN HOMEWORK – Machine practice; SPCP textbook chapter reviews

Day Three:

  • Facial Morphology – Section 17
  • Introduction to Procedures – Section 18
  • POWERPOINT – Different Slant to Eyebrows
  • POWERPOINT – Eyeliner Procedures
  • POWERPOINT – Lip liner & Lip Liner Shading
  • LUNCH HOUR
  • Color Theory
  • Traditional & Permanent Cosmetic Color Theory – Section 15
  • POWERPOINT – Permanent Cosmetic Color Theory
  • Review of Color Wheel
  • POWERPOINT – Color Refreshers, Adjustments and Corrections
  • Client Forms, Client Preparation, Client Expectations
  • Business Procedures
  • Review Photography – Section 12
  • Practice Time w/Coil Machine
  • ASSIGN HOMEWORK – Machine practice; SPCP textbook chapter reviews

Day Four:

  • Review of Color Theory
  • POWERPOINT – What’s My Eyebrow Color
  • DVD – Shape of Permanent Beauty
  • Client Management – SPCP Client Management book
  • DVD – Sandra Dutchuk  Coil Machine and Linear Tap Tat
  • LUNCH HOUR
  • Student Practice of Procedures
  • Preparation for Hands on Practical
  • ASSIGN HOMEWORK – Machine practice; SPCP textbook chapter reviews 

Day Five:

  • Trainer Conducted Procedures for student observation
  • Student Conducted Hands On Procedures – 3 models
  • Review of all procedures conducted
  • ASSIGN HOMEWORK – Machine practice; SPCP textbook chapter reviews

Day Six:

  • Discussion of Day Five procedures
  • Student Conducted Hands On Procedures – 3 models
  • Review of all procedures conducted
  • (Lunch on premises, short breaks in between client procedures)
  • ASSIGN HOMEWORK – Machine practice; SPCP textbook chapter reviews

Day Seven:

  • Discussion of Day Six procedures
  • Student Conducted Hands On Procedures – 3 models
  • Review of all procedures conducted
  • (Lunch on premises, short breaks in between client procedures)
  • ASSIGN HOMEWORK – Machine practice; SPCP textbook chapter reviews

Day Eight:

  • Discussion of Day Seven procedures
  • Overall Review
  • Student Performance Evaluations
  • Business Setup
  • LUNCH HOUR
  • Starting Your Business/Marketing
  • Liability Insurance
  • Permanent Cosmetic Professional Organizations
  • Final Written Exam
  • Post Class Support Discussion

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Phone: (573) 447-0272 
Email: pmubyanialvarez@gmail.com

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