Fundamental Training & Advanced Training

Presented by Paula Becker from Lasting Impressions

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

The principle trainer, Paula Becker, has been involved in the field of Beauty therapy SINCE 1991 and is an accredited trainer for 23 years and has completed approximately 1500 hours of training each year.

HER QUALIFICATIONS

  • CIDESCO
  • MHBth (Potchefstroom academy)
  • SAIBTH 1992
  • Permanent make-up inc. Fundamental – from Tammy Nguyen – 1995
  • Permanent make-up inc. Advanced – USA – 1996
  • Permanent make-up inc. Train the Trainer – USA – 1999
  • SPCP member – member no. 042641 – USA
  • PAB Accreditation
  • SAASHP Registered
  • Assessors course – 2006
  • Moderators course – 2007
  • PCASA Board Member since 2012
  • PCASA – President
  • CPCP – Qualified
  • SPCP – Member (USA)
  • NPM International master class on HFS treatments – AREOLA reconstruction and SHADED EYELINER technique by Mosha Alul – 2016
  • INDELIBELiner Workshop in Gloss & Go Lips, Ombre Brows, and 3D Hairstroke Eyebrows – 2016
  • Accredited PhiBrows MicroBlading Artist by Branko Babic Microblading Academy – 2016
  • PHIBROWS Artist
  • Monica Ivani Advanced Masterclass Feathered Hairstroke Brows – 2017
  • Biotek Advance Ombre Brows, Aquarelle Lips & Stardust Eyeliner – 2018

Training Dates

Training Dates 2019

21 – 25 January 2019 (Cape Town)

11 – 15 February 2019 (Pretoria)

11 – 15 March 2019 (Pretoria)

8 – 12 April 2019 (Cape Town)

3 – 7 June 2019 (Pretoria)

8 – 12 July 2019 (Pretoria)

12 – 16 August 2019 (Cape Town)

9 – 13 September 2019 (Pretoria)

Training Guidelines

The trainer is available for postgraduate support.

We pride ourselves in taking care of all our Trainees and assisting them wherever possible, as well as updating their knowledge on a continuous basis. (Once training is complete the trainer or assistant trainer will be available to you via telephone or e-mail should any queries about individuals arise).

All trainees will be able to attend extra classroom hours if necessary, if prior arrangements are made with the trainer.

Student Guidelines
  • The student must be a minimum of eighteen (18) years of age and have a High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent for the Fundamental Program.
  • The student must document fifty (50) brow and liner procedures and have completed an acceptable Fundamental training program to take the Intermediate training program. Paramedical education classes require 100 procedures.
Classroom Guidelines

Fundamental Training – Classroom Guidelines

In accordance with the regulations set by the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP) – USA

  • Each location will be maintained in a physically clean manner to prevent cross-contamination.
  • Pigments used by and provided/sold to students will be in accordance with SPCP Pigment Guidelines.
  • Pre-sterilised, single use needles and attachments are used with proper disposal of all “sharps” and soft goods. In accordance to OSHA and CDC guidelines USA.
  • The trainer may determine basic theory class size.
  • Trainers will not oversee multiple procedures simultaneously.
  • There will be hot and cold running water on site with separate bathroom facilities.
Training Guidelines
  • Only new, sterile needles will be used for each procedure; hand tools must be fully disposable (needle groupings and handles, including microblading tools).
  • Trainers will not teach the use of any tattooing device that can become contaminated and cannot be sterilized in a satisfactory manner; i.e. any part that comes in contact with pigments or body fluids must be sterile prior to use and disposable and/or able to be sterilized after use.
  • Client history/client information forms will be kept for five (5) years (or longer as required by regulators) on each model. Trainers must ensure proper follow-up for each model.
  • Each procedure taught at the Fundamental or Intermediate levels will consist of:
    • a complete procedure demonstrated by the instructor and;
    • two procedures completed by each student.
  • A complete procedure shall include client assessment, completion of client history and informed consent forms, set-up of the work area, start-to-finish procedure; clean up of the work area, and after-care instructions to the client. No shared models permitted.
  • A follow-up appointment should be scheduled after each procedure, with the recommended time for touch-up being at least four weeks (many choose six weeks).
  • Centers for Disease Control (CDC) standards (or comparable) as applicable to permanent cosmetics and OSHA guidelines (or comparable) will be mandatory in the handling of all materials relative to the procedures.
  • Pigments poured will be disposed of after each client.
  • New gloves will be worn for each client and changed when needed and for cleanup procedures. Gloves must be worn when touching clients for drawing, etc.
  • A file will be kept for each student and will include student information, an assessment of each procedure performed, model releases, photos, test copies (if one is given), and the trainer’s final student evaluation.
  • The trainer will be available for post-graduate support by email and/or telephone for one (1) full year.
  • Each trainer should be prepared to offer additional contracted hours of training as required based upon the needs of the student as a separate class.

Courses

The trainer is available for postgraduate support.

We pride ourselves in taking care of all our Trainees and assisting them wherever possible, as well as updating their knowledge on a continuous basis. (Once training is complete the will be available to you via telephone or e-mail should any queries about individuals arise).

Embroidery | Manual Technique

Fundamental & Advanced Training Course

This includes the latest techniques such as microblading, 3D Brows, hair strokes, eyebrow reshaping/contouring, natural powdered effect, lash enhancement, eyeliner, and designer eyeliner. Correctional permanent makeup, tattoo removal and much more.

Rotary Technique

Fundamental Training Course

This technique is used to create natural full lip colouring, lip liner, lip contouring, shading, highlighting, colour matching and also corrective permanent makeup. Paramedical procedures such as scar tissue repair, areola reconstruction, camouflaging related to conditions such as vitiligo.

Embroidery & Rotary Technique

Fundamental Training Course

A combination of both techniques including Rotary device and manual technique.

Training & Kits Pricelists

Important Need to Know

The trainer is available for postgraduate support.

We pride ourselves in taking care of all our Trainees and assisting them wherever possible, as well as updating their knowledge on a continuous basis. (Once training is complete the will be available to you via telephone or e-mail should any queries about individuals arise).

Fundamental Curriculum

Fundamental Training – Theory & Practical

In accordance with the regulations set by the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP) – USA.

  • Introduction to permanent cosmetics
  • Definition of permanent makeup
  • Consultation
    • Client profile
    • Medical history/information form
    • Consent forms
  • Office set-up
    • Physical setting
  • Disinfection and sterilization
    • Equipment
    • OSHA and CDC guidelines regarding bloodborne pathogens
    • Technician safety
    • Proper handling of devices, needles, and pigments
    • Sanitary measures during procedure set-up and
    • Sanitary measures during procedure clean-up
  • Client preparation
    • Pre-procedure care
    • Anesthetics
    • Physician relationships
  • Colour and pigment theory
    • Knowledge and use
    • Pigments
  • Skin anatomy
  • Machine/Device theory
  • Needles
  • Photography
  • Aftercare
  • Most Frequently asked Questions
  • Marketing
  • Advertising
  • Starting your own business
  • Evaluation
Advanced Curriculum

Intermediate/Advanced Training

In accordance with the regulations set by the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP) – USA.

At least two beginning to end complete procedures must be provided for each student. The student must document fifty (50) brow and liner procedures and have completed an acceptable Fundamental training program to take continuing/Intermediate education classes.

  • Microblading Brows
  • Ombre Brows
  • SmokeyEyeliner
  • Designer Eyeliner
  • Aquarelle Lips
Paramedical Training

Paramedical Training

In accordance with the regulations set by the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP) – USA.

Paramedical education classes may be taught to students only if the student has completed a minimum of a one-hundred (100) hour Fundamental class. And is recommended a technician/student complete 100 basic and Intermediate procedures before proceeding to Paramedical work.

  • Micro Needling
  • Scar Tissue Repair
  • Tattoo Removal
  • Areola Pigmentation
  • Camouflage
Terms & Conditions

Prices are subject to change without notice due to rand-dollar exchange. Quotes are valid for 30 days. 50% deposit at least 4 weeks prior training date to secure dates that has been booked for training and to make sure that training kit is with available when training starts. Direct deposits, credit cards or bank guaranteed cheques are acceptable as payment.

Course package includes:

    • 65 hrs hands on training;
    • 40 hrs case studies evaluation – before & after photos recorded in client card;
    • Examinations;
    • Certification after case studies is handed in;
    • All training material for theory;
    • Tea and Coffee for all trainees and models;
    • Light lunches will be served – Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements;
    • PCASA Student Membership Fee (1 year).

All trainees are required to purchase Kits for training.

  • Training consists of 10 full days – (Mon-Fri and follow-up day 3 months later)
  • The training is spread into 4 sections:
    • Section 1 – Theory (Day 1, 2 & 3)
    • Section 2 – Practical (Day 4, 5, 6 & 7)
    • Section 3 – Practical Evaluation & Theory Exam (1 Day)
    • Section 4 – 40 hours of Case Studies (in your own time)
    • Section 5 – PAB Assessment (4 Hours)
  • Trainees Kits are used for practical sessions
  • Trainees are required to supply models for all practical sessions.

Including minimum:

5 x Eyebrow applications

5 x Eyeliner applications

  • 40 hrs case studies need to be documented to receive your Certificate. A time sheet will be supplied where all details of your procedures will be listed. Photographic evidence must be submitted with the time sheet when handed in for evaluation
Course Guidelines
  • Only new sterile needles are used for each procedure
  • We do not train on any device that cannot be dissembled and sterilized or that is disposable.
  • Medical history and client information forms are kept for 5 years.
  • Complete procedure demonstration by trainee.
  • Each individual trainer has her own working station.
  • The trainer is available for post-graduate support.

A written and practical assessment will be done on the last day of course, after which a number of practical hours have to be completed. If necessary, additional practical sessions can be scheduled at an additional fee, until you feel 100% confident with the procedure.

Please note that clients for the practical days must be supplied by student. (At an additional cost of R200 per procedure) If you are traveling from far and can’t supply own model, please let us know at least 2 weeks before training course.

Training manual and notes are included.