The standard of training being provided by members of the cosmetic tattoo industry is an ongoing topic of concern for both established training providers and course participants, often this is due to a failure to comply with expected educational benchmarks particularly in the area of core competency training.
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Overwhelmingly the major issues appear to relate to the lack of formal credentials in training and assessment on the part of the course providers and or the non compliance with regulatory requirements or anticipated educational framework.
After extensive consultation and consideration we have created the following Training Standards guidelines to assist prospective students and course providers to quickly determine if their proposed course meets the minimum standard that would be expected for any vocational education provider. Course providers are encouraged to ensure that they meet minimum international benchmarks by reference to the guidelines either via external or internal auditing.
Students and models are encouraged to ensure that your training provider is compliant with industry base standards by checking their promotional material and representations about course provision, naturally you should also conduct the unusual due diligence that you would prior to making any purchase or becoming involved in any training event. The intent is to assist both training providers and course participants with a straightforward quick checklist for the minimum core standards that should be expected to legitimately provide vocational education.
We are unapologetic in stating that it is unreasonable to charge course participants large sums of money to provide vocational training in instances where the presenter themselves lacks training and assessment qualifications or where the course fails to meet minimum course framework standards.
Cosmetic Tattoo Training Standards Compliance Guidelines
Hopefully prospective students will find these guidelines useful in evaluating the standards of any Cosmetic Tattoo courses that they are considering undertaking.
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