SHORT-TERM COURSES ARE GEARED TOWARD INDIVIDUALS SEEKING CAREER
OR PERSONAL GROWTH AND EMPLOYERS INVESTING IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF THEIR WORKFORCE.
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Medical Micropigmentation is a growing career that gives individuals who work in the health and beauty industries an added service to provide to clients. The majority of Medical Micropigmentation professionals provide permanent makeup tattooing for eyebrows, eyeliner, and lips. Individuals with this certification may also offer scar cover-up, hairline pigmentation, and medically-necessary cosmetic procedures, such as areola reconstruction.* *These advanced techniques are not covered in this course. This course provides theoretical and clinical training in the area of permanent makeup artistry. Students will learn permanent makeup techniques for eyebrows, eyeliner, and lips; color theory; needle theory; consultation and aftercare skills; client management skills; and more. In partnering with Autry Technology Center, students will also get exclusive business support not found in other medical micropigmentation courses across the state. This course is designed to surpass the standards of the Oklahoma State Department of Health for Medical Micropigmentation. Upon completion of this course, students will be eligible to test with the Oklahoma State Department of Health to receive the Medical Micropigmentation Certification. Medical micropigmentation is a form of permanent cosmetics and requires a medical procedure in which any color or pigment is applied with a needle or electronic machine. The law authorizing medical micropigmentation does not include tattooing; thus, medical micropigmentation does not involve placing on the body any pictures, images, numbers, signs, letters of the alphabet or designs. Medical Micropigmentation may only be performed in a physician’s office by an individual who holds a current Oklahoma certificate issued by the State Commissioner of Health pursuant to the provisions of the Oklahoma Medical Micropigmentation Regulation Act while working under the supervision of a physician. The level of supervision shall be determined by the physician.
This course provides basic competencies to entry-level paraprofessionals who work with students having disabilities in kindergarten through high school special/inclusive classrooms. This 24-hour course is the first step in the process for one to be listed on the State Department of Education's Registry of Paraprofessionals.