When it comes to PlasmaPen, there are a lot of options. There are various devices to use, as well as various treatments to offer. However, the first decision you will need to make is whether to do live PlasmaPen training or online PlasmaPen training. We have gone into the advantages and disadvantages of both below.
There are a lot of benefits that come with choosing online PlasmaPen training, which is why it’s the ‘go to’ option for a lot of technicians. With online training, you have the advantage of the course being lower cost, making it a more affordable way of learning everything you need to know about PlasmaPen. It also has the benefit of requiring absolutely no travel, and you can train from wherever you are, whether that’s at home or at work. Online training is also a lot more flexible, and the course can work around your existing commitments; you aren’t tied to being somewhere specific, at a specific time. PlasmaPen training should be an enjoyable and exciting prospect, and online training makes the entire process a simple one.
Though there are obvious reasons to choose fibroblast PlasmaPen training that takes place online, that’s not to say that in-person training doesn’t also have a benefit or two as well. When you are training in-person, you have the advantage of really getting stuck into the excitement in a hands-on way. You can try everything out for yourself and gain hands-on experience that’s hard to replicate online. In-person PlasmaPen training also has the benefit of having fewer distractions. You don’t have to worry about finding a quiet space to learn at home, nor do you need to stay strong against distractions, as the entire room will be focused on learning as much as possible about PlasmaPen treatment.
What Does Training Invoice?
There are two types of fibroblast PlasmaPen training available, Foundation and Advanced. Our Foundation training is an OCN accredited course and it covers everything you need to know about the basics of PlasmaPen. Over the course of 20 hours, you will have a mixture of theory work and practical work, before being ready to offer PlasmaPen treatments to patients. It’s the ideal way to start your PlasmaPen journey. Once you have mastered the basics, you can move onto advanced training. Advanced training is similar, but we go into more detail and you can learn even more PlasmaPen skills. Simply, the advanced course goes into a lot more depth, and it’s the next stage of building on your PlasmaPen offerings.
For more information on how to become a PlasmaPen technician and the training involved, get in touch with our helpful team of experts. Our experts are more than happy to talk you through the process and we can let you know what to expect.