6 Things to look for when choosing a Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) training course
When choosing a scalp micropigmentation (SMP) training course, there are a few factors you should consider to ensure you receive the best education possible. Here are some key factors to keep in mind:
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- Instructor Experience: The quality of the instructor makes a significant difference in your education. Look for a course taught by a highly experienced SMP professional who is personally in demand, knowledgeable, communicative and has a proven track record. The instructor should have a minimum of 3 years experience and an extensive attractive portfolio.
- Support: A good SMP training course provides students with plenty of new information. It can be a lot to take on board in 3 or 4 days. One of the most important aspects in your training journey is instructor accountability, good communication and a genuine interest in your future success so as to provide you with quality post training support. This is one of the most important aspects of your training in my opinion.
Good, clear, communication.
3. Curriculum: Look for a training course that offers a comprehensive curriculum covering all aspects of SMP. This should include theory, hands-on practice, working on models that are provided by the instructor/institution and quality equipment also provided by the instructor/institution.
4. Class Size: The smaller the class size, the more personalized attention you’ll receive from the instructor. Make sure to ask about the maximum number of students allowed in each class 3-5 is ideal.
Small class sizes
5. Reviews and Reputation: Do some research and read reviews from former clients or industry professionals about the training program you’re considering. Look for a program with a good reputation for producing successful SMP technicians.
6. Cost: SMP training courses can vary greatly in cost, so it’s important to compare prices and consider the value you’re getting for your investment. Keep in mind that the cheapest option may NOT always be the best quality, and a higher cost could mean a more comprehensive program or more experienced instructors. However following the above guidelines will allow you to see if the program warrants the price.
By considering these factors, you can choose an SMP training course that meets your needs and provides the education and support necessary for a successful career in SMP.
Post training support
Rob James is one of Canada’s most in demand and experienced SMP artists and trainers working out of his Vancouver BC based Clinic https://robjamessmp.com/smp-training/
Feel free to contact Rob for further information on either SMP or SMP training in Vancouver Canada