Florida Tattoo Academy, a VA Approved Tattoo School, Now Accepts Gi Bill Benefits and Other VA Benefit Programs
Tarpon Springs, Florida – The Florida Tattoo Academy aims to develop tattoo students into world-class tattoo artists and successful medical tattoo artists. As an academy founded and run by artists, students will have access to training that will help them deliver masterpieces to each of their clients. Focused on imparting knowledge and improving student skills, Florida Tattoo Academy has announced that it is now accepting Gill Bill Benefits and other VA Benefits programs at its academy.
Their Essential tattoo class takes interested students through an intensive 11 week training that touches on all areas of tattooing and tattoo art. The first week of the course teaches the history of tattoos where students will learn about skin modification trends and tools, as well as ancient tattoo practices across all historical periods and continents. The first week will also expose students to the history of modern electronic tattooing, key figures in the development of today’s tattoo culture, and more.
The second week of the training is devoted to the art of tattooing and the students will discover the artistic styles of different cultures and eras. Students will have the chance to start practicing their art skills on paper and also tattooing internships using markers on human skin. In the third week of the training, students will learn best practices to prevent risks such as cross-contamination. They will also learn studio safety and hygiene and receive their Blood Born Pathogen and CPR certifications. The fourth week covers machine technology and skin biology where students learn the specifics of skin biology with a focus on skin health assessment, clean healing, trauma reduction and interview skills focused on having conversations with the client about skin issues that may be affecting their tattoos.
The comprehensive training also covers hands-on tattoo practice in week five, skin practice in week six, introduction to store life, human skin consultation, responsibility for artist, customer service and self-marketing, and customer service and business management in the seventh through eleventh week of training. By the end of the training, students will be ready to take on the real world and provide excellent tattoo services to clients.
Florida Tattoo Academy spokesperson noted, “To become a successful tattoo artist, you must first learn how to tattoo on human skin. Our program was created to make you as comfortable as possible working on skin so that you are confident that you can start your career once you graduate. You will learn how to tattoo using the proper techniques so you can provide more unique pieces to your clients.
Become a member of the Florida Tattoo Academy by visiting their website or their office at 39922 US Highway 19 N., Tarpon Springs FL 34689 US. Call 727-940-7200 for more information.
Florida Tattoo Academy
39922 US Highway 19 N.