|1.||Integrate codes of conduct that apply to the practice of laser procedures in a clinic setting as outlined in the current AS/NZS 4173:2004 and the Australian Guidelines for the Prevention and Control of Infection in Healthcare (2010);|
|2.||Interpret scientific theories associated with light based hair reduction as outlined in evidence based research and apply these to dermal clinical practice;|
|3.||Evaluate different technologies associated with light based hair reduction for differing skin and hair types;|
|4.||Exhibit the ability to perform a professional consultation, analyse and apply evidence based research to establish effective Patient Care Plans and complete treatment documentation as expected by a qualified dermal therapist with consideration of legal and ethical requirements;|
|5.||Integrate and contextualise previously acquired knowledge of laser safety to light based hair reduction;|
|6.||Exhibit the ability to perform safe and effective light based hair reduction treatments using Laser and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) techniques that meet the level required of a professional Dermal Therapist.|
|Test||Twelve (12) Online Tests (10 minutes each)||10%|
|Assignment||Written Assignment (1500 words)||30%|
|Examination||Written Examination (2 hours)||30%|
|Practicum||Final Practical Assessment (equivalent 1000 words)||30%|
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