Im very keen to become a professional electrologist. Not just for diy purposes. Ive sat on this for years and the desire hasnt gone away. Im now just older and greyer!
I would be a complete beginner (in New Zealand) with no experience other then being a patient myself. Im wondering whether to book in for an online course and then head over to do the practical side of it. Is it going to be enough though? Can you really learn enough doing it this way to consider setting up in business? It seems just too basic and short to me and I dont want to waste my time/money and be away from my family if its just not really possible. I would try and sit in on some other electrologists on my return or possibly work for one of them for a bit to gather more experience as well.
If I go ahead, at this stage Im thinking the Dectro school. I would buy one of their machines while I was over there.
For the professionals already … what do you think? 5 weeks practical learning? Is it possible at all to do a good job with this little learning? I like to do things properly and I keep thinking that I wouldnt like to go to someone myself that only had been doing it for five weeks. Hmmm.
Thanks in advance