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Basic Tanning Certification
Indoor Salon Certification
Regulatory Information
Business Resources
 
Oregon Residents Online Course Chapters

To get started, simply do the following:

  1. Review the material, Basic Indoor Tanning Certification Course
  2. Review Federal Regulations
    Federal performance requirements for ultraviolet (uv) light equipment are found in Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) section 1040.20.
  3. Review the State of Oregon Tanning Operator Training requirements.
    This material includes the Oregon Administrative Rules pertaining to tanning devices, as well as the appropriate Contact Information at the state level.
  4. Chapter 14
    Tanning Salon Professionalism- is not part of the curriculum required by the state of Oregon, and there are no test questions pertaining to it. The training materials include this information as a courtesy based on NTTI's commitment to help advance the professionalism of the industry.
  5. Instructions:
    The Oregon Online Certification Program uses a two-part online testing process. Both sections must be passed in order for you to receive your certification. Part one, The NTTI Basic Indoor Tanning Certification test, must be completed with a score of 90 percent or better. Part two, The State of Oregon Tanning Operator exam, must be completed with a score of 70 percent or better to pass.
Your Skin, The Largest Organ
Understanding Ultraviolet Radiation
Tanning Lamps, A Brief Description
The Tanning Process
Skincare

Understanding MED and MMD

Determining an Exposure Schedule
Photosensitizers
Risks of Overexposure
State and Federal Regulations
Understanding Eye Protection
Equipment Sanitation
Equipment Operating Procedures
Tanning Salon Professionalism
Table of Contents
1. Your Skin, The Largest Organ
Layer of the skin
Facultative pigmentation
Constitutive pigmentation
2. Understanding Ultraviolet Radiation
Electromagnetic spectrum
UVA, UVB and UVC
Wave theory
Quantum theory
3. Tanning Lamps, A Brief Description
Low pressure
High pressure
4. The Tanning Process
Melanocytes
Tyrosine
Melanin
Immediate pigment darkening
Delayed tanning
5. Skincare
Oils
Natural moisturizing factors NMFs
Vitamins
SPFs
Sunless tanners
6. Understanding MED, MMD and IPD
Minimal erythemal dose
Minimal melanogenic dose
7. Determining an Exposure Schedule
Exposure time
Skintyping
8. Photosensitizers
Photosensitivity
Health conditions
Medications
9. Risks of Overexposure
Non-melanoma
Melanoma
Actinic karatosis
Polymorphous light eruption (PLE)
Sunburn
Photoaging
10. State and Federal Regulations
FDA
FTC
State
Common violations
11. Understanding Eye Protection
CFR 21 1040.20 (C)(4)
Structure and function of the eye
12. Equipment Sanitation
13. Equipment Operating Procedures
Equipment and salon maintenance problems
Maintenance program
a. Daily
b. Weekly
c. Monthly
14. Tanning Salon Professionalism
Customer rapport
Customer complaints
Customer service

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