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Progressive Mentorship has multiple levels of educational classes available.




It’s time for a change of how information is shared to us fellow practitioners and a refreshing new learning platform is finally here!  Learning doesn’t have to be intimidating, boring and painful; it can be creative and rewarding.  Established throughout 2014, Progressive Mentorship was fully developed and presented by leaders within the tattoo and piercing community.  We’re here to help others lead with confidence within the skilled arts of tattooing or body piercing.  With a lack of formal regulations and minimal education within the body art community, the development for an educational program was desperately in need.


Progressive Mentorship is a group of non sponsored, ego free individuals here to help all levels of practitioners share knowledge and continue to provide the safest working environment for you and your valued clients.  If you’ve been within the body art community for less than a year, or even more than twenty years, this course outline is for you!  It’s time to open up our minds and realize we all have something new to learn and to share with others.  #StayProgressive


Nov 29, 2018

New Ontario Infection Prevention and Control PSS guidelines: Public Health Ontario has released the latest Infection Prevention and Control guidelines for Public Service Settings. This document is to compliment the PSS regulations released earlier in the year. Follow the link below to download your own copy.
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Apr 27, 2018

New Tattoo and Piercing Regulations 2018: Ontario has just released the new Personal Service Settings regulations that will go into effect July 1st 2018. If you’ve taken a Progressive Mentorship seminar in the past you’ll probably not be too surprised with what you read in the link below. Many of us practitioners are forward thinking and welcome change that’ll better the body art community.
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Jul 7, 2017

What Regulations?: Last year I learned that Public Health Ontario (PHO) had a project on the go of revising the outdated “2009 Infection Prevention and Control Best Practices for Public Service Settings” in Ontario. I was approached by a local public health inspector about potentially reviewing the draft and asking for my feedback. As a piercer, studio owner and an instructor within the body art community, I happily obliged hoping that I may join other practitioners in playing a key part on reviewing...
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