Certified Laser Technician Training
Becoming certified laser technician training is fairly simple. First you have to find out what your state’s regulations are for performing laser treatments. There are a few states out there that only allow medical professionals (doctors, nurses, physicians) to handle cosmetic lasers, but many states do allow those who have earned a high school degree, GED, or higher to gain laser certification.
Certified laser technician training hours may vary from state to state. You want to be sure to enroll in a school who will be your state’s didactic and clinical requirements.
Comprehensive laser training courses are good choices for those who want to become certified in a wide range of in-demand cosmetic laser treatments. These can include laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal, radiofrequency skin rejuvenation, IPL photofacials, laser stretch mark removal, cellulite reduction, and many more.
Although these cosmetic laser services are not invasive or surgical, it is still important to attend a school that will provide you with extensive laser safety training. Many certified laser technician training courses already include laser safety training, but it won’t hurt for you to make sure.
Laser Training with NLI
National Laser Institute is the leading laser school in the nation and has been providing educational excellence for over a decade. Our comprehensive laser training course prepares attendees to become a certified laser technician in two weeks. This includes hands-on training with the latest laser technology and cosmetic treatments.
This course is led by medical esthetic experts and is designed to give you a thorough understanding of the Fitzpatrick scale, skin tissue and interaction, laser safety processes and protocols, client selection, laser settings and equipment, and so much more.
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