National Laser Institute’s curriculum is designed to give students in-depth knowledge of skin care mechanics in addition to the comprehensive laser training. This A-Z program not only leaves students laser ready, but it also offers the kind of education students need to be successful in any skin care working environment. That is why our curriculum includes advanced studies in skin care and instruction in industry related skill sets such as marketing, business operations, and client relationship development. All students who attend will automatically be certified as a Laser Safety Officer in addition to their education in cosmetic laser procedures.

One of the keys reasons why National Laser Institute is a leader in laser and medical aesthetics education has to do with the variety of instructors and knowledge base we bring to you. In your class, your instructors will range from physicians, nurses, expert certified laser technicians, skin care specialists and nationally recognized laser trainers from publicly traded cosmetic equipment manufactures as well as the founder of National Laser Institute, Louis Silberman, a entrepreneur whom teaches a course on how to build your laser business, find a job, build a clientele or start your own business. Its one thing to have the skill sets to operate lasers, but its equally important to learn how to bring people in the door and keep them. This is invaluable information you will only find at National Laser Institute, relayed to you by an individual whom has been featured in Entrepreneur magazine and Fortune small business magazine for his marketing savvy in the health and beauty industry.

The National Laser Institute curriculum is broken up into the following sections:

Laser Physics and Tissue Interactions and Treatment Precautions

In this section, you’ll learn how lasers were developed, how they work, as well as the history, physics, and science of laser technology. You’ll also learn about the different type of lasers and how each interact with skin tissue. The modules of section one include :

      • How lasers work

• Power of lasers

• Types of lasers and laser mediums

• Laser wavelength effects on tissue/therapeutic mechanisms

• Damage mechanisms

• Hazards

• Criteria for setting maximum permissible exposure levels

Laser Safety and Regulations

Laser use is regulated by several different governing bodies, in this section you will learn how to follow a strict safety routine to assure federal, state and local ordinance compliance. The modules of this section include:

      • Regulatory requirements

• Credentialing

• Laser safety basics

• Responsibilities of a Laser Safety Officer

Understanding Client Care

In this section, you will learn the physiology and anatomy of unique skin types, how to communicate with patients in the most effective manner, and more. The modules of section three include:

      • Patients

• Hair and skin

• Hair removal

• Patient care

• Patient communication