Medical aesthetic school is one of the best ways to earn CE credits if you are a nurse. On top of earning CE hours, you’re gaining a skill set that is widely valuable in a growing industry.
The medical aesthetic market has been on the rise for the past few years, increasing even in an unstable economy. On top of this, insurance has become more frustrating to deal with for many medical professionals. Some nurses and doctors have become burnt out in the medical field and are seeking a positive change.
This is why many nurses have been taking advantage of receiving medical aesthetic training. Many are aware that the benefits of earning more income without the hassle of insurance is huge, especially when treating clients with high price point treatments such as Botox or dermal fillers.
A high quality medical aesthetics school should have a variety of things, including accreditation, credentials, hands-on training, detailed information, instructors who are experts in the field, and a high reputation. National Laser Institute offers all of this and more.
National Laser Institute is a leading medical aesthetic school for nurses. We train hundreds of attendees each month in multiple locations across the country. Nurses will receive training in the classroom from experts who have been in this industry for up to 15 years as well as hands-on clinical training in a retail medical spa environment, treating hundreds of different scheduled clients in order to gain the confidence, skills, and techniques needed to perform various cosmetic laser and injectable treatments.
We offer a wide number of courses for medical professionals and nurses wanting to break into the medical aesthetics industry, including:
- Ablative Skin Resurfacing
- Laser Training
- BOTOX®/Dysport®, Fillers, and Sclerotherapy
- Feminine Rejuvenation (Non-Surgical), Body Contouring
- Chemical Peel Training
- And many more
National Laser Institute is the leader in the medical aesthetics industry and has earned an A+ rating at the BBB. We have also received many phenomenal reviews and are recognized as the Harvard of medical aesthetics.