If you could begin a new career in two weeks (or less!), would you do it? Individuals who have found themselves stuck in a blah job or those looking to make a complete career change have entered the growing medical aesthetics industry by receiving cosmetic laser training from National Laser Institute, the nation’s leading aesthetics school.
A common misconception about the field is people think you must be an esthetician or nurse in order to become a cosmetic laser technician. But this is not the case.
People from all walks of life, whether they’re hair stylists, real estate agents, accountants or stay-at-home moms are capable of achieving a new career in two weeks.
Cosmetic laser technicians have found work in the 4,200-plus medical spa across the country, in addition to physician’s offices, OB/GYNs, fitness centers, niche clinics and more.
With laser training from the National Laser Institute, a new career is two weeks away!
A New Career Is Two Weeks Away
Due to the high demand for laser and cosmetic injection treatments, the medical aesthetics field is flourishing. In 2018, for example, there were nearly a quarter million more cosmetic procedures performed than the previous year.
Most people believe that a medical degree is required to become a cosmetic laser technician, but this is not true. In most states, all you need to be is a cosmetologist, esthetician or an individual with a passion for helping others feel their best to receive training and become a cosmetic laser tech.
What exactly can you learn by attending National Laser Institute? While the physicians and nurses learn neurotoxins like Botox and which facial wrinkles they smooth, the cosmetic laser technicians will learn how to perform aesthetic treatments like laser hair removal, tattoo removal, skin tightening, body contouring (CoolSculpting) and so much more.
Once students complete the two-week laser training course for career changers, our Graduate Services Department offers job assistance and sends out over 500 job leads from across the nation each month.
It’s perfectly normal to feel worried or nervous about making a change into a new field like medical aesthetics. Most students ask, “How can I possibly learn all this in just two weeks?”
After you finish our course, you will feel comfortable and confident. You will be able to get out into the working world and safely and effectively fire a laser regardless of your background. We encourage you to read thousands of testimonials from previous students who have started successful careers as cosmetic laser techs after a two-week training program.
What Is A Cosmetic Laser Tech?
A cosmetic laser tech is a skin care specialist who performs laser treatments such as laser hair removal, tattoo removal, skin tightening, body contouring (CoolSculpting) and more! They typically work at a medical spa but can also be found working at physician’s offices, fitness centers, niche clinicals and other settings.
Most states require laser certification; however, the regs will vary in each state. Several esthetics schools offer continuing medical education (CME) courses for medical professionals who want to start careers in the aesthetics industry.
The median annual salary for skin care specialists is $30,080 per year. The Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates over 8,000 new jobs added to the field by the year 2016. This is 14 percent higher than the growth rate for other occupations.
Cosmetic Laser Training For Career Changers
Are you looking for an exciting career opportunity? National Laser Institute offers cosmetic laser courses for career changers!
A new career is two weeks away with our Comprehensive Laser Course, which combines classroom education and hands-on clinical training for a comprehensive learning experience! This is our most popular course and will prepare you for a career as a cosmetic laser technician.
Classroom instruction provides you with in-depth knowledge of how lasers work, clinical applications and laser safety. Clinicals take place in a medical spa environment where you’ll learn cosmetic procedures like laser hair removal, tattoo removal, skin tightening, body contouring (CoolSculpting) and so much more!
By the end of your course, you’ll feel comfortable and confident to administer laser treatments for any skin type in a variety of medical aesthetic settings.
We invite you to check out tens of thousands of National Laser Institute reviews from previous students like Tess B. who went on to specialize in the popular fat freezing treatment called CoolSculpting. You can hear about her training experience in the video below!