Laser Training And Certification

Become a certified laser technician and excel your career in the field of medical aesthetics.

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This course was created to assist providers with acquiring the necessary knowledge and skill to perform minimally invasive, office-based cosmetic procedures.

The course is intended to rather focus on treatments that address the most commonly encountered aesthetic complaints. In addition, procedures were chosen that consistently achieve good outcomes and have a low incidence of side effects. While treatments can be performed independently, most procedures discussed complement and work synergistically with other aesthetic procedures to enhance results. Instruction on how to safely and effectively perform each procedure is provided using a concise step-by-step format.

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of how cosmetic laser light-based modalities work including the physics behind laser and light devices. This course provides training and education on all modalities available in the industry.

Our curriculum is designed for aestheticians, nurses, and other medical professionals or anyone wanting to obtain training and education in cosmetic laser procedures.

  • Laser Safety & Physics
  • Laser Parameters & Chromophores
  • Laser Protocols
  • Client Selection, Tissue Interaction & Contraindications
  • Skin Typing, Hair Biology & Growth Cycles
  • Client Care & Consultations
  • Utilizing IPL/Laser Technologies within an Aesthetic Practice or Medical Spa
  • Difference between laser and IPL technologies
  • Continued Physics of IPL/Laser devices (how to match the right equipment to the right procedure).
  • Principles and safety of lasers and IPL devices
  • Potential side effects and risks
  • Incorporating facial/skin rejuvenation into your practice

Our Laser and Light Certification Program offers

  • The most comprehensive dual online and in person hands-on training course.
  • Prepares students for the best treatment practices.
  • Small Intimate learning environment during hands-on practice
  • Models provided
  • Provides training on all laser and light technology.
  • Instructors offer more than 20+ years experience as laser experts.

Course includes:

  • 40 Hour Virtual Course- Online Pre-Certification           (Practical guide for laser and light procedures throughout student portal)
  • Light and Laser  Training Textbook ( textbook is available for download)
  • Training Workbook
  • 40  hours of additional training that includes Hands-on Training performing a variety of treatments using are large variety of laser and light brands.
  • Sales Training and Career Guidance
  • Expert Guidance and tips from a top Laser Expert
  • Certification for Laser and Light laser specialist  ( all four on the market)
  • NCLC prep course
  • NCLC Practice Exam
  • Recommendation letter to the NCLC to qualify for the NCLC exam
  • NCLC Certification
  • Laser Specialist Certification

Laser hair removal, treatment for sun damage, skin tightening, body contouring, tattoo removal, treatments for vascular lesions, muscle sculpting, skin rejuvenation, ablative skin rejuvenation, fractional treatments, and much more.

 

Course Fee $6500

 

 

Videos

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HAIR REMOVAL: Coarse Hair using Intense Pulsed Light
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HAIR REMOVAL: Fine Hair using Q-switched 1064 nm
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PIGMENTED LESIONS: Sunspots and Freckles using Intense Pulsed Light
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PIGMENTED LESIONS: Sunspot using Q-switched 532 nm
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PIGMENTED LESIONS: Freckles using Q-switched 532 nm
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VASCULAR LESIONS: Rosacea and Vessels using Intense Pulsed Light
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TATTOO REMOVAL: Black Tattoo using Q-switched 1064 nm
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WRINKLES: Nonablative Q-switched 1064 nm
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WRINKLES: Ablative Fractional 2940 nm

Section 1: Key Reference

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Key Reference

Section 2: Introduction and Foundation Concepts

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Introduction and Foundation Concepts
2
Skin Aging
3
What Aspects of Photoaging Can Be Treated with Lasers?
4
Laser Principles
5
What Are the Components of a Laser?
6
Laser Parameters
7
Thermal Relaxation Time
3 questions
8
Depth of Penetration
9
Skin Anatomy
10
Histology of Photoaging
2 questions
11
Laser Devices Overview by Type of Technology
12
Laser Devices by Indication
13
Laser Maintenance
14
Laser Safety
15
Aesthetic Consultation
16
Fitzpatrick Skin Type
17
Glogau Classification of Photoaging
18
Informed Consent
19
Photodocumentation
20
Selecting the Appropriate Laser Procedure for Photoaged Skin
21
Laser Treatments in Patients with Dark Background Skin
22
Alternative Therapies
23
Advantages of Laser Treatment
24
Disadvantages of Laser Treatment
25
General Laser Contraindications
26
Indications
27
Preprocedure Checklist
28
Preprocedure Skin Care Products for Laser Treatments
29
Anesthesia for Laser Procedures
30
Laser Procedure
31
Postprocedure Skin Care for Laser Treatments
32
Treatment Intervals
33
Subsequent Treatments
34
Common Follow-Ups
35
Results
36
Complications
37
Current Developments
38
Combining Aesthetic Procedures
39
Learning Techniques
40
Financial Considerations
4 questions

Section 3: Treatments

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Chapter 1: Hair Removal (Introduction)
2
Anatomy
3
Laser Principles
4
Laser Parameters for Hair Removal Treatments
5
Patient Selection
6
Patient Expectations
7
Indications
8
Alternative Therapies
9
Devices Currently Available for Laser Hair Removal
10
Contraindications
11
Advantages & Disadvantages of Laser Hair Removal
12
Equipment
13
Preprocedure Checklist
14
Anesthesia
15
Laser Hair Removal Procedure
16
Aftercare
17
Common Follow-Ups
18
Treatment Intervals
19
Subsequent Treatments
20
Results
21
Complications
22
Special Populations and Additional Considerations
23
Learning Techniques for Laser Hair Removal
24
Current Developments
25
Financial Considerations
5 questions

Section 3: Chapter 2: Pigmented Lesions

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Pigmented Lesions
2
Anatomy
3
Laser Principles
4
Laser Parameters for Treatment of Pigmented Lesions
5
Patient Selection
6
Patient Expectations
7
Indications
8
Alternative Therapies
9
Devices Currently Available for Treatment of Pigmented Lesions
10
Contraindications
11
Advantages & Disadvantages of Laser Treatment for Pigmented Lesions
12
Equipment
13
Preprocedure Checklist
14
Anesthesia
15
Procedure for Laser Treatment of Pigmented Lesions
16
Common Follow-Ups
17
Treatment Intervals
18
Subsequent Treatments
19
Results
20
Complications
21
Special Populations and Additional Considerations
22
Learning Techniques for Laser Treatment of Pigmented Lesions
23
Current Developments
24
Financial Considerations

Section 3: Chapter 3: Vascular Lesions

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Introduction
2
Anatomy
3
Laser Principles
4
Laser Parameters for Treatment of Red Vascular Lesions
5
Patient Selection
6
Patient Expectations
7
Indications
8
Alternative Therapies
9
Devices Currently Available for Treatment of Red Vascular Lesions
10
Contraindications
11
Advantages & Disadvantages of Laser Treatment for Red Vascular Lesions
12
Equipment
13
Preprocedure Checklist
14
Anesthesia
15
Procedure for Laser Treatment of Red Vascular Lesions
16
Aftercare
17
Common Follow-ups
18
Treatment Intervals
19
Subsequent Treatments
20
Results
21
Complications
22
Special Populations and Additional Considerations
23
Learning Techniques for Laser Treatment of Red Vascular Lesions
24
Current Developments
25
Financial Considerations

Section 3: Chapter 4: Tattoo Removal

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Introduction
2
Tattoos
3
Laser Principles
4
Laser Parameters for Tattoo Removal Treatments
5
Patient Selection
6
Indications
7
Patient Expectations
8
Alternative Therapies
9
Devices Currently Available for Tattoo Removal
10
Contraindications
11
Advantages & Disadvantages of Laser Tattoo Removal
12
Equipment
13
Preprocedure Checklist
14
Anesthesia
15
Laser Tattoo Removal Procedure
16
Aftercare
17
Common Follow-Ups
18
Treatment Intervals
19
Subsequent Treatments for Black Tattoos
20
Subsequent Treatments for Multicolored Tattoos
21
Complications
22
Results
23
Special Populations and Additional Considerations
24
Learning Techniques for Laser Tattoo Removal
25
Current Developments
26
Financial Considerations

Section 3: Chapter 5: Wrinkles—Nonablative Resurfacing

1
Introduction
2
Anatomy
3
Laser Principles
4
Patient Selection
5
Patient Expectations
6
Indications
7
Alternative Therapies
8
Devices Currently Available for Nonablative Resurfacing
9
Contraindications
10
Advantages & Disadvantages of Nonablative Lasers for Wrinkles
11
Equipment
12
Preprocedure Checklist
13
Anesthesia
14
Nonablative Laser Resurfacing Procedure for Wrinkle Reduction
15
Aftercare
16
Common Follow-Ups
17
Treatment Intervals
18
Subsequent Treatments
19
Results
20
Complications
21
Special Populations and Additional Considerations
22
Learning Techniques for Nonablative Laser Treatments for Skin Resurfacing
23
Current Developments
24
Financial Considerations

Section 3: Chapter 6: Wrinkles—Ablative Resurfacing

1
Introduction
2
Anatomy
3
Laser Principles
4
Patient Selection
5
Patient Expectations
6
Indications
7
Alternative Therapies
8
Devices Currently Available for Ablative Resurfacing
9
Contraindications
10
Advantages & Disadvantages of Ablative Lasers for Skin Resurfacing
11
Equipment
12
Preprocedure Checklist
13
Anesthesia
14
Ablative Laser Resurfacing Procedure for Wrinkle Reduction
15
Aftercare
16
Follow-Up Visits
17
Subsequent Treatments
18
Results
19
Complications
20
Special Populations and Additional Considerations
21
Learning Techniques for Ablative Laser Treatments for Skin Resurfacing
22
Current Developments
23
Financial Considerations
22 questions

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