Laser Technician Certification Information

Laser technicians are certified to perform cosmetic laser services and treatments which can include laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal, laser acne reduction, laser wrinkle reduction, and much more. Similar to dermatology, laser technicians are able to help improve a variety of client skin concerns through state-of-the-art laser technology.

Those who want to become a laser technician often do so because they receive a general satisfaction and happiness from helping clients become confident and comfortable within their beautiful skin. Laser technicians must know how to identify certain skin concerns and know the appropriate cosmetic laser treatment that will help them for their skin type.

The best part of becoming a laser technician is that cosmetic laser training doesn’t take a year or even a month. It just takes two whole weeks of your time to become certified!

State Regulations

To be clear: each state’s regulations will vary. Some state’s allow those with a high school diploma/GED to enroll in a laser technician certification program. Others only allow medical professionals to do so. Check with your state’s regulations before enrolling by calling 800.982.6817.

Education & Training

At National Laser Institute, we offer a two week comprehensive laser training course. This particular course covers everything you’ll need to know as a laser technician, including laser safety, tissue interaction, client selection, technology overview, techniques, and much more.

One of the benefits of this laser training course is that it is broken down into two parts. In the first part of your training you will be in a classroom learning from expert laser instructors. In the next section you will actually be in a medical spa practicing your laser techniques on real clients in order to get the hang of treatments and improve within your laser techniques.

About National Laser Institute

National Laser Institute is the leader in the medical esthetics industry and has earned many outstanding reviews. To learn more about laser technician certification or National Laser Institute, please call.

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