How long does it take to become a laser technician?
Depending on which course you do and which state you live in will determine how long it will take.…
Obtaining a laser safety certificate on its own can take as little as eight hours. This is your starting point. In some states and for some roles, this is all you will need, and in other states you will need to do some practical hours too, as there are different licencing laws across the states. If you are not sure of your are a's legislation, reach out we would love to help.
The great thing about Bravura Educations online learning is that it is self-paced, so you can log in/out when you have the time, some students like to smash a course out in a weekend, others like to take their time. You access your modules, your final exam and your certificate all from the comfort of home.
So let me break down the different options
As always, safety first…
8 – 10 hours online for your Laser safety certificate
This course helps you understand the science of light, laser and IPL systems, national and state standards, and regulation, how light interacts with the skin and hair and the key safety issues you need to be across before you do treatments. This one covers the minimum certification required by the Australian Standards and to help get insurance coverage. This course is your base, from here you add your treatments, or choose a combined course. Here are a few examples.
12 hours online for hair reduction course with safety certificate included.
14 hours online for tattoo removal with safety certificate included.
If you live in TAS, WA or QLD
You need to complete the online theory first and then you move onto supervised practical training to have your logbook signed off, here are the hours necessary for logbook by treatment.
25 hours for hair removal
50 hours for skin rejuvenation (including superficial pigmentation adjustment)
50 hours for superficial capillary reduction
100 hours for tattoo removal
As always, if you have any questions, reach out to us HERE.
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