First you start on a Trainee licence so submit Form 3 Application for a license to use laser apparatus - Cosmetic Purposes (Trainee).
To do this you will need to provide:
After you have posted or faxed the Application for a license to use laser apparatus - Cosmetic Purposes (Trainee) with your evidence and received your Trainee license and accompanying information it will be clear to you what your license category is, the scope within which you are able to practice and the number of hours that will be required before being eligible for a full license. (Category 1 hair removal TOTAL=25hrs; Category 2= hair removal=25hrs, skin rejuvenation=50hrs, superficial vascular lesions=50hrs, superficial pigmented lesions=75hrs TOTAL= 200hrs; Category 3= hair removal=25hrs, skin rejuvenation=50hrs, superficial vascular lesions=50hrs, superficial pigmented lesions=75hrs, tattoo removal=100rs TOTAL =300 hours.
Then you then need to do the following:
When you have completed your log book your supervisor/mentor then signs you off with a Trainee Cosmetic Laser Operator – Statement of Competency which you submit to Radiation_Health@health.qld.gov.au
You are then ready to start your full scope of laser practice. Good luck.
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