How Do I Get Practical Laser/IPL Training?
I was literally asked this question six times this past week… So I thought it would be the perfect topic to post a blog about.
It is such a fair question and I understand why students presume that the online and the practical go together.
Learn in your workplace or supplier
Most people who contact us looking for practical training source awesome training easily. Sometimes it's the laser/IPL supplier, sometimes it's mentoring from a colleague, sometimes it's a part of orientation into a new workplace.
A lot of students just want to ‘learn how to use the machine’ but… SAFETY FIRST PEOPLE!
Australian and NZ standards only require you to have a laser safety certificate as a minimum requirement to use laser/IPL in Australia and New Zealand, except in QLD, WA and TAS, where you need a licence (licence information available for these states in another blog if you need it or CONTACT US).
Specific treatment learning
As an extension of your own Education and to learn more about the treatments themselves, take a look at the Advanced course.
Nail the machine workings
It sounds crazy, I know, but the online theory part of your course is trickier to learn then the manual handling of the device. I've had many giggles with students over the phone when I say its like ‘learning how to use your oven’… Knowing what degrees you need to cook what food on, and for how long and at what setting is what you need to know, the actual turning the oven on, opening the door and putting your roast chicken in is simple. So the same rule applies for laser/IPL except you're (hopefully) not treating a chicken? But you get my point!?
So we provide you with what is essential, online.
As always, if you have any questions, reach out to us HERE.
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