Really get your teeth into the theory of treating common skin conditions seen in cosmetic practice. This course contains all the essential clinical practice knowledge you need before you treat clients including hair reduction, pigmentations, vascular conditions, resurfacing & rejuvenation, tattoo removal and PDT. Combined with the BEGINNER Online Laser & IPL Safety Course it is the perfect foundation for getting started in the industry.
Accreditation: Nationally endorsed by the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery.
Mode of delivery:
Online, up to 14 hours
Do this course if you are either a beginning practitioner as preparation for real world applications of laser and light based therapies in practice or if you are experienced clinician wishing to update and/or expand your practice.
A current laser/IPL safety certificate (last 2 years)
What your peers say about this course
Cosmetic courses prepare clinicians for working with all types of lasers and light therapies and covers a variety of common patient presentations that make sense when applying knowledge to practice.
Suzie Hoitink RN (Owner and founder, Clear Complexions Clinics, 2016)
Once again, I'm very satisfied with the content of the course. Relevant and up to date information for continuous professional development.
Dr. Barbara Giusti (Dermatologist, ACT)
What is it about?
It has in depth coverage of clinical presentations including:
- Client consultation
- Principles of professional and clinical practice
- Reduction of unwanted hair
- Pigmentation disorders
- Vascular conditions
- Photodynamic therapy
- Skin rejuvenation and resurfacing
- Tattoo removal
- Common skin conditions.
It also has a significant section on the principles of professional and clinical practice and covers such topics as AHPRA compliant advertising and the prevention of burns. It includes a set of laser safety standard operating policy and procedure templates and a clear log book to record practical experience.
Who is it for?
GPs, doctors, nurses, beauty therapists and other dermal clinicians or skin therapists or those interested in a career in this rapidly evolving industry.
How long does it take?
Ten to fourteen hours at your own pace, in your own time and you can take as long as you like to do it. This course meets ten hours of continuing professional development (CPD) when applied according to relevant AHPRA guidelines. Continuing professional development is the means by which members of the profession maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge, expertise and competence, and develop the personal and professional qualities required throughout their professional lives.
Who endorses/recognises it?
The Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery.
Our online laser courses provide the convenience of equipping yourself with new skills and theoretical knowledge in the comfort of your own home or workplace. Many of our students take advantage of opportunities to practice their skills on technology that readily exists in their workplaces.
Some students, who don’t have access to technology for developing the practical application of their skills, like to spend time with us face-to-face. They can receive hands-on experience with cutting-edge technologies and close supervision from qualified and experienced staff, and make valuable connections in the industry. Take a look here at what we have for you on our Practical Experience Hub.
Money back guarantee: We have user friendly processes that ensure completion of your course or your fees refunded (click here for details).
We offer an online special of 10% off for you if you enrol for the Laser & intense pulsed light Safety Officer training course (cosmetic practice) at the same time as this one. At the checkout just enter the code: COSMETIC2019 after you have added both courses to your order YOU SAVE $120
Do you have more than five (5) staff to train?
If so, we have discount packages for you.