Laser Hair Removal Certification Course
Laser Hair Removal Certification training course in 30 Hours.
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LASER HAIR REMOVAL COURSE IN MIAMI(30 HOURS)
- Laser and Light Based Hair Removal Training Course
- Be equipped with the knowledga and training to work on clients seeking hair reduction.
- Be trained to perform Laser Safety.
- Acquire the knowledge and the necessary skills to perform Laser Hair Removal.
- Certification and Diploma issued upon completion of the program
- Treatment Parameter Selection
- Receive didactic materials prepared for this course and the information needed to make correct decisions when purchasing a Laser machine.
- Treatment Protocols
- Risks of the Treatment
- Patient Selection Criteria
Who can take this course
Our Laser Training is open to enroll health care professionals and Aesthetic Professionals into short-term courses (30 hours) that will enhance the knowledge of our students with the latest technology in Laser Hair Removal.
Laser Certification Course for Non-Florida Resident
If you live outside Florida you can take this course. Always check your State, city and country regulations.
In the State of Florida are allowed to perform laser and light-based hair removal only if they have active Electrolysis license, and have been certified as CME by the Society of Clinical & Medical Hair Removal, Inc. (SCMHR) and also have been trained in Laser Hair Removal or graduate from a combined program that includes laser hair removal as part of its curriculum.
This is a course that prepare the new graduate or those who wants to become an aesthetic laser professional with the knowledges and techniques to work in the aesthetic field and feel confident in the use of laser and light based technologies in the aesthetic practice. This program includes laser hair removal, laser veins removal, laser for skin rejuvenation and the use of intense pulsed light in order to prepare the new graduates and become them in nursing properly trained professional
Laser “may be done at the supervisory physician’s discretion, utilize light-based or laser hair removal equipment under “indirect supervision.” The provisions of Section 458.348(3) or 459.025(2), Florida Statutes, do not apply to services rendered by a physician assistant who has not been properly trained and qualified to utilize laser and light-based hair removal equipment and delegated the task of providing such service as long as the delegated task is within the scope of the supervising physician’s practice. FLA. STAT. ANN. §.458.348(3)”.