This ARRA/ADHS approved course combines the live, Flex-time 40 Hour Basic Laser Didactic Course together with the 48 Hour Flex-Time Clinical Laser Operator Course to provide students who cannot take several days off in a row to complete live, laser training. Classes will be held one day per week for 11 weeks (or other interval). This is an awesome opportunity for esthetic students currently taking night or day classes or those who don’t want to use all their vacation time to increase their earning potential! EALA is also are offering a “pay as you learn” option by dividing the payment into 11 payments! (each payment is due 2 weeks before class attended). Enrollment is VERY limited for this popular program as is it in high demand.
The 88 Hour Comprehensive Laser Operator Course (Live, Flex-Time schedule)
Format: In person (all practitioners)
Location: Scottsdale, AZ (all practitioners)
This course provides comprehensive didactic training and utilizes the latest light based technologies to complete a minimum of 24 hours/10 treatments for hair reduction and 24 hours and a minimum of 10 treatments for certification in other cosmetic lasers procedures including photofacials, fractional non-ablative skin rejuvenation and non-ablative tattoo removal.
Enrollees will complete the 40 hour didactic portion and then will be required to take a 50 question test and pass with an 80% or better score to assess knowledge of the material. Those who have successfully passed the assessment will be awarded a certificate of completion and will be prepared to successfully complete the 48 Hour hands-on clinical course component. Once the 48 hour hands-on component is completed, students will receive a certificate of completion for the 88 hour course. These certifications can then be submitted to ARRA/ADHS for licensure.
Here is information on the classroom (or online) portion of this class: EALA has developed the 40 Hour Basic Laser Didactic Course (Live, Flex Time) to be the most comprehensive ARRA/ADHS approved laser curriculum based on the latest research and technologies. Students will learn all about:
- Skin and hair anatomy
- Skin cancers
- Transmittable diseases of the skin
- Fitzpatrick & Glogau skin typing
- Laser hair reduction
- IPL/ photofacials
- Fractional technologies
- Tattoo removal
- Laser safety/LSO
- Contraindications and photosensitizing medications
- Profitable operations and avoiding liability
- Marketing laser services and client communication
- Finding employment in the competitive medical/laser esthetics market
- Many other exciting topics!
PREREQUISITES: There are no prerequisites for this course.