180 Hours | 7 Credit Certificate | 7 Credits | 15 Weeks Full-Time
Day – 7/28/20, 11/17/20
Night – 7/27/20, 9/21/20, 11/16/20
Our 180-hour Cosmetic Laser Technician certification program is ideal for already licensed aestheticians looking to expand their careers. With cosmetic laser technician training, you will become highly desirable to prospective employers as your skill set will be a diverse asset to any company! This training is also a valuable addition for students who are actively pursuing their aesthetics training at SWINA. Our program raises the bar for laser courses, with our graduates earning certificates as both laser technicians and certified Laser Safety Officers.
Our comprehensive laser instruction includes consultation skills, medical charting, and valuable hands-on training unlike any other offered in the Valley. With more than 100 hours of learning in our student laser clinic, you treat clients, fine-tune your skills, and hone your personal approach. Our students are in high demand with employers and graduate with the confidence to be ready to work as professional laser technicians.
Cosmetic Laser Technician Training Includes:
- Hair Reduction
- Spider Vein Reduction
- Skin Rejuvenation
- Non-Ablative Skin Resurfacing
- Skin Tightening
- Wrinkle Reduction
- Laser Peel
- Acne Scar Reduction
- Solar Lentigos (Age Spot) Reduction
- Ephelis (Freckle) Reduction
- Ultra Sound Localized Fat Reduction
This program consists of 180 hours, including 40 hours of Laser Didactic, 48 hours of Observation, and 92 hours of practice in Laser Hair Removal, Photofacial Rejuvenation, Pixel Skin Resurfacing, and Skin Tightening Procedures.
SWINA offers a 10% concession on tuition for Certificates Of Excellence that are paid with cash in-full at the time of enrollment.**
Financial Aid is available to those who qualify. SWIHA is a nationally-accredited college approved by the United States Department of Education. Students enrolled in programs of 600 hours or more may qualify for Federal Student Aid in the form of Pell grants and student loans.