The global cosmetic laser market generated an approximately 970 million just last year and is expected to rapidly grow over the next 7-10 years. The demand for non-invasive procedures continues to rise as baby boomers age and more and more people opt to skip going under the knife.
Becoming a Laser Technician
In order to become a laser technician in the state of Arizona, you must complete 40 hours of didactic education in laser theory and safety. Following didactic training, you must also complete a minimum of 24 hours of training and perform 10 treatments each in both laser hair reduction and intense pulsed light (IPL). Spry University offers all of the education needed to meet the state's requirements in as little as 2 weeks.
Following the program, you'll apply for your official certification with the state and be able to work in various settings within the aesthetic fields. Many of our graduates go on to open their own laser centers or spas while others opt to work in medical spas, massage centers, and clinics.