How much does the course cost?

The course cost is $6500 and includes tuition, class materials and lunch each day. There are no hidden fees or extra costs.

Where is the College located?

The Rocky Mountain Laser College is located at 8015 W Alameda Ave, Lakewood, Colorado. Lakewood is an upscale suburb 10 minutes west of downtown Denver. This is our only location.

Do you have financing?

No.

But we have links on or Course Cost page for you to apply for credit cards or a personal loan through Climb Credit to pay your tuition. These financing methods are not affiliated with the College and all payments are handled through them.

The Rocky Mountain Laser College is not a Title IV school, does not have financial aid and cannot accept student FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) loans or Pell Grants.

How long is the course?

The online begins the 1st day of each month and must be completed before arriving for hands-on. The hands-on is 6 days long. The course is offered 1 week each month and typically begin on the 3rd Monday of the month and goes through that Saturday till noon. Each day begins promptly at 8:30am and ends approximately 5pm.  Click here for Class dates.

Am I qualified to take the course?

You are coming to school to get a job, so it’s all about gainful employment. Requirements vary from state to state and the majority of employers will want you to also perform facials, microderms, waxing, chemical peels and other services that only a licensed esthetician can legally perform. So you will be at a disadvantage when applying for a job if you can’t perform other services. However, if you are going to open a business for yourself, most states will only require that you have a medical director (physician) oversee your facility.

Please see our compilation of your state’s requirements. We attempt to keep up with every rule from every state, but that’s usually not practical.  Please do your own due diligence and research to find out your state’s laws.

What is the course at the Rocky Mountain Laser College?

Our Certified Laser Specialist® course teaches laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal and laser skin rejuvenation, and is advanced training for estheticians and medical persons.  It is a comprehensive 60 hour training program, consisting of 20 hours of on-line instruction then 40 hours of classroom and hands-on instruction here at the Laser College in Denver.

What is the course content?

Instruction for laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal and laser skin rejuvenation including IPL color correction, ablative fractional Co2 and non-ablative fractional 1540nm for texture issues, and radio frequency for skin tightening.  The course is given by 20 hours of on-line instruction taken on your computer at your pace, then 40 hours of classroom and hands-on practice on live models here at the Laser College in Denver. All textbooks and handouts are included.  Please see Certified Laser Specialist© Course for a detailed synopsis of the course.

Do I have to be an esthetician or have any medical background to work with lasers?

The Colorado Department of Higher Education requires all Colorado residents to be a licensed esthetician or cosmetologist, or hold another form of medical licensure to take our course. Our course is designed to get you a job in the cosmetic laser industry. The majority of employers will want you to also perform facials, microderms, waxing, chemical peels and other services that only a licensed esthetician can legally perform. So you will be at a disadvantage when applying for a job if you can’t perform other services.

Do you teach Botox and fillers?

No. Our course teaches cosmetic laser services.