The Certified Laser Specialist® (CLS) course teaches everything you need to know about cosmetic lasers so you can provide laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal, laser skin rejuvenation, and laser body contouring. Rocky Mountain Laser College’s curriculum is approved by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Division of Private Occupational Schools Board. This 6 day course is all you need to accelerate your career.
Colorado residents must have a Cosmetologist or Esthetician license, or be a licensed medical professional. Find more information on state requirements here.
Our course is in TWO parts: 20 hours online studied at your own pace, and 40 hours (6 days) of hands-on here at the Rocky Mountain Laser College in Denver, Colorado. The hands-on portion starts Monday morning and we are complete by Saturday at noon. Course cost includes tuition, hotel stay, lunches, RMLC workbooks, live models and transportation to and from the hotel each day. A $500 credit will be given to those students who don’t need a hotel.
Our course catalog can be downloaded HERE .
VA students using their Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits please see our VA-Catalog.
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The Rocky Mountain Laser College is now including didactic training in the newest and hottest technology, NON-INVASIVE BODY CONTOURING!
So what’s all the hype about? When we reach puberty, our body is done creating fat cells. The cells we have can get bigger and hold more, but our body does not create more cells. So the idea is if we can damage the fat cells, they can’t hold the fat and we won’t get bigger!
There are three ways to reduce the size or number of fat cells in our bodies. We can heat the fat cells to cause their destruction, we can freeze the fat cells to cause their destruction or we can blast the fat cells with very specific wavelengths of laser light to cause their destruction. We teach all three types and the pros and cons of each!
This unit instructs students in the importance of laser safety and laser physics. This must be taken first for the safety of both the student and the instructors.
This unit instructs students in the aspect of providing a treatment that is both effective and tolerable. Students will be able to observe tissue interaction in relation to the laser treatment, prior to hands-on application.
This unit instructs students on how to determine a client’s skin type, which is a necessity in providing an effective laser treatment. Students will learn hair biology and growth cycles, then learn to determine which energy level should be used in treating clients.
This unit instructs students on the importance of determining the proper amounts of energy, depth of penetration and what the laser is attracted to (chromophore) in respect to the patient’s skin and hair type.
This unit instructs students on the types of lasers and their uses. Watch clinic director Jess Brune perform a Co2
This unit instructs students to understand how to interact with the client during the initial consultation and how to treat a client before, during and after the treatment, which will make the aesthetic laser process easier for both practitioner and client.
We promote best practices and evidence based learning.