This is a theory-based course, which focuses on the clinical aspects of IPL and Laser treatment and the required safety standards as outlined by the Radiation Safety Act 1999. The unit is government accredited and recognised by the two main Laser authorities; QLD Radiation Health and the Radiological Council of WA as an official Radiation/Laser Safety Officer’s Certificate.
Upon completion of this unit, it will lead to the issue of the IPL/Laser's Safety Officer's Certificate, it will not lead to the issue of a full, Nationally Recognised Qualification.
*Please note: Structure, duration of practical and choice of electives may change at any time at the discretion of AACDS.
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This is delivered via online lectures, providing you with a flexible learning approach. The curriculum consists of six online lectures and tutorial activities. Assessment is based on four clinical studies, tutorial activities and a final online assessment consisting of 80 multiple choice and short answer questions. The time commitment typically required is 4 to 5 hours per week over a 10-week period.
This is only available online.
Please Note: This is a stand-alone unit though is also delivered as a core unit in the Advanced Diploma of Cosmetic Dermal Science, the Graduate Diploma of Cosmetic Nursing and the Graduate Diploma of Dermal Therapies.
Decrease insurance issues and potential litigation
Gain credibility and confidence from your patients/clients
Laser and light physics
Understanding the mechanics of an IPL system
Clinical application of IPL permanent hair reduction
Clinical application of IPL photo rejuvenation (treatment of dyschromia and vascular lesions)
Lasers in cosmetic medicine and dermal therapies
Licensing, state regulations and future legislation change
IPL and laser risk assessment and management