This Professional Certificate is developed for aesthetic professionals to obtain a licence from the Radiological Council of WA to perform tattoo removal using Q-Switched, class 4 laser modalities. The course provides a holistic approach to laser practice within a cosmetic medical setting encompassing topics in:
|Unit Title||Study Mode||Duration||Fee|
|CDNLBT02 - Analyse the principles of laser and light-based therapies in a cosmetic medical context (includes a Laser Safety Officer’s Certificate)||Online theory||Approx. 30 hours||$850|
|Analyse the principles of laser tattoo removal||Online theory||Approx. 10 hours||$250|
|Optional practical unit for students with NO laser tattoo removal experience||Hands-on training in the Aspire Training Clinic||1.5 days||$1500|
As stipulated by the Radiological Council of WA, you must be currently registered with AHPRA as a Division 1 Registered Nurse AND have a minimum of five (5) years nursing experience.
The theory component of this course will take approximately 40 hours and will have a maximum of 12 weeks to complete.
The optional practical training is delivered over one day at the Aspire Training Clinic and a half day of virtual patient reviews.
Please refer to the Course structure table for each units fee
Upfront payment per unit
For graduates holding a qualification from AACDS, you will be exempt from the unit CDNLBT02 Analyse the principles of laser and light-based therapies in a cosmetic medical context. However, we do recommend you complete a refresher on the unit. You will be provided FREE access to this online unit via the AACDS Student Portal.
Upon the successful completion of CDNLBT02 Analyse the principles of laser and light-based therapies in a cosmetic medical context, students will achieve credit into the 52852WA Graduate Diploma of Cosmetic Nursing and Injectables
1. Click the link below to download a copy of our application form
2. Complete the form
3. Email your completed application form to email@example.com
For more information on the changes to the laser laws in Western Australia, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions.
Flexible, online theory plus optional hands-on training
40 Hours + 1.5 days hands-on training (optional)
Must be registered with AHPRA as a Division 1 Registered Nurse AND have a minimum of five (5) years nursing experience