This Professional Certificate is developed for aesthetic professionals to obtain a licence from the Radiological Council of WA to perform tattoo removal using class 4, Q-Switched 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 light-based therapies used in cosmetic medicine and dermal therapies (includes a Laser Safety Officer’s Certificate)||Online theory||Approx. 50 hours||$850|
|Analyse the principles of laser tattoo removal||Online theory||Approx. 10 hours||$250|
|Optional practical training for applicants with NO experience in class 4 Q-Switched laser modalities||Hands-on training at the Perth 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 60 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 unit's fee
Upfront payment per unit
For graduates holding a qualification from AACDS, you will be exempt from the unit CDNLBT02 Analyse light-based therapies used in cosmetic medicine and dermal therapies. 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 Analyse light-based therapies used in cosmetic medicine and dermal therapies, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
60 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