SIB70110 Graduate Certificate in IPL & Laser Hair Reduction

This course was developed for new or experienced IPL operators who wish to gain a government accredited qualification. The course covers the theoretical and clinical competencies required to safely and effectively perform IPL or laser permanent hair reduction. Completing this qualification exclusively through AACDS, will also provide you with an official IPL/Laser Safety Officer’s Certificate recognised by Queensland Radiation Health and the Radiological Council of Western Australia.

Course fee

$3,625

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Admission requirements

  • Certificate IV or Diploma of Beauty Therapy
  • Diploma minimum in a health-related field
  • Evidence of significant and relevant vocational experience

Course duration and study commitment

    • Theory
    • The theoretical component of the course is delivered online via audio presentation over a 18-week period, requiring approximately five hours of study per week. On completion of this module, students are awarded with an official IPL/Laser Safety Officer’s Certificate approved by QLD Radiation Health and the WA Radiological Council.
    • Practical
    • Practical training is available monthly and delivered over three consecutive days in cosmetic clinics located in Sydney, Gold Coast, Perth and Melbourne.
    • Self-Guided Study & Assessment
    • Prior to receiving the qualification, students are required to complete all assessments associated with the theory and practical units.

Study modes available

      • Online, with practical training available in Sydney, Perth, Gold Coast and Melbourne

Further Learning Pathway

For candidates currently performing or wanting to increase their scope of practice to encompass all dermal therapies (chemical peels, skin needling, microdermabrasion, IPL photo rejuvenation and fractionated laser), only AACDS offers a dual, nationally accredited qualification in both dermal therapies and intense pulsed light/Laser. This dual qualification is an effective way of decreasing training costs and increasing employability skills.

Core theory units

Code
Cluster
1.1BCDSLBT801A Analyse light-based therapies used in cosmetic medicine
(Unit incorporates a Laser Safety Officer’s Certificate approved by QLD Radiation Health and the WA Radiological Council)
SIBHRS705A Apply intense pulsed light and laser safety protocols
Pre 2.2HRBSBMED303B Maintain infection control standards in office practice settings (theory component)

Core practical units

Code
Cluster
2.2HR Completed over a full time 3-day blockSIBBHRS706A Design intense pulsed light and laser hair reduction treatment plans
SIBBHRS702A Provide intense pulsed light and laser hair reduction treatments
SIBHRS705A Apply intense pulsed light and laser safety protocols (practical component)
HLTIN402C Maintain infection control standards in office practice settings (practical component)

Core research unit

Code
Cluster
SIBBRES702ASIBBRES702A Investigate developments in cosmetic treatments using light or laser systems

 


COURSE AT A GLANCE

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

Certificate IV or Diploma of Beauty Therapy OR Diploma minimum in health-related field OR vocational experience

COURSE MODE

Part Time | Single Unit

STUDY MODES

Online plus practical

COURSE START

Monthly start dates


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