Laser Training Schools in South Carolina

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How to Become a Laser Technician in South Carolina

South Carolina Laser Technician Careers At a Glance
  • You must renew your license every 3 years.
  • Average salary for laser training in South Carolina is $28,330 .
  • There is a predicted 12.2% job increase between 2012 - 2022.

Finding a great career is one of the best ways to ensure you are happy with your life. After all, if you plan on spending 40 hours a week at your job, you should like where you are! That's why a career in the cosmetology industry is such a natural choice. In cosmetology, there is always something new to learn and you can look forward to working with a variety of people every day. If you are passionate about beauty and technology, consider attending one of the several SC laser training schools listed below. At these schools, you can learn how to use laser technology to significantly reduce hair growth. With repeated procedures, some clients even see a complete end to unwanted body hair. You may use this skill to work in many different settings.

State License Requirements

Keep in mind that the use of lasers is regulated by the South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners. In order to work in this field, you must work in a place with a medical director. On-site and off-site supervision are both legal in South Carolina, so you should be confident enough to let your medical director feel comfortable about letting you work alone.

Education Details

In any cosmetology specialty, education is important. However, education is particularly crucial for aspiring laser technicians. When used incorrectly, a laser can cause serious damage to skin and organs. To keep your clients safe and provide high-quality service, you must complete a comprehensive training program before you began working with clients. All South Carolina laser training schools create their own curricula.

As you compare your options, try to look for schools that cover the following topics in their courses:

  • Skin disorders
  • Principles of laser therapy
  • History of lasers
  • Anatomy of the skin and hair
  • Skin types
  • Skin histology
  • Laser physics
  • Laser safety
  • Laser techniques
  • Complications and contraindications

One of the biggest factors in your school selection should be practical experience. In your career, you may perform laser hair removal on a variety of skin types and body parts, and you should feel confident about all of them. The more procedures you take part in as a student, the more prepared you may be to begin working.

License Renewal

3 Years

License renewal period

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Continuing education required

South Carolina laser techs should consider taking a course or program recognized by the National Council on Laser Certification (NCLC). This organization is responsible for setting the standards for practitioners in this area of healthcare and cosmetology. If you work in an occupation that is related to those fields, consider taking a program or course recognized by the NCLC. Upon completion, you can register with this organization and renew every three years. Just submit this application, along with a $95 fee.

South Carolina Laser Training Careers


Average yearly salary for laser training in South Carolina

Once you can properly use a laser, you may be able to benefit from ongoing job growth in South Carolina. Between 2012 and 2022, O*Net believes that job openings for South Carolina skin care specialists may increase 40% (2016). The average salary for a South Carolina skin care specialist is currently $28,330 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016). In South Carolina, you may find openings at hair removal clinics, spas, and salons.

Three common job options available to South Carolina hair removal and skin care technicians are entrepreneurship, salon work, and medical work. As entrepreneurs, technicians may work from home or open practices. As salon employees, technicians may work in clean spaces set aside salon clientele. As employees in medical facilities, technicians would likely work with the doctors under their supervision. Job growth data says hair South Carolina removal and skin care technicians have a rich job outlook

Contact the South Carolina State Board of Cosmetology

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