National Association of Lasers & Aesthetics Institute (NALA) Gives Men & Women a Chance at a New Career as a Laser Technician in Medical Aesthetics Field
Scottsdale, Ariz. (August, 2011) – The medical aesthetics field is booming. Since 1997, there has been an increase of over 155 percent in the total number of cosmetic procedures. Nonsurgical procedures increased by 228 percent according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Laser Hair Removal and Tattoo Removal are among the top requested procedures in medical spas and doctor’s offices.
A certified aesthetic laser technician does not need prior education in most states, unlike other positions in the medical field. In just 11 days women can start a new career as a laser technician working in medical spas and doctor offices. This opens the door to anyone looking for a career with flexible hours in a growth industry or who wants to know how to become a laser technician. (NALA) the National Association of Lasers & Aesthetics is the only laser training institute that offers a condensed course for aesthetic laser technician training, focusing on the treatments that are the top money makers in the industry: Laser Hair Removal, Photofacial, Fractional and Tattoo Removal.
“While 11 days may not seem like much time, the laser technician training we provide is extensive and thorough” says Eric Jantze, the founder of NALA. “We see a lot of stay at home moms who want to get back into the work force and have flexible hours. We condensed our courses to minimize the amount of time our students are away from their family.” NALA students receive the highest quality education and extensive hands-on aesthetic laser training in a state of the art medical spa. Faculty members are experienced practicing physicians and certified instructors who also own and operate successful aesthetic medical practices throughout the United States.