NCLC Laser Certified TM
National Council on Laser Certification
National Council on Laser Certification
• Certified Aesthetic Laser Operator (includes Hair Removal Specialist)
• Certified Laser Hair Removal Specialist
• Certified Laser Hair Removal Supervisor
• Certified Medical Laser Safety Officer (CLSO/M)
• Certified Laser Repair Technician
Training Programs
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Individuals who have had proper training with any organization may make application for Laser Certification by taking the exams and meeting the other requirements of certification. You may schedule testing with proctors who are available worldwide See Exam Locations and download the Certification Handbook for requirements (both links at the left)

The NCLC itself does not offer training but our parent non-profit training organization and affiliates do.  We would recommend that if you need initial training to qualify to take the NCLC exams that you utilize these groups (see affiliates & training at the left). These groups are also authorized to administer the NCLC exams to qualified individuals at the end of their training courses which makes testing very convenient for the student, and you benefit from the intensive review session provided prior to examination.
Laser Certifications
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a not-for-profit credentialing board affiliated with, but independent of
Professional Medical Education Association

Tel: 800-435-3131, or 614-883-1739
info@LaserCertification.org
BECOME A
CERTIFIED MEDICAL LASER SAFETY OFFICER
Hospitals/Clinics/Offices
See the CLSO/M for that Certification.
NEWS UPDATE:
The State of Oregon has approved the NCLC Aesthetic Operator and Laser Hair Removal Certifications for licensing in that State. Jan 2017

The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has approved the NCLC Aesthetic Laser Operator Certifications for licensing of practitioners in the United Arab Emirates including physicians.
NOTE REGARDING OREGON'S UPCOMING LICENSING REQUIREMENT: (Sept 2017)
We won't go into Oregon's law here, but by the first of 2018 everyone will need to meet the requirements to be grandfathered in. Two of the pathways to do this involve obtaining the NCLC Aesthetic Laser Certification, or taking our Laser Training Institute's online training program. There are some ETA testing centers for Certifications in the Pacific Northwest, but we have an individual exam proctor in Portland Oregon for this as well - Mary Nielsen. There are scheduled dates now in Portland to accommodate Oregon's requirement. Those exams will be administered Oct 30th, Nov 13 & 27, and Dec 4. If you don't pass the first time you must wait 30 days for a retest. You'll need to complete an application and be approved, then let us know that you want to test with Mary in Portland. We'll notify her and put you in touch, and send the exams to her. For more requirements on Oregon licensing you'll need to contact the State directly. The training requirement for that Certification is 24 hrs in Aesthetic Lasers and IPL. That does not include other aesthetic devices such as RF or Ultrasound, or injectables.Download and read the Certification Handbook.