Tattoo Removal Course

Who is this course for?

  • Firstly, anyone interested in Tattoo Removal.
  • Anyone wanting to start a new Tattoo Removal business.
  • People who already work within a laser clinic and would like to expand their skill set.
  • Last but not least, businesses wishing to add extra revenue to their clinic.


Laser Safety Certificate

You will be required to provide the original or a certified copy of your certificate.
The below link will take you to a website to complete your laser safety online training.

Tattoo Removal Course Information

Hands-on Training Curriculum

Laser-Tattoff believes that the most effective way to learn how to do laser tattoo removal,
is to actually do it!
Our course features a significant hands-on training section
This will reinforce and introduce didactic subjects.
Some of the topics covered during the tattoo removal training include:

Assessing Tattoos
Treatment Protocols
Laser Physics
Laser Safety and Compliance
Patient Care and Processing
Clinic Marketing

This course provides an in-depth understanding and knowledge of all aspects of Tattoo Removal.
During this course, we will cover:

  • Laser science and physiological process behind the removal of tattoos.
  • Client consultation, designing treatment programs and providing the treatment.
  • Pre and post care, as well as possible complications you may be faced with.
  • We are a training institution that can tailor a small package to suit your staff .
  • We have the educational background and experience from working within the industry.

Subjects that will be covered include:

  • Laser Safety Protocols
  • Maintaining Infection Control Standards
  • Tissue interactions during Tattoo Removal Treatments
  • Differences in Laser Technology within Tattoo Removal
  • Client Consultation
  • Complications and hard to treat tattoos
  • Hygiene and sterilisations
  • Equipment setup and operation
  • Laser techniques
  • Contraindications
  • Application of Topical anaesthetic creams
  • Aftercare

In addition to what you can learn during the training sessions, students will also be enjoying the following perks:

  • Supplies and materials will be provided by the college.
  • You will be trained using medical grade equipment
  • Small class sizes to guarantee a personal and student focused training session to suit individual learning.
  • For salons, we can offer a maximum of 6 students per class.
  • Access to ongoing support from your trainer once your course has been completed.
  • Student discounts on our products and tools.

Last but not least:
After successfully gaining your qualification we will provide up to 12 months mentorship.


The course is conducted face to face and online:
Theory and practical assessments will be undertaken.


$2,500.00 – Includes all training material and practical activities.

Length of Course:

Two days of theory and practical application.
Most days are 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Course includes:

  • Comprehensive training manual
  • Theory and Practical Components
  • Ongoing mentoring and support.
  • Certificate on completion


We are now taking enrolments for the below course.

Thursday 27 April 2023

Please click on the above date for further information.

How can I pay for the course?

Payments can be made via Credit/Debit Card (Visa, MasterCard), as well as PayPal.

Please call us to arrange payment.

Call: 0432054650



January 20 2022 Posted at 11:21 pm

How to avoid scarring after laser tattoo removal

No one likes to look at an ugly tattoo that they regret getting. Luckily, there are means to have them safely removed. Laser tattoo removal is a great way to get rid of unwanted tattoos. The following few tips can help with preventing scarring after laser tattoo removal.

How to Prevent Scarring After Laser Tattoo Removal

There are a few things that you can do if you are worried about preventing scarring they are as follows:

  • Find a reputable tattoo removal studio
  • Stay hydrated
  • Stop smoking or cut down dramatically
  • Wear sunscreen and avoid sun
  • Do not pick scabs

The above will help ensure that you are not going to have scars in the shape of the tattoo. And that you are not going to have to deal with things like blisters, scabs and pain and possible infection. Taking the time to pay attention and follow these steps is exactly what to do to prevent scarring.

Reputable Removal Studio

The first and most important thing to prevent scarring is to find a reputable studio. You want to check the references, the education and any certifications that they might hold. You also want to ask as many questions as you can. It is important that the studio you are having your treatment done in is reputable. And that they are also transparent and are willing to talk with you about the process.

Stay Hydrated

When it comes to healing from a laser tattoo removal process, your body does need hydration in order to create the blood cells and the blood flow that is needed to help regenerate skin and to help heal the area. You should stay hydrated and try to avoid things that are going to make it hard for your body to heal. A laser hair removal is a treatment where skin cells are intentionally damaged so that new cells will heal over top. You need hydration to be able to do that.

Stop Smoking or Cut Down

Smoking is hard on all parts of the body. It makes it hard to heal from things like laser tattoo removal. When you are dealing with healing, you want to make sure your body is as healthy as possible. Smoking can arrest the healing process and make it harder to heal the area where the laser removal has been done.

Wear Sunscreen and Avoid the Sun

When trying to find out what to do to prevent scarring, wearing sunscreen and avoiding the sun is one of the best things that you can do. These new skin cells that grow after the laser treatment are going to be very delicate, they are also going to be very sensitive to things like intense sunlight and direct sunlight. You should wear a gentle sunscreen over the area, cover it with loose clothing, and avoid the sun when you can.

Do Not Pick Scabs

The last thing to keep in mind is that you should avoid picking scabs and blisters. We know they can be itchy, they can be bumpy and gross, and they can be annoying, but scabs grow to help heal the skin beneath them. If your skin has scabbed up, it has done it for a reason. You should allow the scab to heal and fall off on its own and you should also avoid popping any blisters that might pop up. For the most part, if your treatment is not super aggressive and is gentler, you may not have any scabbing or blistering. If you do, however, you should leave them be and let your skin heal itself.

Above all else, give yourself time to heal and follow the directions and the overall care instructions that your particular technician tells you. They will provide a set of care instructions that are designed to help you heal faster and to help you heal better. They are the professionals and they know what it takes to help you heal the way that you need to. Taking the time to follow all instructions carefully is the best means of preventing scarring and making sure that your tattoo removal goes the way you want it to.