FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is Allure Laser Institute an Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency approved school?
Yes! ALI is a registered laser education school with the Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency (ARRA). All graduates of our school are able to apply for certification with the state to legally operate non-ionizing / cosmetic lasers upon receipt.
Why should I choose Allure Laser Institute?
Simply put, we care about your success. Allure Laser Institute is one of the few aesthetic laser education centers located within an actual retail medical spa. You’ll learn with individuals CURRENTLY in the field and use the very equipment you’ll potentially use on clients upon graduation.
Our instructors have years of combined training and experience in medical and laser aesthetics.
Do you accept students from outside of Arizona?
Absolutely! We offer both on-site and distance learning courses to students across the nation. Exceptions are residents in Texas and Florida. Each of these states has their own regulatory agency, so you must attend school in that state to be eligible for certification.
Do you offer job placement assistance?
Each of our graduates is provided with post-graduate assistance in both job placement and business start-up.
Are there any prerequisites to your laser training courses?
In the state of Arizona, there are no prerequisites for aesthetic laser training. Anyone with a passion for helping clients look and feel their personal best is encouraged to apply.
How many hours of school is required for certification?
Arizona requires that before applying for certification, that each student receive 40 hours of didactic training and a minimum of 24 hours of hands-on training. All of our courses comply with Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency (ARRA) requirements, so attending our institute will allow you to apply for certification with ARRA. Here at Allure Laser Institute, we offer up to 128 hours of laser education, so that you feel confident in your skills.