Laser Medicine Low Level Laser Therapy Professional Training Courses

Our Low Level Laser Therapy professional training courses are recognised by the British Medical Laser Association. We train health professionals and aesthetic practitioners for the integration of Low Level Laser Therapy core principles and treatment protocols within their existing health / aesthetics service. The following modules are available either as individual learning modules, or as a complete training programme. We also deliver bespoke Low Level Laser Therapy professional training courses to organisations as requested.

Medical Class 3b Laser Therapy: Facial Aesthetics and Skin (One Day Course)

Medical Class 3b Laser Therapy: Introduction (One Day Course)
BMLA (British Medical Laser Association) Approved

Medical Class 3b Laser Therapy: Advanced Protocols (One Day Course) 


Omega Laser Systems

Laser Medicine are an Authorised Manufacturer Training Provider for Omega Laser Systems.

Please ask for more details for the supply and training of Omega Laser Systems equipment, and how we offer a fully service for health practitioners to integrate Low Level Laser into their existing health or beauty practice.

Professional Bodies

Laser Medicine follows best practice quality standards, protocols and ethics aligned with the following professional organisations.

The BMLA is the foremost society for medical lasers in the UK, representing dermatologists, plastic surgeons, nurses, technologists, scientists, beauty therapists, manufacturers and safety advisers. It represents anybody who has an interest in the application of lasers or energy-based devices in medicine and aesthetics. Among its core activities, the BMLA informs national policy, ensures continual improvement of safety and educational standards in the field of medical and aesthetic lasers, and promotes collaboration between clinical, aesthetic, scientific and manufacturing disciplines.

The Complementary Medical Association’s (The CMA) primary aim is to promote ethical, responsible, professional complementary medicine to the public and the medical profession. The CMA realises that complementary and integrative medicine is – when delivered safely and ethically – a viable and highly desirable form of healthcare. In addition, The CMA is  totally dedicated to representing “the professional face of complementary medicine” and promotes research, education and knowledge in the field. The CMA is for professional practitioners, ethical colleges and patients who demand and expect excellence in every aspect of treatment.

The European Laser Association is an umbrella association to provide a platform for European and non-European organisations with an interest in LASER and light related technology for health.

European Laser Association

WALT promotes best practice laser therapy worldwide by focusing on high quality research in photobiomodulation, giving evidence-based guidance, education and standards for best practice in low level laser therapy to its practitioners. Members share knowledge and successes with each other, providing invaluable support and guidance to an ever growing community of laser therapists.