Education/Training

Virtual

One to two hours of single video conferencing ($250 per additional hour)

Can cover:

  • Basic laser usage
  • Laser treatments options
  • Contraindications
  • Fitzpatrick skin types
  • Settings and clinical endpoints for best results
  • Number of treatments needed
  • What to charge
  • Cleaning of machine
  • Basic machine maintenance (only for those who have used lasers and have basic knowledge of laser physics)

Basic machine maintenance (only for those who have used lasers and have basic knowledge of laser physics)

$750

One Hour

One hour training review via video conferencing

Covering:

  • Review of previous training
$500

On Site

Up to 8 hours of in-person training (not including travel expenses)

Can cover:

  • Hands-on laser usage
  • Help setting up most machines
  • Laser treatments options
  • Contraindications and how to avoid them
  • Fitzpatrick skin types
  • Settings and clinical endpoints for best results
  • Hands-on treatments
  • Cleaning of machine and basic machine maintenance
$2000

2 Days

Two days (up to 16 hours) of in-person training (not including travel expenses)

Can cover:

  • Hands-on laser usage
  • Help setting up most machines
  • Laser treatments options
  • Contraindications and how to avoid them
  • Skin types
  • Settings and clinical endpoints for best results
  • Up to 14 hours of hands-on training
  • Number of treatments needed and what to charge
  • Cleaning of machine and basic maintenance
  • Marketing and business review
$3000

Jeanie Lee was an early adopter of laser technology; her passion was instantaneous. She was so fascinated by this emerging industry that she remortgaged her house in order to train with the best in the business – Wally Roberts, C.M.E., at the pioneering LightSpeed School of Laser and Light Based Hair Removal in Naples, Florida. Afterwards, Jeanie went on to complete certification courses with Linda Young at what is now Rock Creek Laser and Aesthetic Institute in Colorado, Dr. Andrew Blankenau at Premiere Laser Centre of Denton in Texas and Kathleen Buschmann at the Candela Corporation.

In 2004, Jeanie opened her own laser spa in Texas, where she worked with Candela and Cutera lasers. She continued to train during that time. Later, she joined Med1 in a full-time training capacity. In 2012, Jeanie went on to work as a clinical trainer for Quanta USA lasers.

As laser technology has evolved over the years, so has Jeanie’s appreciation for its endless possibilities. She particularly enjoys teaching people how to improve lives through lasers. Through her work, Jeanie has been able to touch lives in unforeseen, personal ways. She has done everything from removing misspelled tattoos to providing confidence-boosting electrolysis that encouraged people to enter the dating pool. Jeanie enjoys helping individuals on both a small and large scale, and says there is nothing about her job that she doesn’t like.

Jeanie is currently the Director of Clinical Training for MedRepPro and Distributor for Quantel Derma. She is certified by the manufacturer in the use of all Quanta USA lasers. Additionally, she is trained in body contouring by RF and Ultrasound and microdermabrasion. She has extensive training with Cutera YAG Laser, Cutera Titan and Cutera 560 Photo Facial, Candela Gentlelase plus and Mini, Candela Yag, Candela Smoothbeam, Cynosure alex and yag, Q-Clear Q-switched Nd:YAG by Light Age Inc., MedLite C6, C4, C2 and Revlite by Hoya Conbio, Palomar MediLux , Palomar SLP 1000, Palomar EsteLux, Palomar Starlux, Palomar Icon, LaserScope Lyra and Aura, Lyra I and Aura I, Thermage ThermaCool TC System, Altus Yag and IPL Quantum by Sharplan.

Jeanie is also the inventor of the liquid paper pen.