Dermal Filler and Botox Basic Foundation Course

What topics are covered by the course?

FOUR DAY ATTENDENCE AND TRAINING GUIDELINE:
DAY ONE AND TWO - INTRODUCTION TO DERMAL FILLERS

Day one

Arrive and coffees (10.00)
Registration, introduction and expectations (10.00-10.15)
Structure of the training (10.15-10.30)
Break (10.30-11.00)
Lectures and interactive workshops / simulation (11.00 - 1230pm)
Health and safety in the workplace
Sharps injury and disposal
The consultation process and prescriptions

LUNCH

(1300-1730) with a coffee break
Basic life support
Anaphylaxis - recognition and management
Emergency kits - what it should contain and how to buy one
Your doctors on call - how to contact our on call doctors for emergency advice
How to use Hyalase safely - when to use it / recognise mechanism of action, how prescription in an emergency works and how to give the hyalase
Practical and to include demonstration of Hyalase injection
Our added benefits services for safety and convenience

Day two

Arrive and coffees (10.00)
introduction and expectations (10.00-10.30)
Structure of the training (10.30-11.00)
Formal written examination covering key areas of THEORY for Dermal Filler injections: Anatomy, Physiology, Products and Complications. This will highlight early on if any important areas need to be covered in more detail for the students (11.00 - 1200)

- Break for lunch -
Practical session commences - (12.30 - 1800) - and in total on average we have scope for one model per 30 minutes on both of the Dermal filler days, so that’s a potential for 10 in total for a class size of maximum 4, which will give good hands on experience, as the way we train is to allow several people the opportunity to be involved with each patient - e.g. splitting into the phases of treatment, which allows the trainees to understand the concept of the treatment process. That would be - consultation, consent, marking up, readying equipment, performing the injection, providing advice and aftercare.

DAY THREE AND FOUR BOTOX FOUNDATION COURSE

Day three
Arrive and coffees (10.00)
introduction and expectations (10.00 – 10.30)
Structure of the training (10.30 – 11.00)
Formal written examination covering key areas of THEORY for Botox Application: Anatomy, Physiology, Products and Complications. This will highlight early on if any important areas need to be covered in more detail for the students (11.00 - 1200)

- Break for lunch -
Practical session commences - (12.30 - 1800) - and in total on average we have one model per 30 minutes on both the botox and days, so that’s a potential of 10 in total for a class size of 4, which will give good hands on experience, as the way we train is to allow several people the opportunity to be involved with each patient - e.g. splitting into the phases of treatment, which allows the trainees to understand the concept of the treatment process. That would be - consultation, consent, marking up, readying equipment, performing the injection, providing advice and aftercare.


Day four
Observed Treatment Process Examination
The participants will be tested on the following key facets of safe practical care:
Consultation process - rapport and understanding what the client wants
Safe consent
Marking and photographs
Technical skill of injection
Atercare provision and safety netting (eg if this happens do this / call me)
1 model will be provided for Botulinum (3 area) treatment and 1 - 2 clients for filler to ensure that each of the key anatomical areas covered are observed.

Morning = Botulinum (0900 - 1230)

Afternoon = Botulinum and Option Dermal fillers (1330 - 1630)

Conclusion
Candidates given session and refreshments and discussion regarding Case Studies and further support. (1700 - 1800)

Who should attend?

This fully comprehensive and insurable course offers training to ALL BEAUTY THERAPISTS WHO HAVE QUALIFIED IN NVQ LEVEL 2 AND 3 PRE-REQUISITES AS WELL AS MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS, DENTAL NURSE AND SEN/SRN

What will I be able to do on completion?

AFTER SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE
You'll need a prescriber for Botox but not for dermal filler. The rules are different because Botox is a MEDICINE whereas filler is a MEDICAL DEVICE. Details will be covered within this course.

You will need your Level 3 NVQ in order to attend this course- We do a FAST TRACK 14 day course. You will also need just 2 x basic accredited courses in: Facials and Waxing (these progress you onto two of the units in Level 3 which are Electrical Facials/Body and Electrolysis).
We have an option to do each course separately or combined: Dermal Fillers and Botox
With Botox you will need a Prescriber but with Dermal Fillers you will not
Our Aesthetic Nurse provides support after the course as well as during
Course dates are bespoked to suit your needs and requirements
Course dates can be split up to suit working restrictions
Training can be one to one
We are a private training establishment that offers anonymity to our Celebrity students
Discounts offered for being a Model

How will I be assessed?

Assessments, Assignment and exam paper.

There is an option to complete these separately or combined.:
Dermal Filler
Botulinium (Botox)

A discount is offered if both are booked

Guide Price: 2500 per Course

Delivery: Classroom
Category: Health & Medical »
Duration: 4 Days Total
Qualification: Diploma insured by 2 leading insurers

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