What qualifications do you need to train in Botox?
You must be medically qualified as a surgeon, doctor, dentist or nurse with a current registration with the GMC, GDC or NMC, or equivalent if you are an overseas delegate.
How long does it take to train in Botox and become an injector?
We offer 1 one day Botox and Filler Foundation Course which once completed will enable you to treat patients. We also offer the Level 7 Diploma in Injectables for Clinical Aesthetic Treatments. This is a VTCT regulated qualification that is based on competency of injecting skills and can take anything up to 12 months to complete.
Can you do aesthetics without being a nurse?
To train with us at Cosmetic Course we require you to be a registered Doctor, Dentist or Nurse with current registration with the GDC, GMC or NMC.
Can beauticians administer Botox?
Botox is a prescription medication, therefore we only train medical professionals in administering Botox.
Who can prescribe Botox?
Botox is a prescription medication and therefore can only be prescribed by a medical professional with a prescribing qualification such as a Doctor Dentist or Nurse Prescriber.
How much does it cost to train to do Botox?
Our Botox and Dermal Filler Foundation Course costs £1020 including VAT
I’m a non-prescribing nurse can I train in Botox?
Yes you can. You will however need to work with a prescriber to complete the prescription for your patients.
How do I become a Botox Doctor in the UK?
You can become a Botox Doctor by completing one of our Botox and dermal filler training courses. We offer a wide range of courses from beginner to advanced along with the Level 7 qualification. Successful completion of our courses will result in certification and this can be used to obtain necessary insurance in order to practice these treatments within your clinic.
Can non-medics train in Botox?
Here at Cosmetic Courses we only train medical professionals including Surgeons, Doctors, Dentists, Nurses and Midwives within aesthetics to ensure safety within the specialty.
What course do you need to take to administer Botox?
You will need to take our one day Botox and Dermal Filler Foundation Training Course and receive our competency certificate to be able to administer Botox.
What is the difference between Botox and Dermal Fillers?
Dermal Fillers are largely used to add volume to the face and can be used in most areas, including Check, Chin, Jaw, Lip, Nasolabial folds, Temple and around the eye area. Botox is a prescription medication that is used to relax muscles and can be used to soften or eradicate lines. Botox can be used in the Upper and Lower areas of the face as well as the Neck area. Dermal Filler and Botox are often used together to obtain the best results for the patient.
Can I order products through Cosmetic Courses?
We can provide a small amount of products for you to get you started, we are not a wholesaler so cannot supply wholesale stock for you. If you require Botox you will need to purchase this from a pharmacy.
I am not a prescriber, how do get in touch with one so I can start practicing?
We provide this information on the day and it is also included in the booklet on the day of the course. Once you have completed the course successfully we can help you with this.
Can I do Botox Training as a beginner
Yes. Our Botox and Dermal Filler Foundation Training Course is aimed at medical professionals starting out in the industry, once you have completed this course you can then go on to more advanced courses.
Can I do Botox Training courses online?
Yes, we have a whole host of Botox training courses available online from beginner to expert.