Aesthetic Training for Doctors, Dentists and Nurses Knowledge Hub

Are you a medically qualified nurse, doctor, dentist or surgeon looking to start a career in aesthetics? Then read this summary of  our delegate’s most frequently asked questions plus useful information and articles relating to aesthetics.

The majority of our delegates are from the NHS. Working in the aesthetics industry bring less regulation, more time with patients, better work lift balance along with financial benefits. If you are new to aesthetics we recommend you start with our Botox and Dermal Filler Foundation Training Course. From here we suggest your start practicing your new skills on family and friends and then come back to use for further training.

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.

You can become an aesthetic 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.

By attending one of our aesthetic training courses in Botox and dermal fillers, we provide a whole range from beginner to expert also focusing on specific treatment and product areas. 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.

By attending one of our aesthetic training courses in Botox and dermal fillers, we provide a whole range from beginner to expert also focusing on specific treatment and product areas. 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.

Yes, Dentists, Dental Hygienists and Dental Nurses can start a career in the aesthetics industry. You must have a current registration with the GDC or equivalent if you are an overseas delegate.

As long as you have a current registration with the NMC you can train with Cosmetic Courses.

Yes you can. You will however need to work with a prescriber if you are wishing to train in Botox to complete the prescription for your patients.

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.

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.

Here at Cosmetic Courses we only train medical professionals.

Yes. At Cosmetic Courses we only train medical professionals such as a surgeons, doctors, dentists or nurses and have a current registration with a governing body. We would need to see copies of your medical certificates and registration and we would only be able to certify you to practice in the country that you are registered in. 

Cosmetic Courses require you to be a medical professional with a current registration with your governing body. We will require you to send these through prior to training with us. Once you have completed your training you will only be able to practice in the country of your medical qualification.

We have six locations within the UK for our range of aesthetic training courses including:

Yes, we have a whole host of Aesthetic training courses  available online from beginner to expert.

Yes, we have dermal filler training videos available on our online academy here. We also have video content on our YouTube, Facebook and Instagram platforms.

Cosmetic Courses offer a range of aesthetic training courses from beginner to expert. We also offer full or half day bespoke courses which can be tailored to meet your needs and cover specific treatments. We have course coordinators that are experienced in the industry and will advise you which course is most suitable for you based on your previous experience.

If you don’t have any previous experience in aesthetic treatments we recommend you start with our Botox and Dermal Filler Foundation Training Course, the cost of this is £1020 incl VAT. If you have previous experience and would like to expand your knowledge and skills we offer bespoke courses or advanced courses, these start from £780 inc VAT. We offer 0% finance on all of our courses.

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Cosmetic Courses CQC Registered “Good”

We are delighted to announce that our head office in Buckinghamshire received the title of "good" by our CQC inspection. CQC carried out an announced comprehensive inspection at Cosmetic Courses on 25 April 2022. Cosmetic Courses was registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in November 2019. CQC carried out this first rated inspection as part of their regulatory functions. The inspection was undertaken to check whether we were meeting the legal requirements and regulations associated with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014.
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Using Dermal Filler In The Jaw | VIDEO

Clinical Director of Cosmetic Courses and Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Mr Adrian Richards discusses the use of dermal filler in the jaw in this video. The number one area for dermal fillers as we've mentioned before is the cheeks. The number two would be the lips and number three jaw. If your patient is looking to define the jaw, we can use dermal filler injections in this area to make it more prominent. Dermal filler would draw her jaw backwards and give a her a defined jawline, whilst accentuating the angles of the face. When treating the face, it is important to look at the face as whole and adopt a holistic approach. This means that if you are treating the jaw, perhaps the cheeks would benefit from some additional volume to produce a proportioned face.
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Using Dermal Filler In The Lips | VIDEO

In this video, Medical Director of Cosmetic Courses Mr Adrian Richards looks at the use of dermal filler in the lips. By using different techniques including needle and cannula practitioners are able to reshape, define and add volume to the lips. Fast becoming one of the most popular treatments, lip filler can look subtle or dramatic depending on the clients preference.