Platelet Rich Plasma Training Course Knowledge Hub

Are you a medically qualified nurse, doctor, dentist or surgeon looking to enroll in our Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Training course? Then read this summary of  our delegate’s most frequently asked questions plus useful information and articles relating to PRP Training.

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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 must also be experienced in taking blood as this is part of the training course.

Here at Cosmetic Courses 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 must also be experienced in taking blood as this is part of the training course.

We offer 1 one day Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Training course which once completed will enable you to treat 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.

Due to the nature and equipment used in the training course we recommend that only medical professionals train in PRP.

Yes you can. We will require your NMC number to book you onto the course.

To attend this course we do require you to be able to take blood. You will therefore need to take a phlebotomy course before attending.

Here at Cosmetic Courses we only train medical professionals including Surgeons, Doctors, Dentists, Nurses and Midwives within aesthetics to ensure safety within the specialty.

Unfortunately this course is only available to medical staff who are doctors, dentists or nurses with a license to practice. Therefore phlebotomists will not be able to attend the platelet rich plasma training.

You will need to take our one day Platelet Rich Plasma Rich Therapy Training Course and receive our competency certificate to be able to administer the treatment.

No you can attend our PRP course without completing a Botox and Dermal Filler Training Course?

Yes. The technique you will learn on our PRP Course is the same if you were treating the face or hair. The products requires are different but the theory and techniques are the same.

No. The technique you learnt on our PRP Course is the same if you were treating the face or hair. The products requires are different but the theory and techniques are the same.

We use Cellenis machines and kits in our Training Courses.

We can provide the Cellenis starter kit which you can order before, on the day or after you have completed the course. The Kit includes

  • Cellenis PRP machine
  • Balance tube
  • 3 starter kits enough to treat 3 patients

Yes, you can attend our Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Training Course  if you are new to the industry. Once you have completed this course and would like to expand your skill set to include Botox and Dermal Fillers you will be required to completed at Botox and Dermal Filler Foundation Training Course.

Our Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Training Course costs £540.00 including VAT

We have two out of our six locations within the UK for our Platelet Rich Plasma Training including:

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

Yes, we have PRP training videos available on our online academy here. We also have video content on our YouTubeFacebook and Instagram platforms.

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Training Course Articles

What to look for in a Platelet Rich Plasma training course
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What to look for in a Platelet Rich Plasma training course

Recently at Cosmetic Courses we have seen an influx of Platelet Rich Plasma training course enquiries. As with any course, it’s important to do your research before booking on especially when it comes to the products the course is using. The world of PRP is vast and should not be seen as a one size fits all treatments. Multiple courses are needed to cover the different areas such as hair, face, and body along with understanding different client needs and managing expectations.
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