What qualifications do you need to train in Threads?
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. As well as being a medical professional you need to be an experienced practitioner.
Can you do the PDO Thread Lift Training Course 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 train in Thread Lifts?
We recommend that only medical professionals train in Thread lift and any other aesthetic treatments.
I’m a non-prescribing nurse, am I able to train?
If you are a nurse and an experienced practitioner yes you can. We will require your NMC number to book you onto the course.
Can non-medics train in Thread Lifts?
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 Thread Lift as a treatment?
- Have a thorough understanding of the facial anatomy and are competent in assessing the face as a whole.
- Competent in advanced dermal filler techniques which must include: non-surgical facelift and cheek re-volumisation, along with experience using a cannula and are practicing these techniques regularly.
- Confident with local aesthetic injections.
Do I have to complete a Botox and Dermal Filler Training Course before I can attend the Thread Lift Training Course?
Our Thread lift courses are suitable for advanced practitioners. You will be required to provide evidence of your training courses you have attended or portfolio of your experience and skills to show you are competent before attending the course.
Once I have completed one of the Thread Lift Training Course, can I practicing?
If you have received a certificate a competency then you can start practicing.
What is the difference between PDO and Silhouette Soft Threads?
The difference between the PDO Threads and Silhouette Soft Threads are
- PDO are generally smaller, smooth or barbed and can be used on smaller areas as well as lifting jowls and jawline and cheeks.
- Silhouette Soft which are much longer and have a cone technology and are used for full facial / jawline repositioning.
Do you need to be CQC registered to treat Thread Lifts?
Yes you are required to be CQC registered to offer PDO Threads or Silhouette Soft Thread Lifts within your clinic.
If I have attended the Thread Lift Training Course can I apply the same techniques to the neck area?
No, the face and neck areas have different techniques and we therefore recommend a further training course is taken for the neck area.
Can I order products through Cosmetic Courses?
Yes, we can provide the N-Finder PDO Threads used in the PDO Thread Lift Training Course. If you would like to purchase the Silhouette Soft Threads you will need to contact Global Pharmaceutical Company, Sinclair Pharma.
I have attended the PDO Thread Lift Training Course can I use other Threads?
No, our PDO Thread Lift Training course will train you in using N-Finder Threads. Therefore you can only use these products within your treatments.
How much does it cost to train to do PDO Thread Lift Training Course?
The price of our PDO Thread Lift Training Course can be found by clicking here.
How much does it cost to train in Silhouette Soft Training Course?
The price of our Silhouette Soft Training Course can be found by clicking here.