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Discover the world of Epionce skincare, available to purchase at our clinics and postal service by contacting the team on 01844 390110 / [email protected]
Are you a Dentist looking for the right Botox Courses? Our Botox Courses for Dentists have been tailored around the needs of medical professionals, helping you to enter the world of medical aesthetics and develop a successful business.
The lucrative industry of medical aesthetics is continually evolving, providing dentists with a valuable area to move or expand their services into. Botox and Dermal Fillers are often said to go hand in hand with dentistry, as professionals who already have training in oral and maxillofacial areas.
Botox Courses for Dentists has added benefits and value for both dentists and their patients. For example, Dermal Fillers can be used to enhance cosmetic dentistry work. Botox can also assist with non-cosmetic procedures by relaxing facial muscles and helping with symptoms experienced by those with Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction. Botox treatments can usually be administered between 4 to 6 months apart, so they can even be incorporated into a patient’s routine check-up.
Dentists often make successful aesthetic practitioners thanks to their wide range of transferable skills. For example, you’ll already have an in-depth understanding of facial anatomy and injectables. Dentists are also used to working around the mouth and facial areas, so are familiar with many of the concepts covered, often giving you a head start. You may even have experience in cosmetic dentistry already and would like to receive a formal qualification or to develop your skills further.
Medical aesthetics, such as Botox training for dentists, is a highly rewarding field to move into. Professionals find numerous benefits of taking this path, including the control it gives them over their career and the increased contact time they can offer to patients. It often provides a solution for those struggling with their work-life balance, giving you greater flexibility over how and when you work.
The improved remuneration possibilities mean your earning potential will also be higher than when working in the NHS. You may even attract a new clientele to your clinic, as Botox and Dermal Filler treatments can give you the edge over your competitors.
We have a selection of facial aesthetic courses for dentists. To start your journey, we’d recommend you begin with one of the following training routes.
This full-day Botox course for dentists introduces you to the world of Botox and Dermal Fillers, covering theoretical, practical and business basics.
Our Level 7 injectables course is an accredited qualification, providing comprehensive training in medical aesthetic techniques.
If you’re interested in our Botox Courses for Dentists, call now on 01844 390110 to find out more.
If you’re a nurse looking for the right Botox Courses for Nurses, why not complete your training with one of the UK’s longest-established course providers in medical aesthetics? Our Botox and Dermal Filler courses support you to develop your confidence and skills in an exciting, thriving industry.
Registered nurses and midwives are taking the leap and moving into medical aesthetics. Half of those who attend our Botox and Dermal Filler training programmes are nurses, and this is often due to the number of transferable skills you have to offer.
Non-prescribing nurses can also train in Botox, but you’ll require a doctor, dentist or nurse prescriber to provide your patient with a face to face consultation before you can administer anything. Therefore, you may like to eventually consider completing a Non-Medical prescribing (V300) course after gaining some experience in medical aesthetics. Alternatively, you could also train in other non-prescription treatments, such as Dermal Fillers, chemical peels or PRP.
As a growing industry, medical aesthetics provides registered nurses and midwives with an opportunity to not only improve their earning potential but gain a better work-life balance. The red tape of working in the NHS often leads to reduced patient contact time and a lack of flexible hours. Medical aesthetics is a rewarding field to work in because it gives nurses greater control over the way they work and the standards of care they can provide.
When considering the right Botox course for nurses, we recommend starting with either of the following two training programmes:
One of the most popular courses for nurses to start with is our Foundation Botox and Dermal Filler Training. This is our entry-level course which provides the basic knowledge you’ll need to practice in these treatments. Once more experienced, we have over 20 other training courses to help you move into more advanced areas.
You may also like to consider our Level 7 Certificate in Injectables, of which the foundation course forms the first part. It’s an Ofqual-accredited qualification covering 277 hours of learning time for more comprehensive training in Botox and Dermal Fillers.
If you’re interested in our Botox Courses for Nurses, call now on 01844 390110 to find out more.
Cosmetic Courses 3rd Annual conference is back for a 3rd year running. The one day conference will comprise workshops, seminars and live demonstrations all by leading experts within the aesthetics industry. The programme will be delivered by the following industry experts.
|9.00 – 9.15||Cosmetic Courses 3rd annual conference welcome speech||Mr Adrian Richards
|9.15 – 9.45||Consultation and long term treatment planning||Mel Recchia & Dr Fiona Durban,
|9.45 – 10.30||Facial contouring demonstration using dermal fillers||Mel Recchia & Dr Fiona Durban,
|11.00 – 11.30||The importance of reputable and reliable suppliers||Paul Wheeler,
Atavanis UK Limited
|11.30 – 12.00||The importance of Medical Malpractice||Eddie Hooker
|12.00 – 12.45||How to build your aesthetic business and the new SPARK initiative||Chris Gill & John Campbell
|1.45 – 2.45||Lip augmentation demonstration, complex approach for full face treatment||Dr Olha Vorodyukhina
Clinical Lead Nottingham, Cosmetic Courses
|3.00 – 3.30||How to recognise and manage complications should they arise||Dr Fiona Durban
|3.30 – 4.00||My success story||Dr Olha Vorodykhina
Clinical Lead Nottingham
|4.00 – 4.30||An overview and update on the JCCP||Professor David Sines JCCP|
|4.30 – 5.00||Q&A | Cosmetic Courses 3rd annual conference||All industry experts|
The event will take place on Saturday 8th June 2019 at the Royal Society of Medicine, London. Tickets are £95 + VAT
Whether you are looking to kick-start your career in aesthetics or wanting to build your personal development and professional skills, try our award-winning Botox® training for medical professionals. We offer our foundation course to surgeons, doctors, nurses and dentists who have an up to date registration.
As an established training provider for over 16 years, Cosmetic Courses has trained over 6000 professionals in Botox ® and dermal filler techniques, supporting them to set up their own successful clinics.
Botox® and dermal fillers demand is increasingly high, showing to be a beneficial area to train in. The majority of UK cosmetic treatments undergone are non-surgical, so you’ll be entering into a thriving industry that’s set to grow even larger. Our highly qualified team provide all the training and support required, offering their expertise and advice to guide you on your journey into aesthetic medicine.
We’ll help you to become fully equipped to forge the career you want in non-surgical cosmetic treatments and aesthetics, whether as a surgeon, nurse, doctor or dentist.
Combining both practical skills and business knowledge, our popular Botox® and Dermal Filler Course can help you begin to build a career in aesthetics. Our Botox® Training for Medical Professionals will introduce you to basic dermal filler and Botox® treatments (Juvederm and Allergan Botox®) which are highly sought after in the industry, giving you the foundation knowledge you’ll need.
You’ll learn everything from facial anatomy and injection techniques to aftercare and how to market your own practice. The CPD certificate you receive is insurance company recognised (we partner with leading aesthetic insurance companies), allowing you to practice the techniques you’ve learned straight away once you have the right insurance in place.
You can choose to build on your aesthetics training later on, including our Foundation Follow on Day, bespoke one-to-one course, introduction to lip augmentation and Level 7 Qualification in Injectables (the foundation course is Part 1 of this).
Thousands of medical professionals have put their trust in us thanks to our renowned expert faculty at Cosmetic Courses. A hand-picked team from all different medical backgrounds chosen by Medical Director and Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Mr Adrian Richards.
If you’re looking for the right dermal filler and Botox training for medical professionals, book our course now.
In December 2018 we held a Charity Raffle throughout the month. Delegates, models, staff and suppliers were able to purchase tickets from our reception to be entered into a price draw which gave the chance to win a prize a day throughout the month. We had exciting prizes on offer from treatments, restaurant vouchers & free hair cuts!
Based near our Buckinghamshire clinic, the Florence Nightingale Hospice provides support and care to patients staying with them and an at home service to those with life limiting illnesses. Also offering a Bereavement Support Team to those going through a loss.
23 year old Alex Clark is currently on a 21,500 mile journey around the world! His journey is to raise money for The Jack O’Donnell Foundation & Sponsor a Gambian Child, two charities he holds close to him.
You can follow Alex’s progress here & find out more about his life changing adventure on Instagram @prestigeworldride.
At Cosmetic Courses the safety and care of our models has always been at the forefront of what we do. Through our training we pass on this duty of care and hope to develop well educated aesthetic practitioners. As we continue to progress our training we also feel it beneficial to inform our models of what is happening the other side of the syringe.
Up until this point cosmetic treatments have been independently regulated with no formal structures in place. The introduction of a ‘Level 7 Qualification’ is a movement towards a more standardised level of training for medical professionals considering a career in aesthetic medicine. At Cosmetic Courses we pride ourselves on our high standards of training from our expert trainers and clinical training environments, unfortunately this is not the same with other training providers. This movement is in place to try to ensure the safety of the industry. We believe that a huge aspect of making the aesthetics industry as safe as possible is to educate the individuals like yourselves who are having treatments so that you are aware what is happening, what to look for within a practitioner and the important part you can play in helping to make this a regulated, safe industry.
Here at Cosmetic Courses we launched our Level 7 Certificate last year and during this time we’re pleased to say we’ve had lots of delegates embark on their qualification journey. The qualification has become a large part of what we do and we wanted to take this opportunity to explain what this means for our models!
In education a ‘level’ of any qualification shows the academic stage of each programme. The Level 7 is deemed as the equivalent to a postgraduate level of education.
2012 was a busy year, we witnessed the PIP breast implant scandal and the increasing demand of non-surgical treatments began to sore. This was the same year that the Department of Health appointed Health Education England (HEE) to review and advise on the regulatory framework in the cosmetic industry. Due to the previous issues with breast implants the Department of Health were concerned that they did not want to see any repeat problems in this increasingly popular industry so they decided to conduct a review of all cosmetic procedures.
The review analysed each treatment, their associated risks and the qualifications required for an individual to perform each non-surgical cosmetic intervention. During this process they also made recommendations on accreditation, qualifications and course delivery to ensure that each aspect was being taught inline with a dedicated framework.
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Health Education England has suggested that an appropriate level of training for Botox and Dermal Filler treatments is at a Level 7. Meaning regulation!
This is something which we at Cosmetic Courses are proud to be part of. The aesthetic industry is exciting, fast paced and continues to grow rapidly and as much as we love being front runners in a highly competitive industry we also are passionate about safety and care within it.
We are glad you asked. You’ll be happy to hear that Level 7 means… more treatments & more appointments!
The Level 7 Certificate in Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine is one of our longest courses, so long that it in fact can take up to a year to complete. Delegates will have to undergo a series of courses and tests in the build up to their final examination.
Along with online training, assignments and examination, delegates will also enrol on to our clinical days where we need our models! The days that will be available for models to book on to will be:
For Level 7 we train our delegates in combination treatments. This works perfectly for models as it saves time and allows them to get more than one treatment whilst visiting. Models can have the following treatments as part of the Level 7 course days: *
*Please note that all models attending the Foundation Days can only have upper face Botox and/or filler around the mouth.
If you would like to know more about the Level 7 qualification and book on to one of our upcoming training days as a model please contact us today to register your interest: 01844 390110 / [email protected]
Skincare, its a love hate relationship. We love the thought of it but we hate applying cream after cream trying to keep to a strict daily skincare regime. We are all quick to fill our shopping baskets with the latest high scoring products but do we really if they will work for us? We spoke to Cosmetic Courses queen of skin and lead skin rejuvenation trainer Fleur to find out her top tips and favourite go to’s when it comes to skincare.
“My morning skincare routine can vary depending on winter and summer, it’s important to adapt your skincare to suit the weather conditions for optimal protection. First thing I’ll do is wash my face with NeoStrata Restore Face Wash, this gives my skin a fresh and clean base to
begin. After drying my face I will then pop on NeoStrata’s Intensive Eye Therapy, I LOVE this product as it has caffeine in it to help make me look awake as well as all the other goodies which helps with tired puffy eyes in the morning.
Next step in my morning skincare is to apply Redness Serum all over my face and then I finish off the routine with NeoStrata Sheer Hydration which includes the very important SPF!”
“My absolute go to skincare saviour has to be Gel Plus by NeoStrata which has a high percentage of AHA giving my skin a mini exfoliating peel and by the next day my skin look fresh and feels super smooth ready for make up”
“This is an obvious one for me as I’m sure you’ll all have your own advice for your younger selves! Mine is to use a daily SPF!! Back then I even used sun beds and smoked, not good!!”
“I treat a bad skin day by having a chemical peel with Microdermabraison. This helps to speed up clearing my breakout and penetrates deep into the skin to stop the cause of the bad skin day!”
” My advice for healthy skin is to be consistent with your skin care routine. We can all get a bit lazy with keeping up with our routines. If my skin is looking pretty good, I’ll stop being so strict with my regime but then I kick myself as it starts to look dull, congested and a breakout begins! As long as I keep my routine up and exercise regularly my skin glows.”
“We recently attended the Aesthetic Awards and for this I had a few peels coming up to the event having my last one about 2 weeks before, this helped to clear my skin and leave it glowing. I also increased the strength and my use of retinol for at least 6 weeks before. And of course religiously kept to my daily skincare routine.”
At Cosmetic Courses we are proud to stock the award-winning NeoStrata skincare brand available for our delegates and models to buy. Not sure what skincare products you need? Book a consultation or pop in and speak to a member of the team to find your skin’s new best friend!
Contact us today to find out more: 01844 390110 / [email protected]
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