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BOTOX AND DERMAL FILLER FOUNDATION COURSE

This fully comprehensive and insurable course offers training to ALL BEAUTY THERAPISTS WHO HAVE QUALIFIED IN NVQ LEVEL 2 AND 3 PRE-REQUISITES.

NVQ LEVEL 2 AND 3 FAST TRACK AVAILABLE AT SUBSIDISED RATES WITH SMALL CLASS NUMBERS

We are currently the ONLY Teaching School to offer NVQ SINGLE UNIT ACCREDITAION so if you are missing a unit within your certification you can come to The Angel Academy of Teaching and Training to study 'FAST TRACK' for your missing unit. There is also a 3 year window of opportunity to upgrade an existing BABTAC certificate to an NVQ Unit for ONLY £149!!

Our trainers have a wealth of experience in Aesthetics and ensure your training day is full of those hints and tips that make your start in Aesthetics as smooth and safe as possible. Our support after the training course is excellent, and Dr Kandola encourages delegates to contact him following training with any questions or queries they may have going forwards.

FULL ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

  • Beauty Therapists with an NVQ 3 in Beauty Therapy, ITEC, CIBTAC, CIDESCO
  • Dental Professional
  • Pharmacist
  • Paramedic
  • Dental Nurses- NVQ Level 3 in Anatomy and Physiology required
  • INSURERS:

    CATHEDRAL ASSOCIATES LONDON LIMITED

    TEL: 01892 601198 / 601199

    Email: lhcathedral@aol.com

    AFTER SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE-

    You'll need a prescriber for Botox but not for dermal filler. The rules are different because Botox is a MEDICINE whereas filler is a MEDICAL DEVICE. Details will be covered within this course.

    Legal Recommendations:

    htps://hee.nhs.uk

    FOUR DAY ATTENDENCE AND TRAINING GUIDELINE:

    Day one

    Arrive and coffees (0830)

    - Registration, introduction and expectations (0900 - 0930)

    - Structure of the training (0930 - 1000)

    - Break (1000 - 1030)

    Lectures and interactive workshops / simulation

    (1030 - 1230pm)

    Health and safety in the workplace

    Sharps injury and disposal

    The consultation process and prescriptions

    (1330-1730) with a coffee break

    Basic life support

    Anaphylaxis - recognition and management

    Emergency kits - what it should contain and how to buy one

    Your doctors on call - how to contact our on call doctors for emergency advice

    How to use Hyalase safely - when to use it / recognise mechanism of action, how

    prescription in an emergency works and how to give the hyalase

    Practical demonstration of Hyalase injection

    Our added benefits services for safety and convenience

    Day two

    - Arrive and coffees (0830)

    - introduction and expectations (0900 - 0930)

    - Structure of the training (0930 - 1000) 

    - Break (1000 - 1030)

    - Formal written examination covering key areas of THEORY for botulinum injections:

    Anatomy, Physiology, Products and Complications. This will highlight early on if any important areas need to be covered in more detail for the students (1030 - 1200)

    - Break for lunch -

    Practical session commences - (1300 - 1800) - and in total on average we have one model per 30 minutes on both the botox and filler days, so that’s 10 in total for a class size of 4-5, which will give good hands on experience, as the way we train is to allow several people the opportunity to be involved with each patient - e.g. splitting into the phases of treatment, which allows the trainees to understand the concept of the treatment process. That would be - consultation, consent, marking up, readying equipment, performing the injection, providing advice and aftercare.

    Day three

    Arrive and coffees (0830)

    - introduction and expectations (0900 - 0930)

    - Structure of the training (0930 - 1000)

    - Break (1000 - 1030)

    - Formal written examination covering key areas of THEORY for dermal fillers:

    Anatomy, Physiology, Products and Complications. This will highlight early on if any important areas need to be covered in more detail for the students (1030 - 1200)

    - Break for lunch

    Practical session commences - (1300 - 1800) - and in total on average we have one model per 30 minutes on both the botox and filler days, so that's 10 in total for a class size of 4-5, which will give good hands on experience, as the way we train is to allow several people the opportunity to be involved with each patient - e.g. splitting into the phases of treatment, which allows the trainees to understand the concept of the treatment process. That would be - consultation, consent, marking up, readying equipment, performing the injection, providing advice and aftercare.

    Day four

    Observed Treatment Process Examination

    The participants will be tested on the following key facets of safe practical care:

    Consultation process - rapport and understanding what the client wants

    Safe consent

    Marking and photographs

    Technical skill of injection

    Aftercare provision and safety netting (eg if this happens do this / call me)

    1 model will be provided for Botulinum (3 area) treatment and 1 - 2 clients for filler to ensure that each of the key anatomical areas covered are observed.

    Morning = Botulinum (0900 - 1230)

    Afternoon = Dermal fillers (1330 - 1630)

    Conclusion

    Successful candidates collect their certificates, feedback session and refreshments (1700 - 1800)

    TO BOOK YOUR PLACE:

    Deposit of £399 payable online. Please Click on the date of your choice and press 'BOOK NOW' Comprehensive workbook emailed along with course letter for revision purposes.

    Pre-Course Online Learning and Examination will be necessary.

    The Injectable industry is now a multi-million pound industry and it is only going to increase. The need for women to maintain their beauty has always been a booming business.

    Women in their 20's are now turning to injectables to delay the aging process, improve their appearance and enhance specific features.

    BOTOX AND ITS USES

    Botox is a drug made from a neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum called botulinum toxin. It is used medically to treat certain muscular conditions and cosmetically remove wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing muscles.

    Botox is generally administered to the following areas:

    Forehead- Frontalis

    Frown Line- Corrugator

    Crows Feet- Temporalis

    However, there are different types of botulinum toxin products (toxin A and B) which are used to treat specific eye problems such as uncontrollable blinking, migraines, bladder weakness, grinding of the teeth and excessive sweating.

    Botulinum toxin is not a cure, and your symptoms gradually return over time, so it is recommended to have Botox administered every 3 months for continued results.

    DERMAL FILLERS AND THEIR USES

    Dermal fillers, also known as injectable implants, OR wrinkle fillers are medical device implants which are currently approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are used to achieve a smoother, filled and fuller appearance to the face, in areas such as the nasolabial folds, the cheek (zygomaticus) and the lips (cupids bow or vermilion border), Smile lines (marionette lines), bunny lines (nose) for nasal definition and even a full face lift!.

    The FDA has approved dermal filler made from non-absorbable (permanent) material ONLY for the correction of nasolabial folds and cheek acne scars in patients over the age of 21 years.

    The FDA has approved some dermal fillers for the restoration and/or correction of the signs of facial fat loss (lipoatrophy) in people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

    The FDA has approved several absorbable dermal fillers for use such as lip and cheek augmentation in patients over the age of 21, and the correction of contour deficiencies, such as wrinkles and acne scars.

    The FDA has also approved one filler for hand augmentation, which increases the volume of the back of the hands.

    Dermal Fillers range in how long they last which ranges from 3 months to one year but there are also permanent fillers available.

    It is important to research the product used in Dermal Filler application as there are a few cheap alternatives available in the industry which could cause the product to migrate.



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