Advanced Dermal Filler- Tear Trough & Non Surgical Rhinoplasty
IN-HOUSE PRACTICAL TRAINING
ACCREDITED AND RECOGNISED BY INSURANCE
Advanced Dermal Filler - Tear Trough & Non Surgical Rhinoplasty
This course will teach you the theory and practical components to safely perform advanced Dermal Filler procedures, this includes tear trough and non surgical rhinoplasty. You will first be required to complete in-depth online pre-study which will cover the relevant Anatomy and Physiology, First Aid and Adverse Reaction Response before attending in-house practical training.
Please note you will be required to hold a Foundation Dermal Filler and Hyalase qualification for at least 6 months before enrolling onto this course.
Our Access To Aesthetics Course is available to beginners who currently hold no related qualifications but wish to progress onto injectable and advanced skin care courses.
This course includes a FREE online First Aid Qualification
Price: £1,250 Inc VAT
Course Structure: Online pre-study (21 Hours), in-house practical
Duration: 1 Day, 10am-5pm
Accreditation: SFJ Awarded, CPD Accredited
Pre-Requisites: Foundation Dermal Filler and Hyalase Qualification
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This course is suitable for those who currently hold a Foundation Dermal Filler and Hylase qualification with at least 6 months experience and are looking to add Advanced Dermal Enhancement procedures in the form tear trough and non surgical rhinoplasty. Upon enrolling you will gain access to our online learning portal to complete the pre-study material covering all course content and components before attending in-house practical training.
During your training day you will be issued with everything you need including manual, hand outs and a wide range of live models.
Pixie tip lift
Adverse Reaction Response
Basic Life Support
Pre and post procedures
Anatomy and Physiology
The composition of Hyaluronic Acid
Managing expectations and complaints procedure
Treatment areas and injection techniques
Hygiene, sharps, Health and Safety