Got questions? We have answers. Here are some of the most common questions we get asked about our Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Filler training courses. If you need any further information please contact us by clicking the button opposite.

Who can attend the courses?

We run courses for doctors, surgeons and dentists.

Can I train in Botulinum Toxin despite not being a prescriber?

Yes, we provide prescribes on the day to ensure you can carry out your practical training. Following the course, however, you must have prescriber willing to give a face-to-face consultation to your clients before you treat them.

Can I fail the course and not receive a certificate?

The course is pass/fail. We feel it is important that each delegate reaches a standard level of competence before practicing safely. Upon satisfactory completion you will receive a certificate of competence.

What is included in the course?

Our courses consist of theory and practical sessions that will equip you to treat your clients safely and effectively. The morning will consist of both didactic and interactive lectures on facial anatomy, ‘the ageing face’, and how to consult your clients. The afternoon will focus on putting theory into practice with a live demonstration followed by one-to-one supervised delegate treatments on live models. To finish off we will discuss the business side of cosmetics and employment options following training.

When do the courses start and end?

We ask all delegates to arrive at 9.15am for tea/coffee and introductions so the course can begin promptly at 9.30am.  We aim to finish at 5pm.

What do I need to bring with me?

All you will need is a pen and some paper if you wish to take notes on the day. Electronic material will be sent to you prior to the course, so the focus can be on developing the practical side on the day.

Will I get a certificate for training?

Yes, a certificate will be given to you on the day of the course once the training and practical session has been completed successfully.