From beginner to top-up courses
- All that’s necessary to safely introduce basic dermal filler and Botox treatments to your practice
- Requirements for best practice protocols
- Underlying anatomy and physiology
- Patient assessment and treatment planning
- Botox use primarily in the upper third of the face: frown lines, forehead lines and crows’ feet
- Dermal fillers for nasolabial folds and lip enhancement
- Marketing advice
- Mentoring and follow-up advice in practice
We have found that of the many training courses available, very few tailor the course to the diverse needs of individual participants. We offer an introductory course to either individuals or small groups, often a group of friends or colleagues so that at the end of the session they are safe and confident to provide basic treatments to their patients.
- Review of basics (as above)
- Whole face sculpting
- Advanced diagnosis and treatment planning
- Combination protocols for Fillers and Botox
- Treatment of Platysma and the lower third of the face
- Problem solving
- Tips the text books don’t tell you
We also find that some participants have perhaps been to a course already where they are in a large group, with little hands on experience. They may often have lacked the confidence to provide treatments unaided and time goes on and the momentum to ‘ take the plunge’ is lost. Our courses can build on the initial knowledge and help participants to effectively incorporate these procedures into their practices.
- You tell us what you need: we’ll design the course for you
- The course for those who have done some basic training but the lack the confidence to start
- We can provide hands-on training to build your proficiency and confidence
- We can provide a follow-up mentoring and advice service as you develop your practice
- We can help promote your treatments through our many years experience of market and practice building.
- Tips the text books don’t tell you
After course support
Our experience allows us to offer comprehensive aftercare mentoring, back up and marketing advice support service for when you go on to introduce facial treatments in your practice. Course attendees will receive 3 months of free follow up advice and mentoring, after this, we can continue to offer this services at an hourly fee.
Our courses start from £270. Please call us for more information 01803 864407
|1 person =£825||£825|
|2 person =£1424||£712|
|Advanced and Bespoke courses|
|Plus material costs|
|Botox||£225 per 100 units|
|Juvederm II||£83 per syringe|
|Juvederm III||£113 per syringe|
|Juvederm IV||£157 per syringe|
|Half day Revision / Top up courses|
|a group of three||£270 each|
What is covered in the course?
All that is necessary to safely introduce facial aesthetic treatments into your practice.
How long do courses last for?
Generally courses are for one day. Some revision courses are completed in a half-day session.
What qualification will I achieve?
At the end of the course you will receive a certificate of competence which will enable you to obtain insurance for aesthetic treatments from Hamilton Fraser.
When can I start introducing facial aesthetic treatments into my practice?
You will be able to start practicing immediately; we encourage you to start straight away whilst all that you have learnt on the course is still very fresh in your mind.
Who can provide these treatments?
Doctors, Dentists and registered Nurses
Who can prescribe Botox?
Doctors, dentists and nurse prescribers. Nurses without the prescribing qualification will need a ‘prescribing buddy’ to assess patients and issues a specific prescription. The nurse is then able to carry out the treatment for the named patient on that prescription.
Why should I bring my own models?
The full effects of Botox take two weeks to develop. You will thus be able to see the results of your treatments provided on the course with the models you have brought with you. In addition these models generally become loyal regular patients to your practice.
Can I do any studying before the course?
Yes, we will send you a comprehensive manual when you book the course. We ask that you study this before you attend. You will also receive a DVD after the course. This reiterates all that we have covered during the day.
How does the follow-up operate after the course?
We keep in touch via e-mail, skype, telephone or face to face.
Can I join a group for training?
Yes. Some individual participants like to join a group of two or three other candidate; this keeps the cost down and has the added advantage that you see a wider range of models and procedures. We try and match an individual to a compatible group of peers.
What is the cost of training in my own practice?
The only additional cost is to cover our time and expenses travelling to you.
Train at your own practice
For larger groups we are happy to provide local training at your practice or venue of choice.