Combined Cosmetic Injectables Training
The 2 day combined cosmetic injectables training course is our most popular option for new practitioners getting started in aesthetics. It is our foundation course and advanced course booked in together – Over the 2 days you will learn all 18 common procedures and get to practice the treatments on over 10 live cosmetic models. After this course you will be able to get indemnity insurance and start treating paying clients straight away.
✓ You will learn all 18 procedures: Includes 12 anti-wrinkle and 6 dermal fillers treatments offered in most cosmetic clinics.
✓ You can offer your clients a wider portfolio of treatments: Many patients are now becoming more informed about advanced treatments and requesting combination treatments taught across both days.
✓ You are far more employable if you want to work in a clinic: Many practitioners only complete foundation training, giving you the edge as an advanced practitioner.
✓ Plenty of practical experience on live cosmetic models: All our courses include 50% practical work on live models with over 30 cosmetic models on each combined training weekend.
✓ CPD accredited: You will earn 16 CPD points for completing the Combined Course with Derma Medical.
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2 Day Combined Cosmetic Injectables Course – Treatments Taught
Foundation anti-wrinkle injection techniques – live hands-on training:
– Frown lines
– Forehead lines
– Crows feet
Foundation dermal filler techniques – live hands-on training:
– Nasolabial folds
– Marionette lines
– Lip enhancement & shaping
Advanced dermal filler techniques – live hands-on training:
– Cheek formation/ contouring
– Cheek volumisation
– Hand filler rejuvenation
Advanced anti-wrinkle techniques – live hands-on training:
– Chemical ‘brow lift’
– ‘Turkey neck’ (Nefertiti lift & platysmal bands)
– Jawline definition/ slimming & the wide-set jaw
– Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
Advanced anti-wrinkle techniques – landmarks:
– ‘Bunny lines’
– ‘Gummy smiles’
– ‘Smokers lines’
– Downturned mouths
– Dimpled/’pebbled’ chin
Frequently Asked Questions
Our combined cosmetic injectables training courses are open to the following medical professionals:
Following the course, however, registered nurses and endorsed enrolled nurses performing injectable procedures must work under the supervision of a doctor and all nurses would need to buddy up with a prescribing doctor to purchase dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle products.
Our cosmetic indemnity insurance covers you to inject on the day of your training course. Upon completion of your course, we strongly recommend you take out your own cosmetic indemnity insurance. Our cosmetic training courses are accredited by Australia’s two leading aesthetic insurers, Medisure and HPI Online. You will receive certificates upon graduation allowing you to gain insurance.
Yes, as long as you are a registered medical professional on the list of who we train. We provide prescribers on the day to ensure you can carry out your practical training.
Following the course, however, you will need to buddy up with a local prescriber or use a prescriber service when ordering both anti-wrinkle and dermal filler products. In line with the latest guidelines, prescribers can consult patients face-to-face or via video call before prescribing anti-wrinkle or dermal filler products.
We provide all cosmetic models for our training courses. Our courses are 50% practical with plenty of live cosmetic models on each training day to make sure you get lots of hands-on practice on real-life patients.
If you have any friends or family interested in being a cosmetic model for our training days they can get heavily discounted treatments for the purposes of teaching. Please visit our models section for more information and to book any treatments.
You can see up to date information on available course dates on our course booking page.
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