Cosmetology Training Liverpool
Our Aesthetic Courses
We offer 4 aesthetics training courses to medical professionals.
Our Aesthetics courses are delivered and assessed by Dr Fiona MacRae is an NHS doctor of over 30 years experience and has worked
in the aesthetic industry for over 10 years.
Dr Fiona is an advanced aesthetic practitioner offering a wide range of aesthetic treatments and has higher education teaching certificate from Harvard University .
Our 4 courses
Foundation Facial Aesthetics, a comprehensive 2 day course covering injections of botulinum toxin and dermal fillers.
- Injectable Lipolysis Training. A one day course for experienced injectors to deliver fat reducing treatment using DESO Face & Body for localised fat reduction
- Profhilo/Injectable Skin Boosters Training, Revolutionary bio-remodelling treatment. A gentle and effective, painless non-surgical method of rejuvenating and restoring volume, hydration and glow.
- PRP ( platelet rich plasma) facial training. This NEW course will enable those practitioners who meet the entrance criteria to separate platelet rich plasma from blood by using a centrifuge which can then be used for both Skin Rejuvenation and Hair Loss
What is Aesthetics?
Aesthetics dictionary definition-
“a set of principles concerned with the nature and appreciation of beauty.
We use the term in our a lot in our industry. Facial aesthetics is the term we use to describe the range of non-surgical treatments our practice offers to temporarily soften expression lines and define certain facial features and contours, facial aesthetics are known and described in many forms e.g. Botox, fillers, anti-wrinkle injections etc. This sector is growing exponentially every year and becoming more routine for many men and women. Clients want the latest treatments and are happy to pay a premium for the services of a medical professional
What will the training cover?
When you choose Cosmetology Training Liverpool for your Aesthetics Training you will receive training, assessment and guidance from our expert tutor doctor, Dr Fiona MacRae. With over ten years of advanced aesthetic practice, and 30 plus years as a NHs doctor and anesthetist she has unrivalled industry experience and knowledge of her craft.
Our Four Aesthetic Courses have E- learning, assessments, practical demonstrations and evaluation.
Our aim of these courses is that each delegate will leave confident in their knowledge, skill and ability to perform the treatment successfully in their own practice.
There will be dedicated time throughout the training session to answer any questions that you may have. All practical classes are intentionally limited to one trainee to ensure that all students receive the attention that they need.
– Open to medical professionals having GMC, GDC, NMC, GPhC and HCPC registration
Aesthetics Training at Cosmetology
With great nonsurgical treatment advances and a booming industry, now is a great time to be training in Aesthetic Medicine. But where to train? While there are many training courses around, they vary considerably in many ways. The three main areas you should carefully consider;
1) Course Content
It’s always important to do your research here. Some courses may only cover the bare minimum, leaving many gaps in knowledge. Often these lead onto a ‘pyramid scheme’ of follow-on courses by leaving delegates empty handed unless they book more. Before booking your course, check the curriculum content to see what exactly is covered. Use this to decide and compare to other courses to see if this gives you the all-round approach or just keeps things vague.
2) Practical Experience & Confidence to get started
This is very important! For you to confidently treat your own patients single-handed this is a must and this is one of the biggest gaps in Aesthetic training nationwide. Every client is different and expectations vary. No two people have the same anatomy and what suits one client may not suit another. Live practical experience is essential to instil confidence for independent practice and the more you get of this on a course the better the retention of knowledge. No delegate should leave feeling under confident or unsafe to start treating paying clients upon completion of training. Often courses are advertised as ‘the lowest price in the industry’ or ‘far cheaper than other courses’- this tends to be a reflection of their quality.
Course Aftercare & Next steps
What you do next is as important as the training course you take. We have found from delegates re-training with us, having trained elsewhere, that many of them didn’t know what to do next. As a result they have become deskilled or given up on a potential future in Aesthetic medicine. It’s well-known that having the skill to perform the procedure is one aspect, but that’s only half the job! it is important to have support after training.
Cosmetology Training Courses are comprehensive, we have one to one practical sessions with plenty of time for queries and we offer post training support to all our delegates.
Who would benefit from this course?
As a training provider, we hear from people who are all at different stages in their career; medical professionals who wish to move into the aesthetics industry, experienced aesthetic practitioners looking to learn a new technique or procedure, and beauty therapists who want to move on to more advanced treatments