The wellbeing and aesthetics industry is growing rapidly which means that getting training on the right Botox course is more important than ever. The Botox training must keep pace with the standards and regulations in the industry to ensure patient safety. In the anti-ageing market the injectable serum, Botulinum Toxin – more commonly known as Botox, has become one of the top procedures for the effective treatment of fine lines and wrinkles. Once the preserve of the rich and famous, this wonder-treatment now has a long track record of success and safety – making it a highly desirable procedure for a more youthful and healthy appearance.
More and more healthcare professionals are becoming qualified in administering Botox Injections and other aesthetic practices. Offering anti-wrinkle injectables as part of a clinic’s services is now an expectation due to the high demand from those with even moderate incomes. Once qualified and well practiced, it is a straightforward procedure and highly lucrative for any business.
If you are considering becoming a Botox clinician you will want the best training available today – training that gives you a full understanding of the product and how to administer it safely with outstanding results for your clients every time. MATA Courses are at the leading edge of training in aesthetics procedures. One of only two centres that offer Level 7 qualification for doctors, nurses and dentists, MATA Courses is superior in meeting the HEE guidelines which all practitioners must adhere to. The depth of learning and hands-on practice will equip you and your teams with the knowledge and experience you need to be fully regulated and confident to deliver safe and outstanding services at your clinic.
Rather than just meeting regulation requirements (see updated 2016 HEE Guidelines), MATA Courses gives you the added value of plenty of in-depth, hands on practice which we believe is critical for professional confidence and patient trust.
The way we structure our training – a blend of online learning and practical sessions for both Foundation and Advanced Levels – ensures a fully comprehensive understanding for Industry Qualification Level 7. This is a unique approach and one that our customers tell us works perfectly.
Our tutors for this qualification are experts in aesthetics, with a great deal of tutoring experience in the industry. And what’s more, our support team are always on hand for any questions and assistance you may require following your training.
Certification and Qualifications
A Level 7 Post-Graduate qualification is offered to qualified health professionals. The Certificate in the Principals and Practice of Clinical Injectible Therapies (Botulinum Toxin and dermal Fillers) is attained through completion of the Foundation and Advanced Levels at MATA Courses.
As this certificate is recognised by the National Qualification Framework by Ofqual it is awarded by the independent awarding body EduQual. Units from the qualifications are also available as stand-alone, accredited short courses, which means students can build credits whilst gaining training and experience in line with HEE guidelines and recommendations.
This certificate is a requirement by insurance companies and is therefore essential for any business practice.
Upon completing your course you will receive a certificate which is recognised by all of the main insurance bodies.
Who is the Botox course for?
The courses are designed for all professionals educated within the healthcare sector to Level 6 (Bachelor degree). Specific roles within the medical profession will typically be:
- Nurses and Midwives
- Dentists, dental therapists and dental hygienists
- Operating Department Practitioners
The Advanced Level is for healthcare professionals who have already completed the Foundation Level training with us or who have equivalent experience, and those already practising but wishing to learn new techniques.
MATA Harley Street provide courses in a number of locations:
- New Zealand
Essentially, the MATA approach is a blended learning course which includes:
- Online theory which can be studied in your own time via our university-standard learning platform with interactive tests.
- Tutorials with hands-on practice with cadaverous materials progressing to live models.
- Clinic-based assessments and completion of a log book.
- Written examinations.
- Facial Anatomy
- Optional dissection and injectable practice on cadavers
- Different types/brands of Botulinum Toxin
- Medical history, consent forms and note taking
- Patient assessment
- Frown lines
- Forehead lines
- Crow’s feet
- Brow lifting
- Achieving a natural result with Botox
- Pre-treatment and post-treatment care
- Possible complications and how to avoid/deal with them
- Practical training on models
- Hyperhidrosis (excess sweating)
- Definition of the chin/jaw (bruxism)
- How to correct a downward turned smile
- Brow lift
- Reduce a gummy smile
- Smoker’s lines around the mouth
- Nefertiti lift
The expansion of the aesthetics industry has been phenomenal over recent years and, in particular, injectible procedures have seen a dramatic increase in the number of treatments offered throughout the UK. With this increase in the desire for quick, effective and affordable procedures comes the demand for more qualified practitioners. With so many disillusioned yet highly skilled medical professionals working long hours on low pay it is not surprising that a good number are turning to a career in the world of private cosmetic practices. Advancing technologies and applications set the training requirements as paramount to delivering excellent service. For great customer care and business integrity your career in aesthetic procedures will benefit from completing any of the courses at MATA. With fully comprehensive learning and ongoing support you can continue to build your knowledge and experience to match any of the latest developments in this exciting industry.
Botox Course Dates
|September 2nd and 3rd 2017||Foundation Botox and Filler Training||London||Full|
|September 16th 2017||Advanced Botox and Filler Training||London||Full|
|September 23rd and 24th 2017||Foundation Botox and Filler Training||Cardiff||Full|
|October 1st 2017||Advanced Botox and Filler Training||London||Limited Spaces|
|October 7th and 8th 2017||Foundation Botox and Filler Training||London||Limited Spaces|
|October 14th and 15nd 2017||Foundationg||London||Accepting Delegates|
|October 21st and 22nd 2017||Foundation Botox and Filler Training||Burley Near Manchester||Accepting Delegates|
|October 21st and 22nd 2017||Foundation||London||Accepting Delegates|
|November 25th and 26th 2017||Foundation Botox and Filler Training||London||Accepting Delegates|
|December 9th and 10th 2017||Foundation Botox and Filler Training||London||Accepting Delegates|
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does the course take?
- The smallest qualification size is 100 hours (containing four core units and one optional unit).
- The largest laser and light qualification is 200 hours (containing four core units and all six optional units).
Before you enrol, please ensure you can:
- Set aside time to study the learning materials and resources – some people may do this all in one go, others may want to fit it in around their work/life schedules
- Attend the one/two day clinical hands-on sessions (call us for dates and times)
- Complete the Log Book Assessment, either before or after the clinical hands-on sessions depending upon whether or not you are already in clinical practice.
The length of time it takes to complete your qualification depends very much upon your circumstances – if you already in clinical practice it may be quicker for you to complete the Log Book Assessment than if you don’t have access to BOTOX therapy.
Most importantly, we want you to become part of the MATA learning community by sharing our forums and discussions as part of your life-long learning and development. MATA will support you at all stages of your learning and our course tutors will be happy to discuss how to get the most from your studies.
Can I build points towards another certificate?
Who will conduct the training?
Is the qualification right for my practice?
Will I need to bring my qualification certificates?
How many people are in the tutoring sessions?
How much about the anatomy of the face is actually taught?
What if I fail the assessment?
To achieve the qualification, you must achieve the required pass mark or grade for each assessed component. MATA IQ centre policies explain our Assessment appeals and referrals procedures.
Can I build points towards another certificate?
Harley Street London
Where to find us
Based in the heart of London’s medical district, Harley Street, MATA Courses is perfectly situated to deliver your aesthetic training needs. BOTOX® courses are mainly at this address or at
90 Harley Street, England’s oldest private dental practice, and was once the home of the legendary Florence Nightingale! Some elements of the courses such as dissecting facial anatomy, we operate at the leading medical centres of excellence – Guy’s Campus at King’s College London or the Royal Society of Medicine.
MATA’s Harley Street location is easily accessible and just a short walk from Oxford Circus underground tube station, as well as Regent’s Park and Great Portland Street tubes and Marylebone mainline railway station. For our international delegates, there are good transport links to all of London’s main airports.
Day time catering and refreshments are provided for all of our courses. The area is surrounded by plenty of good bars, restaurants and theatres so you can make a day and night of your training if you wish!
1 Harley Street,
020 3126 4870
Nearest Tube Stations: Bond Street and Oxford Circus