Botox and Dermal Filler Courses Ayr


Botox and Dermal Filler Courses Ayr

MATA (Medical Aesthetics Training Academy) is now able to offer training specifically to the Ayrshire community. Ayr is a beautiful town located on the southwest coast of Scotland, a historic place which has since become a popular holiday resort. Already pertaining to our success in London, we provide Botulinum Toxin (Botox) and Dermal Filler courses for trained medical professionals. Our courses are designed for the individual in mind, and all delegates who hold a Level 6 (undergraduate) qualification in medicine, dentistry or nursing; are eligible to apply. However, you must ensure that you have proof of practice by holding a valid GMC/NMC/GDC/GPhC active license in the UK.

What can MATA give me?

At the end of the day, your searching for the best academy who is experienced and skilled in teaching Botox and Dermal Fillers. MATA has a prominent presence within the aesthetics community, our lead director Dr. Faizeen Zavahir (MB.ChB, MRCS, MSC) recognised the clear need of qualifications suitable for the Scottish people. Like many areas of the UK, Scotland has also been carefully monitoring the rules and regulations surrounding aesthetics. MATA is a fantastic option, simply because of the their partnership with OTHM, a UK based Awarding Organisation regulated by Ofqual (Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulations), meaning we follow standard Health Education England (HEE), The Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) and obey conventional Cosmetic Standards Practice Authority (CSPA) guidelines.

We can tick those boxes for our delegates:

  • Experienced tutors providing expert teaching for new delegates.
  • Delivering highly practical sessions, ensuring you get the right dose of experience for Botox and Dermal Fillers.
  • Providing a structured educational framework which obeys HEE, JCCP and CSPA regulations.

Become a Master with MATA’s Masterclasses

For medical professionals who have already completed our foundation training, MATA is now offering Masterclasses in Lip Fillers, Peri-Orbital or even Nose Augmentation. We go deeper than ever before, covering complications for Lip Fillers, and use real examples to give you the right amount of practical experience. Essentially, we train you to work in a risk-averse manner and learn to identify complications with real-life examples. Our Peri-Orbital masterclass is fantastic for delegates who want more experience with Dermal Fillers and Botox. Diving deep, you get to experience with Tear Trough Filers, Brow Lift, and Temple Fillers. Learn to rejuvenate your patient’s face and understand the best treatment avenues. Nose Augmentation separates the difference between surgical and non-surgical understanding, being insightful in its approach to teaching. Using real-life patients, you learn to spot inconsistencies, understand what they want and tailor the treatments accordingly.

Get Accredited with our Level 7

Straight off the shelf, blowing up the aesthetics industry is our newly designed MATA Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics: Incorporating OTHM Level 7 Certificate in Clinical Injectable Therapies. But hey, don’t just take my word for it, click here for more information (https://www.matacourses.com/postgraduate-dipoloma-in-facial-aesthetics/) Many of our delegates have already reported a high degree of satisfaction with our tailored courses and exclusive training days in London. Therefore, we feel relatively confident in providing the same level of expertise to the Ayrshire community. Carefully blended for our delegates, we include exclusive foundation, advanced and mentorship training to accommodate everyone’s needs. Additionally, we regularly test your skills with direct observational practices (DOPs), short answer questions (SAQs), end-of-unit reviews and logbook recording.

Any Questions?

  1. Does MATA recognise any previous study?

Absolutely, we highly recommend that you either contact us on 020 3126 4870 or drop us an email,contact@matacourses.com. From there on, one of the representatives will be able to identify any relevant qualifications you have before choosing the course for you?

 

  1. Why should I choose MATA and not go with a local academy in Ayr?

At the end of the day, the ball is in your court, we are only here to present you with the facts. And, undoubtedly, MATA has proven to be highly experienced across the UK and has even transitioned into the heart of Glasgow. So, as you can see, we are not entirely foreign, we have experience with Scottish medical professionals and have adapted our courses accordingly.

 

  1. How long does the Level 7 Diploma take to complete?

Comprising of seven total units covering anatomy, physiology, introduction to Botox and Dermal Fillers, hyperhidrosis, skilled techniques, patient assessment, and managing complications effectively. Between the time of direct contact with tutors, self-directed learning and direct assessment – it will take roughly 6 -12 months. However, this varies from individual to individual.

 

  1. How does MATA aim to teach delegates?

We employ a blended approach to learning because at the end of the day, what use is aesthetics training without practical. Unlike other academies, we let delegates practice on real-life models, meaning you can book specific models or have some available on the day. Additionally, we give you the chance to take a record of experiential practice, meaning you know exactly how many treatments you have observed and performed.

 

  1. Is Botox and Dermal Fillers Training worth my time?

Absolutely, and many of our previously trained delegates would agree. Why? Because at the end of the day, we know what you need to transition into a wealthy aesthetics career. It’s far too simplistic to just teach core knowledge without the relevant practicality behind it. Not to mention being able to assess the situation thoroughly and learn to operate in a risk-averse manner which benefits your patients.

  1. Can Dentists train with MATA?

Yes, absolutely, as dentists have a level 6 degree, they are eligible on the condition that they must also hold a valid licence with the right to practice.

  1. Why is OTHM a beneficial partnership when it comes to seeking accredited aesthetics qualifications?

OTHM, a UK based Awarding Organisation regulated by Ofqual (Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulations) is fully certified and ensures appropriate code of conduct by following Health Education England (HEE), The Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) and obey standard Cosmetic Standards Practice Authority (CSPA). At the end of the day, if you plan to practice Botox either on the side or as a business, then you must protect yourself and your patients.

 

  1. What happens if I fail an Assessment?

At MATA, we do our best to try and prepare you for assessments by following a structured programme. However, if you were to fail, we may be able to process an appeal or a referral.

 

  1. Where is my nearest MATA clinic in Ayr?

We have recently just begun to open new state-of-the-art clinics located in the heart of Glasgow. Less than an hour drive in the car, we would be able to accommodate your training needs for both Botox and Dermal Fillers.

 

  1. Do I have to sign for a course immediately or do I get the time?

No, you can decide when you want to sign up. However, be aware that our discounted offers for many of our courses do not last forever, nor will the places on the practical days.