Botox and Dermal Fillers Courses for Nurses in Glasgow

Botox and Dermal Fillers Courses for Nurses in Glasgow

Nurses play a huge role in providing aesthetic treatments; the British Association for Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) reports nurses provide 54% of dermal filler and 52% of botulinum toxin; significantly higher than doctors (13%), dentists (6%) and clinics (26%). So why is there such a higher number of nurses moving into aesthetics? Nurses are fantastic with patient care, offering support and spending quality time with patients. Not to mention the regular professional strains nurses face working within public healthcare, more than any other healthcare professional are subject to pay cuts, longer hours and working more than 35 hour weeks. Therefore, it’s more than reasonable for nurses to want to shift force and move into a highly profitable industry estimated worth at 2.2 billion and increasing.

At MATA, we are incredibly proud to be offering our Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics with newly located facilities in the heart of Glasgow. We are confident in expanding our aesthetic training into Scotland after notable success in London, with our prestigious facilities situated in Harley Street. Glasgow is a credible city, home to some of the most infamous physicians, not to mention our state-of-the-art facilities for our aesthetic training. Primarily as a nurse, I am sure you believe in the motto ‘practise makes perfect?’ We believe this is the case for newly qualified aesthetic nurses, which is why we are offering foundation, advanced and mentorship training. For example, on our foundation training days, we introduce you to Botox and Dermal fillers, specialising in techniques like Crow’s Feet, Forehead Lines and Glabella Lines. Our advanced course is designed to go deeper, essential for the necessary experience you need if you were to begin an aesthetics business or begin freelancing as an aesthetic nurse. For example, we will teach you the specialised injection technique for Dermal Fillers and Botox. Saliently, we will also cover critical aspects about handling any medical emergencies, giving you vital information in learning to become risk-averse.

We guide you through the process by ensuring you have enough information available at your fingertips, with access from units 1-7 on our VLE (virtual learning environment) and regular practical assessments or direct observational practices (DOPs). One other reason for our advantage of enlisting in our Level 7 Diploma is that we an official partnership with OTHM, an educational organisation responsible for the accreditation of our Level 7. We believe this is important because it closely follows JCCP and CSPA regulations also approved for nurses. Meaning as a patient carer, you become proficient with injecting injectables and confident with theory and knowledge of aesthetic treatments.

As a nurse ready to train with MATA, I am sure you have some questions about our training, ethos and Level 7 Diploma:


Where in Glasgow is the training taking place?


Room 37, 3rd Floor, 7 Buchanan St, Glasgow G2 8BL


FAQ for Botox and Dermal Fillers Courses for Nurses in Glasgow 

  1. How do you organise your practical sessions at MATA?

Generally, we try to accommodate newly training aesthetic nurses by running our training days in a two day weekend. This is great for balancing around your regular working hours, ensuring you can fully commit to the practical training. Our foundation and advanced training focusses one full day on Botox, including an introduction to Botox, advanced skills and essential injection technique. The second day focuses on Dermal Fillers using theory and practical sessions. Saliently, we use live models in all of our training days, meaning you get the necessary hands-on experience, essential for beginning a prosperous career as an asthetics nurses.


  1. What can I aspect as a newly qualified aesthetic nurse?

After completion of our foundation training, you are considered competent with aesthetics injectables. However, many nurses opt for our Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics: Incorporating OTHM Level 7 Certificate/Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies, meaning you get triple the core content and practical training; foundation, advanced and mentorship. Essentially this means you can begin freelancing work while you train, as many do. If you lack any medical contacts for Botox prescribing then, we also run another course called the V300 Prescribing Mentorship Training in partnership with universities, allowing you to eventually prescribe Botox while training. Additionally, we have the required contacts across the UK in aesthetics to aid you with making new contacts and provide support throughout your training.


  1. Do I need to supply my own models for training days?

No. However, you can suggest models for your practical days if you wish – which we can arrange in advance.


  1. What support will you give while training to become an aesthetic nurse?

At MATA, we are proud to offer a lot of support throughout your training. For instance, we support you from beginning to the end and have highly expert tutors to aid you with any questions. We prepare you in the practical sessions for your upcoming direct observational practices (DOPs) and support you with online content if you feel as though your falling behind or struggling.


  1. Do you offer any 1-1 training at MATA?

We do, and we can arrange specific individual training if you would prefer that rather than our small-sized practical sessions of around 4-6 people.


  1. Can you guarantee I will have aesthetic clients?

We cannot guarantee, but we can guide, use our knowledge of the aesthetics industry and guide you through the entire process. However, we can say that many of our recently qualified aesthetic nurses have made a substantial income from making new contacts and transitioning into a highly profitable industry.


  1. As a nurse can I train in on other courses you have?

Yes, as a nurse, you are qualified and eligible to do any of our courses that are listed on the website. For instance, if you would like training in chemical peels, laser therapies, for example.


  1. Can I postpone my training if something happened?

Yes, we can arrange this, if an unfortunate event was to occur during your training, then all you would have to do is make us aware of it. Then we will do our best to rearrange your practice sessions to more suitable days.


  1. Will I get to inject on the practical days?

Yes, we ensure that we have enough number of models to match new recruits. Therefore, we will let you practice on real live models, which is far more useful than standard plastic models. This will allow you to be guided appropriately and know if you are using the right technique. Additionally, our tutors will be able to provide constructive criticism to help improve your confidence and competence.


  1. Do your practical sessions prepare me for any medical issues that may affect my prospective clients?

Yes, we do teach you how to be risk-averse and be confident with applying aesthetic injectables. Complementary, we provide you with the right information on our online VLE (virtual learning environment) to give the core knowledge that should be known by anyone wanting to practice injectables.


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