Botox and Dermal Fillers Training Courses Eastbourne 

Botox and Dermal Fillers Training Courses Eastbourne 

Eastbourne is a beautiful seaside resort located in the county of East Sussex, on the south coast of England. With a historic seafront consisting of large Victorian hotels, Eastbourne has a growing population. MATA is a leading aesthetic company within the UK, able to provide state-of-the-art courses for medical professionals who seek to enter the world of aesthetics. We are already offering courses for delegates in London, Dublin, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Bristol, Cardiff, and even Dundee. With our experience in aesthetics,  we feel we are best placed to offer the Doctors, Dentists and Nurses of Eastbourne our award-winning aesthetic courses.

Eastbourne is already home to a growing number of aesthetic clinics, which is why our courses are a great accessory to your advancement within aesthetics. We have a partnership with OTHM; a UK based Awarding Organisation regulated by Ofqual (Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulations). Additionally, they have designed our courses to follow strict regulations by The Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) and obey Cosmetic Standards Practice Authority (CSPA).

What range of Botox Courses does MATA offer?

Botox and Dermal Filler courses are somewhat our specialities because we offer Foundation, Advanced and even exclusive mentorship days. Our foundation courses focus on the introduction to Botox and Dermal Fillers, covering introductory techniques such as Crow’s Feet, Forehead Lines and Glabella Lines. Our Advanced training goes even deeper into the Botox and Dermal Filler theory, including anatomy, physiology and additional experience with techniques covering Lip Fillers, Nasolabial Lines and Marionette Lines.


What are Botox and Fillers Masterclasses?

Masterclasses are specialised practical days that we offer to delegate who have completed our foundation training days. MATA offers masterclasses in Lip Fillers, Nose Augmentation and Peri-Orbital training. We do deep into the theory and complications using real-life case studies. We train you to work in a risk-averse manner and recognise specific difficulties before it’s too late. For example, the Nose Augmentation classes are a fantastic asset to your repertoire as we separate the difference between surgical and non-surgical techniques. Using real-life patients, you will understand real-life examples and be able to tailor the treatments accordingly.


Any Questions?

  1. Can I enrol to several courses at one time?

That depends on which courses you want to enrol onto, for instance, if you wanted to do our foundation Botox training alongside a laser therapies training, the that would work. However, doing both foundation and advanced training together would not work correctly.


  1. Can beauty therapists enrol on MATA courses?

Yes, they can enrol onto Level 3 -5 but will not be able to do Level 7 courses that involve Botox and Dermal Fillers; these are only suitable for qualified medical healthcare professionals.


  1. Do I need to complete the VLE work before attending the practical days?

It’s entirely up to you, at the end of the day, you would benefit from completing the core work since you would be able to ask useful questions.


  1. Can I go on to complete your postgraduate diploma?

Yes, the foundation courses are included within The MATA Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics: Incorporating OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies with advanced training. Many decide to complete the Postgraduate diploma since its one of a kind, giving you a varied approach to practical and core theory.


  1. How many hours does the Level 7 take to complete?

The MATA Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics: Incorporating OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies equates to 60 credits. Roughly, this takes 600 hours of learning, revision, practical sessions and completion of practical DOPs and logbook recording. However, this varies per individual.


  1. Can I bring my models?

Yes, if you give us enough time, then we can book models in advance for you.


  1. Can I ask for specific techniques on the working days?

Yes, MATA will be able to accommodate your needs on the practical sessions if you give us some notice in advance.


  1. Why should I enrol in the advanced training when the foundation training gave me the required skills for Botox and Dermal Fillers?

Mostly, its all about the competence of practice, many delegates do advanced training because they want to be sure that they are competent with aesthetic practice. Unlike the foundation days, which are a great asset to your portfolio, advanced training lets you gain experience with techniques not as commonly used in aesthetic practice. Not to mention learning to work in a risk-averse clinic and developing the skills to become able to spot potential complications, not thoroughly explored in our advanced training days.


  1. What is the virtual learning environment (VLE)?

The VLE is an online environment where you can access core material and complete units before attending the practical sessions. Mostly, as long as you have an internet connection, you will be able to access the content from anywhere.


  • Do I need to bring anything on the training days?

No, as long you come prepared after completing the VLE work, you should be in good stead for the practical sessions.