Our Injectable Training, Foundation through to Level 7 BOTOX® have arrived in Scotland! We are now offering Botox Courses in Glasgow for Nurses, Midwives, Doctors, Dentists and Other Healthcare Professionals. Are you ready to up-skill your cosmetic therapies offering? The demand for non-invasive aesthetics procedures such as BOTOX® has grown phenomenally over the last few years in the UK. Naturally, with increase in demand comes an increase in the need for qualified practitioners.
Our London based Medical Aesthetics Training Academy (MATA) is now bringing its expertise in training and certification to key cities of Britain. We will now be offering Botox Training Courses in Glasgow, the latest centre offering the outstanding, government-aligned learning sessions for BOTOX®.
If you are living in Scotland, the Glasgow region or the very north of England you will no longer need to travel far to get the very best in aesthetics training and practice.
BOTOX® Training Courses Glasgow
MATA’s BOTOX Training Courses are considered industry-leading. MATA champion safety in all that we do, the strong focus on learning facial anatomy, attention to safety and the provision of real-life models ensures anyone training with us leaves prepared to safely treat paying patients. When it comes to safety MATA and our trainers go further than meeting basic regulations, because of this, the industry-recognised Level 7 qualification for doctors, nurses and dentists goes beyond the HEE 2016 Guidelines.
Our training courses begins with our VLE – online resource portal – ensuring delegates have covered relevant theory before entering practical sessions and the certification is only awarded once evidence of sufficient practical application is achieved. This proven approach gives delegates a fully comprehensive understanding of the BOTOX® treatments as they are practiced today.
Botox Injections and Dermal Fillers Courses
Facial anatomy provides the basis for our Foundation Level. Delegates will build on this knowledge to gain a solid skill-set for treating all areas of the face. Trainees will study the importance of patient assessment and gain essential experience via demonstrations and real volunteer patients. As our BOTOX® training compliments the Dermal Fillers training so naturally, most delegates find it beneficial to study both on one of our two-day weekend courses.
Why Train with MATA?
When studying with MATA you are given a combination of comprehensive on-line clinical knowledge units and practical hands-on training.
We believe we have found the perfect balance between keeping class sizes small, but large enough to maintain good interactions and encourage inspiring discussions. On a typical course practical we would enrol five to ten students, giving you the maximum hands on experience whilst still keeping the session lively and interactive.
The theory elements of MATA courses and qualifications are completed through a combination of self-study via MATA’s exclusive Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and face to face sessions with your trainer as a group.
Following sufficient theory coverage, delegate move on to the practical elements of the course. Practical are first conducted using cadaveric dissection on fresh frozen material, before progressing on to volunteer patients. We understand that whilst hands on experience is the best and quickest way to build your knowledge and confidence, it can also be daunting. That’s why we provide the opportunity to practice on both.
MATA has always been an advocate for better industry legislation, that is why our courses have been developed with the support and input from scientists and industry specialists. All of our qualifications are quality assured, recognised and monitored by the relevant regulatory bodies.
Upon completing your MATA training you will receive a certificate which is recognised by all of the main insurance bodies.
MATA courses offer a blended learning approach and are compiled of the following aspects:
- Online theory which can be studied in your own time via our university-standard learning platform with interactive tests.
- Tutorials with hands-on practice, starting with cadaverous materials and later progressing on to live models.
- Clinic-based assessments and completion of a log book.
- Written examinations.
- Ongoing support if needed.
Foundation Course Content
Around 100 hours (containing four core units and one optional unit) covering:
- 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
Advanced Course Content
Around 200 hours (containing four core units and all six optional units) covering:
- Hyperhidrosis (excessive 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
Who are the courses for?
The Foundation Course for BOTOX® has been designed for those with an internationally recognised Bachelor Degree who are professionals within the healthcare sector. Typically those suitable to enrol are:
- Other Health Care Professionals
It may be possible for certain beauty therapists to enrol too, provided they have built up their education currency through other recognised medical qualifications.
The BOTOX® Advanced Level at MATA is the next step in anti-wrinkle injections training for those who have already completed MATA’s Foundation Level training course (or equivalent).
Glasgow Points of Interest
Glasgow, and in particular its university, has had a close association with achievements in the medical world. Here studied the renowned physicians such as Joseph Lister (antisepsis), George Beatson (breast cancer) John MacIntyre (Xrays and radiology) and Ian Donald (ultrasound technology).
Since Glasgow was awarded Britain’s City of Culture in 1990 it has flourished in so many ways. Its tourism and general economic strength is equal to any of the smartest and most sophisticated cities in the country. Of course, if you are local to Glasgow you don’t need to be told this. But for those who may need to travel to Glasgow for your most convenient MATA training session, you may wish to consider what else is of interest and how to make the most of your time.
If you can find a spare day or afternoon there is so much to see and do. The great outdoors is what Scotland can do best of all, from golf courses to vast landscapes. If you are keen to get out of the city centre there are plenty of activities to do such as island hopping, exploring ancient castles or perhaps a visit to a whisky distillery? Maybe you are more of a “towny”? Even so, there are plenty of cultural experiences to be had within the city boundary – churches, museums and beautiful architecture, including the eateries and drinking holes!
If you wish to make it a longer stay in Glasgow, there are plenty of choices of lodgings. When booking accommodation for the purpose of a MATA training course, you will need to consider the best locations for convenient access to the training centre.
We are we located:
22 Newton Pl, Glasgow G3 7PY