Botox and Dermal Fillers Courses for Doctors in Glasgow


Like other regions in the UK, the Scottish public has claimed nearly 25% of them have a low level of confidence in non-surgical procedures. No doubt this owed to the shared media and press reporting significant numbers of botched procedures, accustomed to the Keogh Report (2013), establishing a clear need for regulations. Evidently, this is fantastic for Scottish trained physicians who require training for transitioning into the aesthetics industry.

As a doctor, you are medical marvel with newly trained techniques, aptitude for learning and ethos for aiding your patients. By following JCCP (The Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners) who are recognised for setting standards for the cosmetic industry along with regulated CSPA (The Cosmetic Standards Practice Authority). At MATA, our partnership with OTHM has been established to help you, a physician gains the right amount of core theory and knowledge to advance in the aesthetics industry.

We are incredibly proud to be unveiling our Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics: Incorporating OTHM Level 7 Certificate/Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies, with practical sessions located in the heart of Glasgow. Already, we achieved UK prominence on Hartley Street in London, so we are pleased to be decreasing the travelling time for our eager Scottish physicians. For those living in Scotland, travelling to Glasgow is a fantastic location to host Botox and Dermal Courses, owed to the most renowned physicians including Joseph Lister, George Beatson and John Mcintyre.

Our Level 7 Certificate or Diploma aims to train physicians in Glasgow with the highest standards currently ongoing in our London clinics. For example, we offer foundation training covering the necessary skills ensuring you are proficient with the injection technique, confidence with theory and unlike other academy’s we offer an exclusive chance to work with real live models – defining to enhance your skills on the training days. Additionally, our esteemed Level 7 Diploma allows you to train on our advanced days in Glasgow, covering bruxism, correcting downward turned smile, smoker’s lines, Nefertiti lift and dermal filler techniques. Educated by experienced tutors, you can gain constructive feedback from our tutors who are happy to help with core content questions or additional information regarding your DOPs (Direct observation practices) or any other relevant queries.

Our reasons for why we highly recommend our training are simple, you as a doctor should be responsible for protecting your patients. For example, more than 400 clinics across Scotland (including 100 in Glasgow) have been subjective to Healthcare Improvement Scotland since April 2017. Essentially, this means we are seeing waves in changing regulations, so think about the future, your ethos as a practitioner if you were to begin an aesthetics business. At MATA, we can help, with training, regulation and your legal competence.

Where in Glasgow is the training taking place?

Address:

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

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

FAQ Botox and Dermal Fillers Courses for Doctors Glasgow

  1. Why should I train with MATA and not another Scottish based aesthetic academy?

At MATA, we are one of the very few academies who have had the pleasure of creating a Level 7 Diploma, specifically for physicians. For example, our Level 7 diploma is exclusive to us, an independent company. Essentially, we have a fantastic partnership with OTHM, meaning we are not only following standard education regulations, but our courses have been designed to ensure we obey JCCP and CSPA regulations – essential for newly trained aesthetic doctors. Additionally, our comprehensive package ensures you get the required foundation training, advanced and exclusive mentorship. Not to mention our support throughout the entire qualification as we guide you with core knowledge units on our virtual learning environment (VLE) and necessary SAQs (Short answer questions) and end-of-unit reviews – ensuring you are as a competent as you can be as a newly trained aesthetic doctor.

  1. When can I practice aesthetic injectables on my patients?

After completion of our foundation training as part of the Level 7 Certificate or Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics: Incorporating OTHM Level 7 Certificate/Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies; you can legally practise aesthetics. Many of our training doctors, complete the foundation training and begin to practice, to fund their studies while training.

  1. Are there any significant differences between your Glasgow and London Training?

Essentially, we train the same core curriculum, which is why we recommend if based in Scotland you come to our Glasgow training – essentially its closer for you and much easier than travelling to London. However, we are always here to cater to your needs, and if you would prefer London training, we are able to do so.

  1. As a doctor, how much money can I make from offering aesthetic treatments?

This really depends on your experience and knowledge surrounding Botox, for example, one session can cost around £150-£300. With our Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics: Incorporating OTHM Level 7 Certificate/Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies, you get more training and experience, with is inherently highly marketable to your future clients, especially if you intend to start an aesthetics business. Additionally, as physician your ahead of the game because you can legally prescribe Botox which half of the challenge.

  1. How long will I be able to spend with my patients?

Unlike standard working hours in the hospital, where you are forced to treat a high number of patients under limited time constraints. However, when you are choosing your hours, the number of patients – giving you the opportunity to determine how much time to dedicate to each patient.

  1. Will your courses give the information needed to begin an aesthetics business?

We will provide you with core knowledge theory, essential practical training on live models and full accreditation. Additionally, at MATA, we have contacts with many aesthetics companies and experts in the field. From our support, we will be able to guide you in the right direction to aid you in being able to market yourself in aesthetics.

  1. How will MATA prepare me for real-life medical emergencies?

When enlisted on our Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics: Incorporating OTHM Level 7 Certificate/Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies, we include specific sections to cover real-life medical emergencies and what to do in the event of these situations. Additionally, we offer a core theory with detailed explanations and examples of things might they go wrong.

  1. What are the benefits of a career within aesthetics?

Unlike working in general hospital environments, you have control over your working hours, making more money and being able to choose your working hours. Additionally, one of the benefits of aesthetics is that you will have enhanced freedom with the prescription of Botox.

  1. Do I get the right amount of training at MATA?

With our Level 7 Certificate, you gain are entitled to attend the foundation training days, we introduce you to core theory covering facial anatomy, patient assessment, contradictions, products and injection technique. During our afternoon sessions, you gain experience with Botox and Dermal Fillers using live models. However, our Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics: Incorporating OTHM Level 7 Certificate/Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies where you get foundation, advanced and mentorship days. This means with our Level 7 Diploma you are more prepared to treat patients, manage complications, market yourself and get taught by highly experienced trainers.

  1. Why should I choose MATA for my Botox and Dermal Filler Courses?

At MATA, you can be guaranteed to being trained with expert professionals in aesthetics based on following our fully accredited regulations. With our partnership with OTHM, our qualifications are carefully tailored to follow JCCP and CSPA regulations. Therefore, if you want an accredited course, that guides you through the core theory with a plentiful supply of practical – choose us, choose MATA.

 

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