Botox Training Glasgow


The popularity of injectable treatments is rapidly growing in Glasgow and across the UK.  Non-invasive procedures such as BOTOX® and Dermal fillers now account for 9 out of 10 of the total cosmetic procedures performed in the UK every year. The total value of the treatments in the UK is now around a huge £2.75billion.

With an increasing demand for injectable practice comes an in increase in demand for qualified practitioners. If you are a healthcare professional intending to make the move into the world of aesthetics, now is the time to do so.

Training Courses Glasgow


MATA’s Harley Street BOTOX® training is now available in Glasgow. Having won multiple awards since the academy was founded, the BOTOX® and dermal filler training provided by MATA is amongst the best in the industry. Our BOTOX® training courses provide delegates with a solid skill set to be able to effectively and safely treat paying patients.

MATA offer BOTOX® training at varying levels from a foundation course all the way through to our Level 7 qualification in Glasgow (equivalent to an SQA Level 11). The strong focus on learning facial anatomy, attention to safety and the provision of real-life models ensures anyone training with us leaves fully equipped to start treating patients upon leaving the door.

MATA training goes further than just meeting basic regulations, our industry-recognised BOTOX® training meets and exceeds requirements set out in the HEE 2016 Guidelines.

Why Train with MATA?

Whilst a competitive industry, due to the unfortunately unregulated nature of it, it is not difficult to stand out. With the highest possible standards of training under your belt and a certification from MATA you will already be leaps and bounds ahead of the competition.

MATA has always been an advocate for better industry standards and as a result all of our courses and qualifications have been developed with input from scientists and industry specialists. Our qualifications, including our Level 7 BOTOX® and dermal filler qualification, are quality assured and recognised by regulatory bodies. Upon completion of a MATA training course or qualification, a certificate which is recognised by all of the main insurance bodies is received. MATA provide our Glasgow delegates with everything they need to get on their feet in the aesthetics world including advice on setting up a private clinic.

Our trainers are widely recognised as some of the best in the industry with all of them actively practising injectable treatments and running their own successful aesthetics clinics. On practical training days delegates will have the opportunity to take advantage of our experienced trainers’ expertise and ask questions, hear detailed explanations and watch demonstrations from some of the UK’s leading injectable practitioners.

In addition to our robust standards and expert trainers we are thrilled to offer more practical, hands on experience than any other independent training provider. We offer learners the opportunity to practice techniques on fresh frozen material before moving on to live volunteer patients. MATA have a huge database of volunteer patients and ensure we keep our group sizes small. This enables us to maximise the amount of practice available to our learners before leaving our doors.

Who are MATA’s Courses and Qualifications for?

MATA was founded with a goal to improve the existing standards in the aesthetics industry. Because of this we only offer our Botox and Dermal Fillers courses and Level 7 Botox and dermal filler training to fully-qualified medical and healthcare professionals.

Those able to successfully enrol will hold a degree equivalent to a UK Level 6 Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline.

Typically healthcare professionals that are able to enrol are degree holding:

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Dentists
  • Pharmacists
  • Midwives
  • Paramedics

If you believe you may be suitable but do not see your profession listed please feel free to enquire via our contact form.

Beauty therapists and other unqualified professionals are unable to attend MATA’s injectable training courses.

Modules Covered

MATA offer two different levels of Botox courses in Glasgow, foundation and advanced. Our foundation and advanced training can both be built towards our Level 7 qualification in Botox and dermal fillers. Levels can be studied individually and counted as credits towards the full Level 7 qualification. Delegates will typically study our Botox courses alongside dermal filler training on one of our Foundation Botox and Dermal Fillers Training Weekends.

On the foundation training weekend, subject matter covered for each treatment is as follows:

Botox

Facial Anatomy

Optional practice on cadavers (dissection and injection)

Medical history, note taking and patient consent forms

The different types and brands of Botulinum Toxin available on the market

Patient assessment

How to achieve a natural result with Botox

Pre-treatment and post-treatment care

Possible complications and how to avoid/deal with them

Tutor demonstrations

Practical training on volunteer patients

Treatment areas covered:

Frown lines

Forehead lines

Crow’s feet

Brow lifting

 

Dermal Fillers

Facial Anatomy

Optional practice on cadavers (dissection and injection)

Medical history, note taking and patient consent forms

The different types and brands of dermal filler available on the market

Patient assessment

Should Botox or dermal fillers be used to treat the area?

How to achieve a natural result with Dermal Fillers

Pre-treatment and post-treatment care

Possible complications and how to avoid/deal with them

Tutor demonstrations

Practical training on volunteer patients

Treatment areas covered:

Nose to mouth lines

Marionette lines
Lip Augmentation

 

To wrap up the foundation weekend delegates are given an overview of the possible next steps and a brief introduction to MATA’s advanced level Botox and dermal Fillers training.

Our advanced Botox and dermal fillers training day teaches learners how to perform the following treatments;

Botox

Hyperhidrosis (excess 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

 

Dermal Fillers

Cheekbone enhancement

Chin definition

Jawline definition

How to reduce smoker’s lines

Combined fillers

 

The foundation and advanced levels count towards our UK Level 7 Botox Qualification, an industry and A SQA recognised qualification which is Level 11 on the Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework.

Glasgow Points of Interest

For those that need to travel to Glasgow for their most convenient MATA Botox course, it may be worth considering what else is of interest to do in the city. It may be beneficial to make a long weekend out of it and plan some sightseeing in order to make the most of your time. Fortunately here, you will never fall short of things to see or do.

Glasgow, its name derived from a Gaelic phrase meaning ‘green valley’ is a truly magnificent city. Like much of the country, Glasgow is surrounded by stunning countryside and vast green landscapes. If discovering the great outdoors is what you like to do, you will certainly never struggle to find green spaces to explore in and around Glasgow.

Rich with arts, it was named the European City of Culture in 1990 and is home to hundreds of cultural organisations. The Scottish Ballet, The Opera and the Symphony Orchestra are all based in Glasgow. Whether you enjoy the theatre, dance or musical performances the most, all tastes are catered for in this wonderful city.

As well as a diverse cultural offering, the city holds a close association with achievements within the medical field some of the most renowned physicians studied at the university here, including Joseph Lister (antisepsis), George Beatson (breast cancer) John MacIntyre (Xrays and radiology) and Ian Donald (ultrasound technology).

The city boasts a rich history, dating all the way back to the 6th century. As a result there are an abundance of historical sights and experiences to behold in Glasgow.

Whatever you enjoy to do the most from retail therapy (Glasgow is the UK’s biggest shopping hub outside of London) to cultural activities this city has got you covered.