MATA Courses Featured in Aesthetics Journal Discussing Online Learning

MATA Courses were featured in October’s issue of Aesthetics Journal discussing the rise of online learning by training academies in the industry following a 2014 survey from the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI), an organisation for workplace learning professionals that showed organisations’ self-paced e-learning had risen by 59% in just one year; compared to classroom-style training, which had dropped by 29%.1.

At MATA, our exclusive university standard virtual learning environment contains online webinars, quizzes, videos, images, case studies for our delegates to complete the theory component of their course before attending the practical sessions.

Aneequa Bhatti from Medical and Aesthetic Training Academy (MATA), said online learning isn’t just about cost cutting, “The online programme at MATA was created to improve the standard of training in the medical aesthetic industry and adhere to the new HEE guidelines.” Bhatti explains, “We’ve tried to make it ‘fun’; so whilst it’s very informative and rich in content, we’ve tried to make it as interactive and engaging as possible to keep people’s attention and enjoy it too”.