COVID-19 has brought home the importance of the NHS across the UK, and it would be safe to say our gratitude towards medical staff is at a national high. Still, the last year has highlighted problems with the working conditions medical professionals face daily. From stress, lack of patient time, and bureaucratic red tape; to unsocial working patterns, a poor work / life balance, and lower rates of pay; it’s little wonder that some medical professionals are looking for an alternative to traditional healthcare.
Make a Change with MATA
Although working in aesthetics could seem like a leap; doctors, nurses, dentists, midwives, pharmacists and paramedics are all perfectly placed to join this growing industry. Using skills and knowledge gained through years of education and professional experience, enhanced by training in aesthetics, medical professionals can launch a successful career in aesthetics. Many graduates of MATA’s training courses (who are all registered medical professionals) have gone on to open their own aesthetics business, and have reported that working within the aesthetics industry has:
- Given them a better work / life balance
- Given them flexibility around their working hours.
- Given them autonomy in working and let them spend more time with patients
- Allowed them to develop new skills
- Enhanced their income.
Take The First Steps in Your New Career
MATA’s JCCP Accredited Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma in Facial Aesthetics is the quickest, most cost-effective way to develop in aesthetics from beginner to expert practitioner; gaining practical experience in the most popular treatment areas for Botox and dermal filler alongside developing an advanced understanding of the theory behind aesthetic injectables, perfect for beginning a career in aesthetics. If you’re interested in joining MATA’s international community of medical aesthetic professionals, get in touch on 020 3976 6979 or by email; and take the first steps in your journey towards launching your aesthetics career.