Botox and Dermal Fillers Training Courses for Nurses

Botox Training for Nurses

As nurses on the NHS struggle with regular pay freezes, the desire for additional income is strong in many quarters – which is why Botox courses for nurses can be an appealing way to earn extra money.

And if you can build the right contacts, the aesthetics industry can be a supportive and rewarding industry to enter and allow you greater flexibility in your work/life balance.

In a £2.2 billion industry like Botox, the money you could be making is significantly higher than in your job as a nurse, provided you’re fully qualified in aesthetics.

To help you break into the industry, we can provide you with a Level 7 qualification in Botulinum Toxins and Dermal Fillers. Upon completion of this course, you’ll meet the latest recommendations without having to study for a postgraduate degree.

This is a course specially designed with nurses in mind, whether you’re entering the aesthetics industry for the first time or need a refresher course to keep your skills up-to-date.

So if you’re interested in learning the art of Botox injections, get in touch with us today.

Frequently asked questions about Botox courses for nurses


Will my work in aesthetics interfere with my nursing?

The aesthetics industry is always looking for medical practitioners to join its ranks and, as such, many practices will offer you as much flexibility as you need to perform your day job.

Alternatively, you’ll be able to open your own practice or work privately, giving you the chance to choose which days you work and which patients you work for.

Will I be able to spend more time with my patients?

In the rush of nursing work for the NHS, being able to spend a substantial amount of time with your patients is a rarity. But in the aesthetics industry, you can put your patient at ease during their initial consultation, as well as in their appointments and follow-up visits.

This is a chance for any nurse who enjoys a customer-facing environment to exercise their interpersonal skills.

In what ways does the aesthetics industry differ to working for the NHS?

Many nurses complain of an abundance of red tape in the NHS which interferes with their ability to perform their jobs effectively.

Contact time with patients, too many targets to meet, restrictive budgets, unrealistic deadlines – these are problems faced by nurses every day.

In the aesthetics industry ,you’ll have more control over the way you work, giving you increased job satisfaction.

Why should I choose you for my courses in Botox?

We’re a team of bona fide, highly experienced cosmetic and plastic surgeons fully accredited by the GMC. The experience of training from us isn’t only based in theory – you’ll be able to practice on live models, all under advisement from our expert team.

A large number of our advisors also have experience of setting up their own practice, giving you the chance to receive business and cosmetic advice.

This is a course that will leave you fully qualified in the administering of Botox and its derivatives.

Are you a nurse interested in a Botox course? Then get in touch.