Clinical placement for aesthetic medicine

Clinical Placement – Residency Programme

We have now further developed the clinical placement methodology in creating a residency programme. The residency programme allows practitioners to work a day a week, even two in some cases if their schedule allows. As an added bonus the practitioner is also earning back their course fees. Our main goal of changing aesthetic training at its very core is very much taking shape.

New Aesthetic Medicine Training Location

Our new training location is opening in Bray on the Main Street. The first of our new training locations to provide more flexibility to our delegates while providing more convenience to our clients. Our residency programme allows you to hit the ground running, Spend time in our clinics as a practitioner, honing your skills with peer support. This really is a training game changer in aesthetic medicine. Work with the most in-demand products available, Allergan Botox® and Allergan Juvederm dermal filler while still being exposed to other products within the sector and how specific products work with specific indications.

Level 4 micro needling

A level 4 aesthetic beauty course is longer than one day

One day training courses are a scourge on the beauty and medical aesthetics industry. The more we try and elevate the sector and bring in reputable training for a publically safer sector the more it would seem newly established training companies try and cash in on the lack of education around courses in the industry.

As a simple guide, any level 4 micro-needling course is approximately 200 guided learning hours, substantially longer than one day.

ISO Aesthetic Training

Aesthetic Beauty – towards better standards

HIGHER STANDARDS IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING ARE THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF ATAI. YOU MAY HAVE HEARD US TALKING ABOUT A NEW DIRECTION IN AESTHETIC EDUCATION AND THE MENTIONING OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR STANDARDISATION (ISO). FOUNDED IN 1947 IT PROVIDES FRAMEWORKS FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OF PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS. ITS SOLE PURPOSE IS TO MAKE SURE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ARE SAFE, RELIABLE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
Regulated qualifications provided by awarding bodies such as IQ, ITEC/VTCT, and CIBTAC provide for a quality qualification as the course has to meet a robust educational standard. However, there is no guarantee that the delivering educational institution is providing an educational experience matching the high nature of the regulated qualification. While many colleges do provide a sound education, there is no audit trail that the college is adhering to any set standard.