Be more than an injector

Aesthetic Skin Complete

The Aesthetic Skin Complete course updated for 2023 is designed for Nurses & Doctors that wish to have the skills to treat the skin holistically.
Practical training is located at our college in Swords, Co Dublin.
Practical Training

8 Days Minimum up to 20 patients treated.

No waiting for course dates.

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1:1 / 1:2  training



Flexible Curriculum

Designed for working medics.

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— What's included

Aesthetic Skin Complete.

The Skin Complete course provides the perfect foundation for medical professionals wanting to be more than an injector. Combining clinically proven treatments and core dermal science to practice ethically and confidently within the growing aesthetics sector.

Standard configuration

  • Dermal filler
  • ITEC Level 4 microneedling
  • ITEC Level 4 chemical peels


  • Platelet-rich plasma €950
  • One protocol Bio Revitaliser €920
  • Toxin (doctors/dentists) €1000
  • Laser and IPL €1750


Course includes ITEC exams.
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Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3

 Confidence & Competence

Engaging, effective practical training

We constantly work to improve our training— draw on decades of experience from our medical educators.

Fit for purpose theory

Developed in house, delivered online to a level 7 standard and includes explanation video.

Follow on training

Grow your skills as your experience grows with our masterclasses.
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Learning Experiences you will fall in love with

Extensive theory programme

  • Principles of dermatology 
  • Principles of cosmetic psychology 
  • Principles of ageing and photo-ageing
  • Principles of treatment in aesthetic medicine
  • Principles of history, ethics, and law 
  • Principles of botulinum toxin use*
  • Principles of dermal filler use
  • Provide micro-needling treatments
  • Provide skin peeling treatments

Training tomorrow's industry leaders today.

A comprehensive theory programme might be the cornerstone of our aesthetic medicine courses but practical hands-on training is the foundation. Training to a Level 7 standard produces competent practitioners furthermore our ability to train you on many evidence-based modalities takes you on a journey from injector to a specialist in non-surgical aesthetics.

Foundation skills to build your career.

Foundation skills

We start off with dermal filler. The skills you learn with dermal filler underpin further learning in BIO stimulators. You will typically cover techniques and subjects such as:
  • Facial anatomy
  • Types of dermal fillers
  • Patient assessment and consultation
  • Injection techniques
  • Safety and risk management
  • Pre- and post-treatment care
  • Ethical and legal considerations
  • Hands-on practical training
Level 4

Provide micro-needling and skin peel treatments.

ITEC Needling and Peels

Needling and skin peels are a foundational treatment for producing outstanding aesthetic outcomes. During the course you will perform 12 case studies, 6 for needling and 6 for peels. These are based on patients you have treated during the course. You will also write three assignments the details can be found within the course structure of this page.

We strive to produce the best practitioners in the industry.

Continual Assessment and Exams

We provide continual assessment and practitioners do not progress until individual educators are happy with the skills of the delegate. At times, practitioners will not be able to pass the course for a variety of reasons including but not limited to aptitude, eye sight, practical skills, failing exams. 

While we offer extended practical days for delegates that require more training we cannot guarantee all delegates will pass the course.

Assignment overview

The Aesthetic Skin Complete course includes ITEC Level 4 qualifications that are an in-depth undertaking representing the move in the aesthetic beauty industry towards higher qualifications. 
  • Assignment 1– This assignment should display you have a working knowledge of client consultation, the importance of record keeping and how to correctly evaluate the needs of the client.
  • Assignment 2– This assignment is to show you have a working knowledge of the physiology of skin ageing and understand the need, process, and have the ability to carry out an advanced skin assessment.
  • Assignment 3– In this assignment you will show an understanding of the importance of professional conduct in medical aesthetic therapies. Know the key regulations, legislative influences and responsibilities relating to medical aesthetic therapies. Understand advanced contra-actions, hygiene issues and medical emergencies of specific concern to non-medical aesthetic therapies.








Aesthetic skin complete course centres around regenerative aesthetic medicine. The industry is moving towards more cellular regeneration technologies. BIO stimulators. BIO remodellers, platelet-rich plasma, and micro-needling are all part of the regenerative line of treatments. This course is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of the skin and its treatment. We cannot forget that skin health is at the heart of reducing the effects of ageing.

Frequently asked questions

How much is the aesthetic skin complete course?

The Stage 1 foundation level course is €6000
  • Foundation Dermal Filler
  • ITEC Level 4 Needling 
  • ITEC Level 4 Skin Peeling

You can add electives to this course including:
  • PRP
  • BIO Revitaliser
  • Laser & IPL
  • Botulinum toxin

Who is able to attend this course?

The course is open to doctors, dentists and nurses with an active registration.

Is there a practical component to this course?

Yes, the course is structured with the delivery of theory of approximately 190 hours through our virtual learning environment. In addition, the practical day sees you observing injectable treatment plus hands-on administering of treatments. All our courses have a strong focus on practical skills.

I am a beauty therapist can I attend this course?

No, due to the unregulated nature of beauty therapists and insurance protocols plus the legislation around prescription medicine beauty therapists are unable to study this course. Can I just enrol in the theory aspect of the course then? Sorry, no that is also not possible. We see that as encouraging rogue practices in the industry.

Do I need to provide my own model for the course?

No, we provide all models for the practical component of the course. If you do wish to bring along a model, please let us know at the time of enrolment.

Do I need my own insurance?

No, our insurance covers you on the practical treatment days. Once you have qualified you will, of course, need to organise your insurance to practice.

Injectables should often be the last procedure not the first.

While injectable cosmetics provide outstanding and often as is the case with dermal filler immediate results, the overall visual enhancement is only as good as the canvas. If the client’s skin is in poor health, UV damage, a lacklustre appearance, suffering from skin conditions then often the patient’s satisfaction is also lacking. Injectable cosmetics should be the final touch to the client’s appearance, not the first step. This inside-out approach, addressing skin health first to lift the patient’s skin to optimal skin health can be viewed as best practices in aesthetic care.

Apart from the increased client satisfaction it also provides the practitioner with a more diverse skillset and a much more employable set of skills. Clients today are looking for practitioners that can address all their skin concerns not just provide injectables. For nurses looking for employment in specialist skin clinics, employers are looking for skin specialists that can offer more than injectables. Skin care specialists are highly sought after in the industry and as nurses and doctors, you can provide a unique remit of skills that set you apart from general therapists.

Your educators

Dr Michelle Westcott
Head of training
Dr Emily Casey
Dr Asta Agasarova
Nurse Lynn Murdock
Nurse Leeanne O'Reilly
Meghan Kiely
Therapists Educator

Aesthetic skin complete.

Be more than an injector. Skin complete sets you up as an advanced skin practitioner. Providing the modalities that are in demand and have their place in modern aesthetic treatment.
TCA peels, also known as trichloroacetic acid peels, are a popular and effective cosmetic procedure used to improve the appearance of the skin. TCA is a chemical solution that is applied to the skin, causing controlled exfoliation and subsequent regeneration of the skin cells. TCA peels are often used to address a variety of skin concerns, including wrinkles, fine lines, sun damage, age spots, acne scars, and uneven skin tone.

Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure used to rejuvenate the skin and improve its texture and appearance. The microneedling process stimulates the skin's natural healing response, triggering the production of collagen and elastin.

Dermal fillers are typically composed of a gel-like substance that is injected into specific areas of the face. The most commonly used filler substances include hyaluronic acid (HA), calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA), poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), and polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA). These substances vary in their composition, longevity, and specific indications.