Aesthetic Skin Complete

Nurses & Doctors

Hamilton Fraser Recognised Training CourseThe Aesthetic Skin Complete course is designed for Doctors and Nurses that wish to have the skills to treat the skin holistically. It combines injectable cosmetics with cosmeceutical topical skin therapy, micro-needling, skin peels, and intense pulsed light with a foundational education in dermal science.

be more than an injector

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 billable 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.

Our Aesthetics Skin Complete course will provide you with the core skills to take advantage of this rapidly expanding industry.

  • Cosmeceutical topical skin treatment
  • Intense pulsed light (IPL) for skin rejuvenation
  • Chemical skin peels
  • Medical micro needling
  • Dermal filler
  • Botox®

injectable cosmetic training

Injectables training with ATAI – Since our launch into injectable cosmetics training, ATAI has quickly become the prefered educational partner for many doctors and nurses. Our commitment to quality training, our use of modern online learning aids and exceptional trainers provides an engaging and memorable learning experience.

  • Taught by doctors
  • We only train qualified healthcare professionals
  • Help with product purchasing
  • Adverse reaction & complications kit
  • Deep theory & practical training structure
  • CPD Accredited
  • Supported by Allergan

two course formats

We offer two versions of this course

  • A combined Botox®/Dermal Filler with Skin Rejuvenation €6500
  • Only Dermal Filler with Skin Rejuvenation €5500

While nurses are able to study the combined course and work outside of Ireland with Botox® some people have no plans on leaving or working outside of Ireland, if that is the case for you then you can study the Dermal Filler version of the course.

Allergan Injectable Cosmetics

skin rejuvenation training

Combining theory study and practical hands-on training the brand-agnostic course is perfect for practitioners wishing to position themselves as advanced skin practitioners.

Four clinically proven therapies

  • IPL for skin rejuvenation
  • Medical micro needling
  • Chemical skin peels
  • Cosmeceuticals for topical skin treatment

We combine the practical tools with dermal science producing a practitioner ready to take advantage of the rapidly expanding aesthetics sector.

Orientation Day

Introduction to the eLearning system, introduction to facial peels and micro needling. General introduction to ATAI, your tutor and support details.

eLearning

After the orientation day you have access to the eLearning modules, to learn in your own time and at your own pace. During eLearning, you will also submit assignments as outlined in the course content, your tutor will advise you throughout this process.

Practical Training

Once you have completed the eLearning modules you call ATAI to arrange your practical days, these are held on Mondays and Tuesdays for a typical duration of 5 weeks depending on electives taken. During your practical training, you build a portfolio of treatment evidence performed on models supplied by ATAI. • 12 Case studies facial peels • 12 Case studies micro needling

Exams

After completing all stages of the course we arrange exams at ATAI, and you will be informed of exam dates.

Graduation

After completing the exams, we notify you of results and present you with your qualifications.

Some of the Topics Covered

The Body

  • The Cardiovascular System
  • The Lymphatic System
  • The Nervous System
  • The Muscular System
  • The Skeletal System
  • The Endocrine System

Topical Skin Therapy

  • The Role Of Topical Skin Treatment
  • How Products Interact With The Skin
  • How Client Factors Influence Topical Skin Treatment
  • Associated Risks Of Topical Skin Treatment

The Skin

  • Skin Anatomy
  • Skin Function
  • Skin Physiology
  • Skin Conditions
  • Skin Management

Advanced Consultation

  • The Client-Focused Approach To Pre Treatment Assessment
  • The Role Of Skin Examination
  • The Importance Of Communication And Informed Consent
  • How To Recognise And Respond To Vulnerable Clients
  • The Role Of A Post Treatment Care Plan
  • The Importance Of Record Keeping In Aesthetics

FAQ

How much is the Skin Complete course?

The total course fees are €6500. if you are a nurse and intend to stay in Ireland and only wish to study Dermal Fillers removing the Botox® training then the course is €5500.

How long will the course take to complete?

The course combines approximately 10 practical training days with approximately 10 weeks of online theory study.

Do you have a payment plan?

Yes, we understand it can be difficult to pay the cost of education up front. On booking the course a non-refundable deposit of €500 is taken; from there on the foundation day, we require a balance of 50% of the course fee. After that, you are able to pay the balance of the course throughout the course duration.

Who is able to attend this course?

This course is open to Doctors, Nurses, Dentists, and selected allied health and medical professionals that reside or practice outside of Ireland, i.e. Pharmacists, Dental Hygienists, Paramedics.

I am a beauty therapist can I attend this course?

Sorry due to insurance protocols and the problem of beauty therapy being an unregulated qualification, we are unable to facilitate training for beauty therapists.

Is there a practical component to the course?

Yes, the course is structured with the delivery of theory of approximately 113 hours through our virtual learning environment. In addition, the practical days see you observing injectable treatment plus hands-on administering of dermal fillers. All our courses have a strong focus on practical skills.

Do I need to bring my own model?

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.

Can I practice after attending this course?

Yes, if you pass all components of the foundation course in dermal fillers it complies with all insurance needs.

Course Dates

Click on a course date for enrolment or phone 01 524 1511

08decCourse is multiple days and dates with Orientation/Foundation Day On:Aesthetics Skin CompleteThe complete skin course for Doctors & Nurses

12janCourse is multiple days and dates with Orientation/Foundation Day On:Aesthetics Skin CompleteThe complete skin course for Doctors & Nurses

Related Courses

All ATAI courses strive to facilitate the highest level of education in their class, and the dermal filler course for nurses is no different. We are confident that our course represents the highest level of training available in the Irish market. Our training focus on allied health professionals represents our ethics and principles in good outcomes in cosmetic care. Safety for the general public must be of paramount importance, we are concerned with training providers that facilitate training for non-medical allied health candidates, and you should be too.