aesthetic skin complete

The Aesthetic Skin Complete course updated for 2022 is designed for Nurses that wish to have the skills to treat the skin holistically. An elective driven course offering maximum flexibility and progression to complex procedures.


Offering options include;

  • dermal filler
  • skin boosters/tissue stimulators
  • medical micro-needling
  • chemical skin peels
  • platelet-rich plasma

We run brand-agnostic training while still using market-leading brands: Juvederm, Restylane, Ellanse, Sculptra, Teoxane, PROFHILO, Sunekos.

The Skin Complete course provides the perfect foundation for nurses 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.

A fantastic deal

Include the Dermalogic Pro Pen for only €1000 for a value of €1485

A.T.A.I Exclusive Package


  • 1 PRO Pen Kit
  • 3 Microneedling Tip 9-Pin 10pk
  • 3 Microneedling Tip 24-Pin 10pk
  • 1 Pro Pen Sleeve (50pk)
  • 1 Pro Restore (12pk)
Dermalogica Pro Pen

Pro Pen Kit


  • Pro Pen
  • 2 Batteries
  • Power cable
  • Type G plug suitable for UK and Ireland
  • Box plus Instruction manual

a course that understands your education

You know aesthetic medicine is growing year on year, after all, it is why you are here and looking at this course. Entering aesthetics through ATAI means you have access to sector leading medical devices just like the Exceed Micro-Needling device, the first FDA approved pen for treating scar tissue.

Medically targeted course content

Evidence base aesthetic medicine might be a sector of the beauty industry, but it is not beauty therapy. Course content is rigorously researched, what is taught at ATAI always has an evidence base for treatments that produce a dermal structural change, unlike beauty therapy which is purely cosmetic.

Dr. Sarah Marie Nicholson

Subject matter expert

customise your course

Skin boosters and tissue stimulators like PROFHILO, Sunekos, platelet rich plasma. Tissue stimulators and skin boosters are injectable products which cause biological reactions, stimulating collagen growth through cellular targeted procedures is a growth sector within medical aesthetics.
Platelet Rich Plasma Training Course

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 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.

Laura Martin, RN

Aesthetics Clinical Lead

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 & nurses
  • We only train qualified healthcare professionals
  • Help with product purchasing
  • Deep theory & practical training structure
  • CPD Accredited
  • Unlimited practical clinics

level 7 training

ATAI is the only college in Ireland with a long course structure training to a level 7 standard. All theory content is delivered through online learning. We offer unlimited practical clinic days, our aim is your confidence and competence. Our course is Hamilton Fraser approved and CPD verified. When you learn with ATAI your qualification can travel with you.


We try and be as flexible as possible and we are well used to working with doctors and nurses that have to juggle HSE rosters.


ATAI is the only medical and non-medical aesthetic training college in Ireland. Courses specifically designed for HCP’s that are wanting to enter the aesthetic beauty sector. Our practical focus within a clinical environment is unique in Ireland; compare our course options to any provider in Dublin and discover for yourself that the only thing missing from ATAI is YOU.

How much is the Skin Complete course?

Base course cost is €6000 before electives, the course provides a solid foundation in cosmetic science and is designed to fast track nurses knowledge for the aesthetic sector. Course can be configured for individual needs, once you have enrolled we will work through the options with you.

How long will the course take to complete?

Course duration depends on electives taken. Six months is the average minimum without electives. Course length greatly varies depending on the time you can allocate to the online learning of the theory component. Practical training length varies on electives and individual acumen.

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 and Botox for those taking the combined Botox and Dermal filler course. There are also practical days for skin peels, micro-needling, laser and light. ATAI has a strong focus on practical skills training.

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.

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