Diploma in Aesthetic Therapy

You asked so we delivered. Selecting the correct foundation of education has never been more important. Aesthetics is not the beauty sector – If you are considering a career in aesthetics, this is the course that will provide that pathway.

If you are thinking about starting your beauty therapy career, ask yourself, should you select a beauty therapy college that is not equipped for today’s advanced modalities? Or should you select an aesthetics training college with an emphasis on the advanced treatments that clients are looking for and the equipment to deliver such an education?

Welcome to ATAI, your passport into advanced skin aesthetics.

Introduction

One of the single most common questions we are asked is, do you provide an entry-level course that does not include beauty therapy treatments like nails, tanning, waxing, makeup and massage.

Well, now we can say, yes we do. Launching in 2019 our Diploma in Aesthetic Therapy is specifically designed as an entry point into the industry without the traditional beauty treatments. This is the choice for anyone looking to enter the non-surgical aesthetics sector. Before you sign up for a beauty specialists course or diploma, talk to us. With the fastest growing segment of the industry centred around device and skin health modalities, you may find a course in aesthetics more rewarding than a traditional beauty therapy education.

The course is based on blended learning, with 80% of the theory delivered through eLearning. The course which starts with the fundamentals will instil the skills, knowledge and bedside manner to become a competent aesthetics practitioner. While the theory is delivered through eLearning, each class will revise what you have learnt into practical classes. Delivering the theory component through eLearning allows us to concentrate on practical skills training while lowering the time component to complete the course.

Course Outline

The course is designed to exceed the directives in training for non-surgical cosmetic interventions as laid down by the HEE (UK), meet the standards of the JCCP and CPSA. It will provide the learner with an education far exceeding any beauty specialists diploma and is more relevant than a CIDESCO qualification for candidates looking to enter aesthetics rather than beauty.

Practical Focus

80% of your class time is spent on practical training. Delivering theory through eLearning allows a core focus in producing an outstanding hands-on practical educational experience. Acquire skills to provide a thorough consultation to establish client suitability for treatment and also the knowledge on how to formulate a specific treatment plan tailored to suit individual client’s needs. Learners will also be able to provide the client with relevant post-care to maximise treatment results and look after their skin post-treatment. Understand the systems of the body, how nutrition affects skin health while also gaining a full understanding of the physiology of ageing. Learn about evidence-based practice, professionalism, law and ethics. Learn about at-risk groups and body dysmorphia through psychology for aesthetics practice.

Pre Enrolment

Spaces are limited, class size does not exceed 8 students to maximise the educational experience. Register your interest now to avoid disappointment when the course is open.

Subjects

  • Cardiovascular System
  • Lymphatic System
  • Nervous System
  • Muscular System
  • Skeletal System
  • Endocrine System
  • Physiology
  • Pharmacology
  • Pathology
  • Microbiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Biophysics
  • Hygiene
  • Skin Anatomy
  • Skin Function
  • Skin Physiology
  • Skin Conditions
  • Skin Management
  • Laser Tissue Interaction
  • Infection Control
  • Wound Healing
  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Research Methodologies
  • Professionalism
  • Law
  • Ethics
  • Aesthetic Psychology
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Laser Core of Knowledge
  • Record Keeping
  • Clinical Photography
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Clinical Governance
  • Principles of Quality Assurance

Units

Competencies

  • Advanced Consultation
  • Facial Skin Care
  • Facial Cleansing
  • Topical Skin Therapy
  • Skin Analysis
  • Skin Conditions
  • Skin Treatment

Modalities

  • Skin Peels
  • Skin Needling
  • Laser Hair Removal
  • Laser/IPL Skin Rejuvenation
  • Laser/IPL Pigmentation
  • Laser/IPL Superficial Redness

Qualifications

  • Level 4 Diploma in Aesthetic Therapies
  • ITEC Level 4 Certificate in Advanced Skincare
  • ITEC Level 4 Certificate in Skin Peels
  • ITEC Level 4 Certificate in Skin Needling
  • ITEC Level 4 Diploma in Laser & Light

Assessment

  • Practical exams
  • Treatment Evidence Logbook
  • Theory – 6 Assignments
  • Theory – MCQ’s (Multiple Choice Questions)

Clinical Hours

Students are required to complete 76 hours of in-house clinical placement.

Course Duration

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Course Fees

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Progression

After successfully compleating this course you can progress to:

  • Level 4 Radio Frequency
  • Level 4 Ultrasound
  • Level 4 Blemish Removal
  • Level 5 Blemish Removal
  • Level 5 Laser Tattoo Removal
  • Level 5 Skin Needling
  • Level 5 Skin Peels

Nurses can progress to the above plus:

  • Level 5 Mesotherapy
  • Level 5 Fractional Laser Therapy
  • Level 5 Vascular Pathology, Laser Vein Removal
  • Level 5 Vascular Birthmarks
  • Level 5 Pigmented Birthmarks
  • Level 7 Dermal Filler
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