Foundation Course Dermal Fillers …
Designed for nurses
Our foundation course in dermal fillers is structured explicitly for nurses in Ireland wanting to enter the cosmetic injectables sector. Built from the framework of the Level 7 injectables for aesthetic medicine, RPL is in place if you decide you wish to progress with the Level 7 qualification.
Theory component delivered through our VLE
Principles of Dermatology in Aesthetic Medicine
- Understand the structure and function of the skin and hair
- Understand the impacts of age and dermatological condition upon the skin
- Understand the use of dermatologically focussed tools and products
Principles of Dermal Filler Use in Aesthetic Medicine
- Understand the biochemistry and mechanisms of action of dermal fillers
- Understand the facial anatomy relevant to the use of dermal fillers within aesthetic medicine
- Understand a range of techniques for the application of dermal fillers
- Understand the risks and the management options, referring to adverse effects, associated with dermal filler administration
Practice of Dermal Filler Use in Aesthetic Medicine
- Be able to perform client assessments relating to the use of dermal fillers
- Be able to develop a range of treatment plans relating to the use of dermal fillers
- Be able to administer dermal fillers
- Be able to address adverse effects, arising from the use of dermal fillers, using hyaluronidase
Introduction to dermal fillers led by educator Dr Kelly
- Patient selection
- Facial anatomy
- Injection technique
- Basic administering of facial filler injections
- Administer of Dermal Fillers to treat nasolabial folds, marionette lines, basic cheek augmentation, lip augmentation, and oral commissures.
The theory component represents approximately 113 hours of study delivered through our virtual learning environment. Models are provided for your practical application of dermal fillers each procedure is photographed before and after in accordance with standards for record of treatment. Unless explicitly stated, models used for your record of treatment cannot be used for general marketing materials.
How much is the foundation course in dermal fillers
The course is €2995.00
Do you have a payment plan?
Yes, we understand it can be difficult to pay the cost of education up front. You are able to pay a 50 percent deposit and the balance over 6 interest free manageable payments.
Who is able to attend this course?
While the course is aimed at nurses, if you are a doctor or dentist that would like to gain the knowledge the Level 7 format provides, you are more than welcome to attend the course. However, you might be more interested in our foundation course in dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections
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 day sees 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.
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.