Discounted rate for booking through Sevim Karagoz: £5000 including VAT.
We use PayPal for all of our payments for your security. We are pleased to be able to offer 0% interest on our payment plans. Course fee: £5000 split into 2 equal, 0% interest payments of £2500 1 month apart. All course fees must be paid before attending the course. By paying your first instalment you are accepting that you have checked and meet the eligibility criteria in the section above and cancellation policy below - so please look over these carefully and if you have questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org Select your desired course date below - note these are non transferrable.
It's really the insurance companies who make the rules as to what the eligibility criteria is as it's them who will offer insurance to practitioners following training. For 'non-medics' we highly recommend speaking with Cathedral or Insync about insurance requirements before making an enquiry with us. We will seek evidence that you have obtained an insurance quotation or policy before accepting you onto our course.
Full refund minus £50 administration fee if 21 days notice given. Group bookings provide discounts for each member of the group. If one person cancels their refund will therefore be reduced to offset the discount already given to other group members. Note also that we cannot refund any credit card fees paid by you during the payment. Please also note that if, for any reason, you decide that you would like to move your booking to a later date after making your course payment, this will be considered as a cancellation and re-booking, so the cancellation fee plus any other associated fees may apply.
Assessment of foundation-level practical skills using mannequins (3 Anti-wrinkle Toxin cases and 3 filler cases) in the morning followed by an afternoon small group teaching session with real patients in a simulated clinic with an emphasis on foundation skills. In the afternoon, trainees will receive additional assessment and feedback on their practical skills, but in a more group-orientated and informal manner than the morning session.
Assessment of advanced-level skills using mannequins (3 Anti-wrinkle Toxin cases and 3 filler cases) in the morning followed by an afternoon small group teaching session with real patients in a simulated clinic- with an emphasis on more advanced skills. In the afternoon, trainees will receive additional assessment and feedback on their practical skills, but in a more group-orientated and informal manner than the morning session.
The assessments (both formal and informal) will form part of the trainee's self-managed log-book. As part of the new guidelines, trainees are expected to observe 10 Anti-wrinkle Toxin and 10 filler treatments then be observed performing 10 Anti-wrinkle Toxin and 10 filler treatments. Our face-to-face assessments using mannequins will allow trainees the opportunity to record their first cases in their log-book and the afternoon session should allow further opportunities for logging cases. This can be done either using our e-portfolio (found at www.cosmeticappraisal.com) or simply with pen and paper.
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Disclaimer- please check with your insurance company before booking onto our course. Although we have good relations with all of the major insurance companies, the decision whether or not to provide indemnity cover for you post-training is outside of our control and the rationale for providing or not providing cover does change from time-to-time without warning.
It's really the insurance companies who make the rules as to what the eligibility criteria is as it's them who will offer insurance to practitioners following training. For 'non-medics' we highly recommend speaking with Cathedral or Insync about insurance requirements before making an enquiry with us. Contact them as follows: CATHEDRAL ASSOCIATES LONDON LIMITED / TEL: 01892 601198 / 601199 / Email:- firstname.lastname@example.org Insync: Click on the logo for a quote. Note that Insync will insure medics and also non-medics with an NVQ level 3 OR 6 months experience providing SPMU or Microblading.
A: You'll need a prescriber for Anti-wrinkle Toxin but not for dermal filler. The rules are different because Anti-wrinkle Toxin is a MEDICINE whereas filler is a MEDICAL DEVICE. We recommend that you ask any doctors, dentists or nurse practitioners in your area to be your prescriber. If they would like advice on how to prescribe Anti-wrinkle Toxin, ask them to email us on email@example.com. If you do not already have a personal connection to one of these, let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org - don't forget to tell us the city / town you intend to practice in. It is possible that we can connect you to a prescriber in that area but is not guaranteed. The prescriber must see each patient face-to-face (video and phone calls are not enough unfortunately) before they can prescribe Anti-wrinkle Toxin for them. Typically this will involve the patient paying a fee upfront to the prescriber for the consultation (approximately £30-50) and the practitioner then paying the prescriber an agreed fee / vial or prescription of Anti-wrinkle Toxin (approximately £2-5 per area of Anti-wrinkle Toxin).
'Foundation' Botulinum Toxin treatments include- forehead, glabellar frown lines, crow's feet. 'Advanced' Botulinum Toxin treatments include DOAs (depressor oris angularis- mouth corners),
under eyes (for crep skin), extended crow's feet, lipstick lines, poppy chin, under arm hyperhidrosis. 'Foundation' dermal filler treatments include nasolabial folds, marionette lines,
lip enhancement. 'Advanced' dermal filler treatments include fine lines, dynamic lines (lines present more on movement), frown lines, lipstick lines & cheek augmentation (zygoma).
Practical sessions will involve every member of the group having a go at each treatment in a rotation under the close supervision of a trainer. It is anticipated that delegates will have a chance to treat all ‘basic’ treatments for two models and most of the advanced treatments for 1 model. The models vary from course to course so on occasion it is not possible to treat every advanced area- however, if this occurs a thorough explanation of the treatment will be provided. It is important to note that delegates will learn skills which will be applicable to many different areas of the face. ALL candidates report feeling confident to begin injecting independently following the course- however it is strongly advised that delegates begin doing so within one month of completion to consolidate their skills. Hyperhidrosis treatment will not be carried out on the course- it will however be taught; the reason for this is that whilst it requires relatively little skill to perform, it is time consuming. Delegates’ time is better devoted to building confidence in more technically challenging treatments.
"Non-medics" is a label given to those eligible to train in Anti-wrinkle injections & Dermal filler which includes Beauty Therapists (with NVQ level 3), Dental Hygienists and Therapists, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Pharmacists, paramedics and Operating Department Practitioners. The "non-medic" label just means 'not a doctor, dentist or nurse'.
In line with new government recommendations (https://hee.nhs.uk/news-events/news/new-qualifications-unveiled-improve-safety-non-surgical-cosmetic-procedures) and recommendations of some insurance companies, we've decided to make some changes to our course structure in order to improve the quality of training and give opportunities for those who have attended a previous course (either with us or elsewhere) to receive further training which includes both assessment and mentoring..
“Non-medics' will now need to complete a four day training course in order to qualify for certification. We have trained lots of Dentists, Doctors and Nurses (collectively referred to as 'medics') in London too, so i'll explain below where they fit in.