Dalvi Humzah Aesthetic Training (DHAT) is introducing a ‘blended learning’ concept to its range of award-winning courses.
According to consultant plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgeon Mr Dalvi Humzah, the aim is for all DHAT courses to incorporate digital learning followed by hands-on training.
The first course incorporating the new concept will launch at the end of June and is called Core Cannula Knowledge. This aims to teach beginner and intermediate practitioners the background of cannulas, what they need to know for clinical practice, and tips for purchasing. Following the completion of the online course, delegates will then have access to book a hands-on training session.
Mr Humzah said, “We are excited to be launching the novel DHAT blended learning concept, starting with Core Cannula Knowledge. This approach will ensure those who want to continue learning during lockdown can, and delegates in the future will be able to gain the important theoretical knowledge to make the most of their hands-on learning with us. We are aiming to incorporate this approach with all of our future DHAT courses.”
DHAT will also be launching strategic business digital training alongside Ben Feltwell, director and founder of Baldur Digital, to help practitioners with their digital marketing efforts.
Alongside this, DHAT has confirmed that the company will be starting their Train the Trainer programme again in November, with a new module on how to present a webinar.