Aesthetic training provider Interface Aesthetics has launched a video-based learning resource.
According to the company, the resource provides high quality, evidence-based theoretical training to medical practitioners in the safety of their own home. It aims to promote safety and excellence in non-surgical aesthetics by making use of anatomy animations, a case video library and video lectures.
Dr James Olding, director of Interface Aesthetics and trainee oral and maxillofacial surgeon, said, “Video tutorials promote engagement in the learning process, especially through the use of anatomical computer animations and injectable case videos. Importantly, we have produced a resource which puts safety and anatomy at the forefront of every assessment and treatment, drawing on expertise from across medicine, surgery and dentistry.”
Dr Olding added, that teaching at Interface Aesthetics is conducted in line with HEE and JCCP guidance, exclusively for registered healthcare professionals. “The new learning resource will be used as part of our Level 7 Certificate in Injectables, and moving forward will be expanded for use with our Advanced and Masterclass training,” he stated.