Training provider Interface Aesthetics has launched a Junior Trainee Mentorship Scheme (JTMS) in Facial Aesthetics.
The course is directed towards undergraduate (penultimate and final year) medical, dental and nursing/midwifery students, and will comprise monthly webinars.
According to Interface, the course has been designed to offer opportunities for students interested in aesthetics with the aim of educating these future registered health professionals in regulation, training and cosmetic injectables practice.
Dr James Olding, director of Interface Aesthetics, commented, “As a training provider myself I am inundated with the same questions and concerns from young trainees across the key professions. Many concerns are common to doctors, dentists and nurses, and addressing these requires a joined-up approach from the undergraduate through to postgraduate stages. As well as webinars, there will also be face-to-face days which will be rolled out once the situation with COVID-19 becomes more under control. This is something we anticipate from May 2021 onwards.”