Laser manufacturer Lynton will be offering a new Level 3 Qualification in Anatomy and Physiology in 2021.
According to the company, this knowledge-based qualification will be taught over a three-day fully interactive virtual course via Zoom with Lynton’s training academy manager, Kirsty Turnbull.
Turnbull commented, “Understanding how the body works is a crucial part of the job for any aesthetic practitioner, and this Ofqual-regulated Level 3 VTCT qualification will provide knowledge about the various anatomical structures and physiological functions within the body. This should help practitioners bring a higher quality of assessment and consultation for patients, as well as advice around the best treatments for their concerns.”
Lynton also recently announced that Dr Mark Dickinson (PhD), deputy director of the Photon Science Institute and also the faculty assistant vice dean for research (impact) at the University of Manchester, will be the new lecturer for its Core of Knowledge course.
Dr Dickinson commented, “This one-day theory course provides a fantastic opportunity for delegates to receive world-leading educational content and interact with lecturers from an institute of higher education. This course will allow you to obtain insurance for laser and IPL systems as it covers the fundamentals of laser safety, regulations and light-tissue interactions.”