Medical and Aesthetic Training Academy (MATA) has launched two new level 7 training qualifications for botulinum toxin and dermal filler injections.
The Postgraduate Certificate in the Principles & Practice of Clinical Injectable Therapies, will provide delegates with the relevant theory and practice knowledge to make them confidently able to perform these injectable treatments.
“We are very proud to be creating a portfolio of new advanced training, especially for medical treatments like botulinum toxin and dermal fillers,” said MATA founder Mr Faz Zavahir. He continued, “Not only is the level 7 training mapped to the latest Health Education England guidelines, we want to continue to train professionals at the highest level available, and ensuring patients’ safety always comes first. We want delegates to fully understand and learn how to deal with complications safely, as well as improve on their skills.”
The course involves 100 hours of theory, two days of practice training, two days of practical assessments and written examination. A log book completion must also be achieved, which will include 10 practice and 10 observed treatments.
The Postgraduate Certificate in the Principles & Practice of Clinical Injectable Therapies course is EduQual accredited and is open to doctors, dentists, nurses, independent nurse prescribers who are qualified at level 6 with a valid GMC, GDC or NMC number.
More information about the course can be found on the MATA website.