THE UK’S FIRST INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL SEMINAR IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

By Lynton Lasers / 24 Mar 2020

In these unprecedented times, practitioners should not stop learning, developing and expanding their expertise.

To support the development of aesthetic practitioners multi-award-winning Lynton Lasers have taken their renowned Core of Knowledge course online.

This will be the UK’s first virtual seminar in conjunction with the University of Manchester, which allows delegates to interact with their lecturers and fellow students alike mirroring a classroom setting.

As Lynton originates from the University of Manchester, we are proud that the Core of Knowledge course developed in collaboration with the University's School of Physics can be delivered virtually.

This provides a fantastic opportunity for delegates to receive world-leading educational content and interact with lecturers from an Institute of Higher Education from the comfort of their own homes.

If you’re looking at Laser and IPL as a possible direction for your business, or you’re an experienced practitioner looking to sharpen your skills and knowledge.

This training course is highly recommended for all those interested in the science of Laser & IPL and is guaranteed to improve your understanding and confidence in attaining effective treatment results.

The Core of Knowledge is a 1-day theory course providing the certification required to obtain insurance for Laser & IPL systems by virtue of the fact that it covers the fundamentals of laser safety, regulations and light-tissue interactions in conjunction with The University of Manchester.

This course follows the syllabus as outlined by the MHRA. The British Medical Laser Association (BMLA) recommends that all laser users attend a Core of Knowledge every 5 years.


Lecturer Bio’s:

Dr Samantha Hills (PhD) is the Clinical Director at Lynton Lasers and Honorary Lecturer in the department of Musculoskeletal and Dermatological Sciences at the University of Manchester.

Dr Mark Dickinson (PhD) is the Deputy Director of the Photon Science Institute and also the Faculty Assistant Vice Dean for Research (Impact) at the University of Manchester.

Dr David Binks (PhD) is currently a Reader, as well as the Director of Undergraduate Recruitment at the University of Manchester.

The price of this course is £99 + VAT for one day's in-depth training

For course dates, more information on this qualification or to book your space please call 01477 531150, or alternatively you can send your enquiry through to info@lynton.co.uk.