Botox & Filler Course

DISCLAIMER: To be eligible to take the Botox and Filler course you must be a Licenced Nurse or Doctor.

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This Course Provides a three week online theory portion to equip you with skills, strategies, tools and knowledge to translate and reconceptualize the in class experience. After finishing the theory part of the course you will come in for a two day practicum to provide you with crucial knowledge and skills, grounding them to perfection.

PAYMENT FOR THE BOTOX & FILLER COURSE

The investment for the Botox and Filler course is only $6500 + GST ($1000 Deposit)

Most students register and pay in full at a reduced investment of $6,000 + GST!
Spots for the course are held on a first-come, first-served basis. Those who have placed a deposit have a seat in the designated course start date. All deposits are non-refundable. Tuition must be paid in full upon completion of the courses before receiving certificates of completion and will be held until tuition is paid in full.

 

We offer many different options for payment to fit your specific budget

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FAQ
  1. Meet the requirements
  2. Enroll in a Botox & Filler Certification Course
  3. Attend the training and earn your botox & filler certification
     
Estheticians are not allowed to administer Botox injections, although they can assist the doctor, nurse, or physician assistant by providing post-procedure care. To be clear, this is considered a cosmetic procedure and can only be performed by a licensed medical professional.
 

A minimum of a Level 6 qualification is required to perform basic upper face Botox procedures only.

 
 

Step 1: Earn a Nursing Degree

Step 2: Obtain a Nursing License

Step 3: Gain Experience in Cosmetic Nursing

Step 4: Consider an Aesthetic Nurse Specialist Certification

According to data form ZipRecruiter, $90,326 is the average salary for cosmetic nurses.

 

According to the government of Canada, only a licensed, trained medical professional can administer the injections.

The necessary qualifications to become a cosmetic nurse injector include being a registered nurse or a medical doctor. What’s more, you need to pass the NCLEX-RN to obtain your nursing license in Canada.
 
Of course yes! RNs can do the botox injection under the supervision of a physician.
 
5/5
“I would rate the theory a 9/10, only concern was the weekly modules weren’t sent out in a timely manner, however the content was very helpful. Practical aspect was very excellent (10/10). RN Holly was very knowledgeable and provided some additional content to assist with botox/fiiler. At the end of the practicum component, our instructor RN Holly was confident enough in our skills to perform a skin booster on her. More clients booked on practicum days to get more practice.”
Brittany
5/5
“I attended the Botox and dermal Fillers course at School of natural medical athletics. I had a great experience attending Jackie’s training course. I appreciated the level of knowledge and expertise I encountered at the course. The course provided me great hands-on experiences. The clinic team is also very professional, kind and helpful. I would recommend this clinic to any clients who are considering facial rejuvenation and the course to clinicians that want to expand their scope of practice and overall knowledge.”
Ling
5/5
“Hands on experience is where I learned the most. Educators are great, classes are small enough to be able to feel like you can get your questions answered and get enough hands on experience. I feel like I have an understanding of the machines used, and also what is happening with the skin/body. Facility is clean and other staff also pleasant. Would recommend for anyone that is interested in specializing in any of the treatments offered.”
Samantha

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