Microneedling training course
Microneedling Training Liverpool | Microneedling Training Scotland
what is microneedling?
Microneedling works by creating tiny punctures into the skin to stimulate skin repair and cell regeneration. When the body sustains an injury or wound, it heals itself by creating new collagen. Microneedling can be used to treat fine fines and wrinkles, acne scarring, pigmentation, enlarged pores, age spots, rosacea, stretch marks. This treatment is very new to the UK market and client demand is high.
Where do i get insurance for microneedling?
We have partnered up with INSYNC Insurance – please use this link if you wish to obtain insurance INSYNC INSURANCE LINK – and please use referal code RENE1, so they can offer you the best prices for insurance.
Is the microneedling training course accredited?
Yes our course is fully accredited by the CPD Group please use this link to check us out on the CPD website, here you will get 30 CPD Points
what products should i use for microneedling?
Clinical skincare procedures are a rapidly growing market in the beauty industry. Microneedling is currently in high demand with clients looking for results driven treatments. A natural alternative to Botox microneedling can lift, firm and tighten the skin as well as being one of the most effective procedures in treating scar tissue, acne scarring, stretch marks etc. The average treatment prices range from £125-200 per treatment making this a highly profitable addition to your treatment menu.
do you need previous experience to do the microneedling training course?
We advise all students to contact their current insurance provider, as some advise you need a minimum of level 3 beauty therapy, but if you contact us we can help advise on the best route possible.
Our Microneedling training course covers the skin anatomy and physiology, contraindications, history and benefits of microneedling, health and safety, infection control, treatable skin conditions, product and ingredient recommendations, skin healing stages, methods of microneedling, homecare and aftercare. But if you are a complete beginner to the industry, we highly advise you take our online Anatomy and Physiology training course .
do you offer online microneedling training course?
Yes we do this is priced at £250.00, you can purchase the course by clicking on ‘BUY THIS COURSE’ once you have registered and paid via paypal you will gain instant access to the course and have 12 weeks to complete.
do you offer Classroom microneedling training course in liverpool?
Yes our HQ is located in Formby Liverpool, our classroom Training Costs £450.00, with the choice of purchasing the Dr Microneedling Pen and Cliniccare Starter Kits. – All Students are required to complete their online training prior to their practical training.
do you offer Classroom microneedling training course in scotland?
Yes we offer training in Dundee Scotland, our classroom Training Costs £450.00, with the choice of purchasing the Dr Microneedling Pen and Cliniccare Starter Kits. – All Students are required to complete their online training prior to their practical training.
Which Microneedling skincare kit should i purchase?
Cliniccare starter kit– £200.00 Includes the following:
CLINICCARE Concentrated Cleansing Foam 100ml
CLINICCARE Instant Painless Peel 250ml
CLINICCARE HYAL+ Skin Toner 500m
Vitasept H Skin Antiseptic Spray 150ml
EGF GLOW 8ml (Meso/Microneedling Vial)
EGF REFRESH 8ml (Meso/Microneedling Vial)
EGF TIGHT 8ml (Meso/Microneedling Vial)
EGF GLOW Mask
EGF PURE Mask
EGF REFRESH Mask
CLINICCARE Sun Shield Cream SPF30 50ml
which Microneedling device should i purchase:
We can offer the DR PEN Mirconeedling device as a starter device for £90.00 or if you wish to upgrade to Raffine microneedling device this is at a cost of £480.00
what will i learn on the microneedling training course?
- Health & safety at work act
- Workplace (health and safety regulations) act 1992
- Management of health and safety at work regulations 1999
- Control of substances hazardous to health regulations 2002 (COSHH)
- Code of practice for hygiene in beauty salons
- The appearance of the therapist
- Sterilisation and disinfection
- Safe disposal of sharps
- W.E.E.E regulations 2006
- Types of fire extinguishers
- The reporting or injuries, diseases and dangerous occurances regulations 1995
- Health and safety first aid regulations 1981
- Electricity at work regulations 1989
- The local authority licensing application
- Effective cleaning
- Types of cleaning agents
- Blood borne pathogens
- Hand washing techniques
- Blood borne pathogens policy and procedure
- What is skin needling
- About the micro-needle
- History of skin needling
- How does it work
- Transdermal absorption
- Collagen induction therapy
- What can skin needling benefit
- Client satisfaction
- Client consultation form
- Needle lengths
- Treatment schedule
- Pre-treatment advice
- Treatment protocol
Please note: It is the sole responsibility of the candidate to ensure they have the relevant pre requisite qualifications in order to obtain insurance
SECTION 6 - CLINICCARE & MICRONEEDLING
Section 7 Completed Course