Foundation Toxin Training UK
what is toxin?
Botulinum toxin A (Azzalure) often referred to as ant-wrinkle or muscle relaxant injections is a prescription only treatment. It works by temporarily blocking the nerve signals to the muscles. The muscle becomes relaxed, in turn reducing the appearance of the lines and wrinkles.
is the toxin Training accredited?
Yes, like all our courses, they are accredited via the CPD accreditation group.
what are the pre-requisites for the foundation toxin Training course?
Medical professional registered to a medical body
NVQ level 3 or equivalent in Beauty Therapy
6 months experience in advanced beauty treatments that penetrates the skin i.e Microblading, SPMU, Microneedling etc with A&P Level 3
12 months experience in advanced beauty treatments that penetrates the skin i.e Microblading, SPMU, Microneedling
All students must send in proof of their previous qualifications
what areas of the face will i learn on the foundation botulinum toxin training course?
What will i learn?
- Health & safety
- Salon hygiene, health & safety
- Professional ethics
- Needle Safety
- Bloodborne pathogens
- Storing medicines
- Emergency plan
- Handling prescribed products
- History of Botulinum toxin
- Chemical composition of Botulinum toxin
- Equipment needed
- Mixing and storing
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Injection techniques for Glabellar
- Injection techniques for forehead lines
- Injection techniques for crows feet
- Injection techniques for brow lift
- Client consultation
Do you offer the foundation toxin training in Liverpool?
Yes we have our centre located in Formby Liverpool and around the UK – please see dates and location training available above
How does the classroom training work?
Please select below the training date you wish to attend. Once paid you will be given your online log in details, as you will need to complete pre study prior to training. Your classroom training is practical based training. The training is 1 day.
All students will need to send in proof of certificates for pre-requisites