Nurses are known for working long hours, most commonly three 12-hour shifts. Many nurses are very passionate about their job, which is why they are a great fit for such a dedicated position!
However, some nurses may be looking for a bit of a change after years and years of doing the same thing over and over, which is why many nurses have attended medical aesthetician schools for Botox injection training.
Medical professionals, like nurses, are the only ones who are able to perform cosmetic injections after attending a certified Botox course.
Botox training at medical aesthetician schools, like National Laser Institute, only take between 1-7 days, so nurses can be on their way to using new skill sets in a new environment or adding it to their current practice. Nurses also have the opportunity to earn CE/CME credits upon completion of their Botox injection course.
1-Day Botox Injection Training Course
National Laser Institute is a medical aesthetician school that is recognized as gold standard of education and offers a 1-day Botox injection training course for nurses, doctors and medical professionals.
Nurses will learn in both a didactic classroom setting from skincare and medical aesthetics experts in the field as well as through clinicals, where they will practice hands-on training with scheduled clients within a medical spa environment.
In this course, nurses will learn:
- An aesthetic overview of Botox injections
- How Botox injections work within the muscles, tissue and skin
- Advanced Botox injection techniques
- Client selection and communication
- Pre- and post-treatment care
- And more!
Let us provide you with quality education, where you can receive hands-on training with Botox and other cosmetic injectables while learning from the best in the medical aesthetics industry.
Our medical aesthetician school is dedicated to your education and learning experience, and we keep our classes small and intimate for the opportune learning environment. We have earned many outstanding reviews and are recognized as the Harvard or Stanford of the medical aesthetics schools.