Add Another String to your Bow with Botox Training for Nurses

Posted on Aug 18 2016 - 1:00am by Admin

Botox for your BowAn increasing number of nurses and other medical practitioners are recognising the benefits of adding additional skills to their repertoire by attending Botox training courses.

The Botox Training Club runs Botox training for nurses, doctors, and dentists. Courses are provided by Dr Harry Singh, himself a dentist, who went from being a regular GDP to a trusted facial aesthetics provider with more than 700 aesthetics patients currently on his books. He has treated more than 3,000 since he began in 2002.

To attend one of his Botox or facial aesthetics workshops, you must be: a Nursing and Midwifery Council registered nurse, a General Dental Council registered dentist, or a General Medical Council registered doctor, surgeon, or specialist.

These popular courses cover the most frequently requested areas for Botox treatment, including frontalis (forehead lines), glabellar (frown lines), and crow’s feet around the eyes. Courses take place in small groups with a maximum of five delegates, who can each bring a member of staff as an observer.

Dr Singh explains how Botox training for nurses, doctors, and dentists can transform your career: “I was a normal GDP; if I can do it, you can too. Free post-workshop support is also offered.”

There has been a huge increase in demand for facial aesthetics treatments in the past few years. Nurses who attend Botox training courses can earn a lot more on an hourly basis than those working as bank nurses. This can enable you to work around family commitments or simply to earn some extra money on a part-time basis for the future.

One thing many nurses don’t enjoy about general medical work is a constant feeling of being under time pressure and working against the clock. Working in a facial aesthetics clinic, or as a self-employed practitioner, you are able to spend a good amount of time with each patient, and to see the real positive transformation Botox and dermal fillers can make to their lives – often producing a significant boost to both body image and confidence.

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Botox training for nurses can be schedule to take place at the weekend, to avoid the need to take much down time from work.