Aesthetic Medicine and Nurses
Ms Khan is the creator of the Nurse Cosmetic Injector Program (United States) and directed the launch of the program in United Kingdom. This is a female industry and since most nurses are female, Ms Khan understood nurses will relate with female clients effectively which is an innate skill acquired in nursing and is a benefit to any aesthetics business.
The level of training to become a registered nurse (3 year diploma) in the UK ensures a place in medical aesthetics and the V300 qualification enables nurses to practice independently. KT Training is dedicated to helping nurses learn the skill of non-surgical medicine combined with business solutions. This is the only business where nurses can earn high profitability with minimal start-up capital if they receive the correct advice.
It is recommended that nurses complete the e-learning pre-courses which are provided to everyone who enrols on a KT Training course, this ensures all candidates have a good foundation knowledge with each procedure before attending a full training day.
Nurses who would like to attend the botox training courses will require the V300 prescribing qualification or a doctor to support with prescribing botox on completion of the course.
Dermal fillers, chemical peels, dermaroller and many other products are medical devices and can be purchased directly from the pharmacies.
As with all of our candidates and courses, a complimentary business start up and e-learning cosmetic business courses and receive additional CPD points.
The course includes planning, marketing and promotion modules for you to study step by step as you create your business.