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Jawline Augmentation

Price

Duration

£799

1 Day

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About the Course

This course is an advanced course for practitioners already trained in Dermal Fillers


Jawline augmentation is a great alternative to plastic surgery. Many people that are unhappy with the appearance of their jawline, but are too afraid to go under the knife.

DO YOU WANT TO LEARN OUR FAMOUS EMZ SIGNITURE TECHNIQUES TO CREATE THE BEST JAWLINES!

This is one of our most popular courses


Course Content:

- History of Treatment

- Benefits of Treatment

- Anatomy & Physiology

- Health & Safety

- Contraindications & Contra-actions

- Consultation & Patch Testing

- Laws and Legislation

- The Anatomy of the face

- Facial Analysis

- Marking Areas

- Injection Techniques

- Adverse Effects

- Anaphylaxis

- needle and cannula techniques

- Product knowledge

- Aftercare Advice


 

Assessment:

Before you begin any practical, you'll firstly learn all the relevant theory

This includes for example anatomy, facial analysis, injection techniques, first aid, anaphylaxis, aspetic non-touch technique, contraindications, what equipment is required and much more.


On the day, you'll begin the practical with a tutor led demonstration. You'll need to inject into all 3 of the above areas on1-3 seperate people.


*Please NOTE: This course will require 1-3 models for your case studies. Your models must pay for the cost of the products*

we can help with models if needed

Each person counts as a case study, which you will need to write up and submit following the course.


You can do all models in one day if you wish or come back on an additional third day or fourth day to complete your remaining case studies.


We do not allow you to do case studies at your own salon/clinic as you must be fully confident before attempting to do the treatment alone.


Each case study is done strictly at Emz Aesthetics Academy under supervision of a qualified tutor.


Initial one -two days


Practical is completed 1-2-1 to ensure you get full attention per case study.


Insured by leading insurance company - we help get you setup following the course.


We will also help get you set up with our prescriber/wholsalers


We give you advice and ongoing support following completion.


 

Entry Requirements:

If you are a non-medic, you must be qualified in either: NVQ Beauty Therapy Level 3, SPMU, Microblading, Phlebotomy, or related needling work with at least 6 months experience. You will also need to have a certificate in Anatomy & Physiology.


If you are a complete beginner, you can book onto our Fast-Track to Aesthetics course which will let you progress onto advanced dermal fillers training.




Educators Teaching This Course:

Emma Marriott

Emma Marriott

Emma has been teaching for 17 years and has trained thousands of people in the UK as well as internationally.
She has won many awards and is part-owner of another academy that was one of the first schools in Nottinghamshire to offer training in aesthetics for non-medics!
Emma has been doing beauty since the age of 16 so she has many, many years’ worth of knowledge to pass on.
Emma has also been nursing for years until she decided to give that up recently due to focusing on building the EMZ brand.
Emma is the founder of our 9 franchise branches and owns a medical device company in which she sells high quality, medical grade machines.
Emma specialises in Botox, Dermal Fillers, PDO Threads, and advanced electrolysis.
One of her favourite things to teach is Botox or anything that involves a needle really.
Fun Facts: Emma loves eating cakes. Did you know Emma has 6 children and has over 10 businesses! She is an amazing entrepreneur, and we don’t know where she finds the time!

Emma Marriott

Debbie

Emma Marriott

Debbie is one of our educators and has been qualified in beauty and aesthetics
Debbie has worked as a teacher for 10 years, and has lots of clinic knowledge to give.
Some of Debbie's favourite things to teach is: Facials, Massage & Advanced Botox
Fun Fact: She loves a good cup of coffee.

Emma Marriott

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