Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy has updated its courses with a unique combination of online learning, in-person lessons, and hands-on training to help students achieve certification in a wide range of medical aesthetic procedures, including cool sculpting and radio frequency skin rejuvenation.
More information about the course structure, class prerequisites, and using online training for medical aesthetics certification can be found at https://dermysk.com/pages/academy
By allowing students to learn at home, at their own pace, Dermysk Academy has now made it easier for students with additional jobs, previous commitments, or long commutes to gain their medical aesthetics licensing. While many of the courses use online components, each course also requires in-person training and hands-on experience with actual clients.
Students with no previous medical aesthetics training are welcome to enroll in the Dermysk Academy Basics course, which provides an overview of the entire industry and certification in up to a dozen medical aesthetic procedures. This course requires a high school education or relevant work experience as a prerequisite, and though the course is primarily taken online, students must attend one week of hands-on training with a specialist.
The courses use intentionally minimal class sizes to ensure that every student receives personalized attention and instruction. At the end of each course, students will be experienced with each included procedure, and certified to work with paying clients.
While the Basics course includes the most common procedures, such as laser tattoo removal, acne treatments, and chemical peels, the Dermysk Academy Advanced course expands on that knowledge. Advanced students will learn the basics of Cool Sculpting, which is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment that can be used to selectively contour a client’s form.
The Advanced course also includes improved microneedling and pigmentation treatments, as well as an entire unit dedicated to working on communication issues and dealing with difficult clients. The Academy also teaches a Master’s course and offers several levels of training with injectable cosmetics.
One satisfied student said, “I was amazed by how practical and personalized the courses were. The innovative and modern approach to education helped me gain unique insights into the industry.”
More information about Cool Sculpting courses in Montreal, the Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy, and the combination of online/in-person training can be found at https://dermysk.com/pages/academy
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