Back to Work Blues in NHS? | SkinViva Training Academy Manchester

Back to Work Blues in NHS?

It’s that time of year again… 

career change aestheticsThe fun of Christmas and New Year is over and it’s back to work with a bump.

Those on the frontline of the NHS face new headlines about NHS Trust overspends of £1.6 billion, the imminent junior doctors strikes, crisis at GP surgeries with more at ‘breaking point’ and A&E under ‘extreme pressure’.

The New Year is a time when people from all walks of life take a step back to review their career and consider where they want to be a year from now. Do they want to be in the same place or is it time for a change?

New Skills Training – Cosmetic Treatments

SkinViva Training Academy is seeing many nurses, doctors, dentists and other suitably qualified medical professionals study to learn cosmetic treatment skills.

This provides an opportunity to build on their medical training and equip to work in the exciting non-surgical treatments market. This could be on a self-employed basis or working for a company like Skinviva.

The recommended starter course is the Foundation BOTOX® and Dermal Fillers day, which provides an introduction to injecting both these cosmetic treatments. Courses are led by practising Aesthetic Doctors and the day combines practical experience with essential medical information as well as business advice.

Botox and Fillers Training Course Availability

Some dates are already full, but at the time of writing, there is availability for the following 3 dates:

  • 18th January
  • 25th January
  • 27th January

Courses are held in Manchester.

Following the combined course, delegates can choose to pursue more advanced courses, including the popular lip enhancement course.

SkinViva Training

SkinViva Training was established  in 2013, in order to teach best practice skills and techniques to other medical professionals wishing to develop high standards of cosmetic injection skills and knowledge. The company only trains registered medical professionals i.e. suitably qualified and registered medical professionals and regularly turn away those whose background does not fit the criteria.

See FAQ for the current list of eligible professions.

For more information, please call 0161 850 2491 or email

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