Anti-Wrinkle and Dermal Fillers Training fro Nurses

Although nurses throughout New Zealand have reported high levels of job satisfaction, the trials of the last year have had a cost; with many nursing staff reporting extreme stress levels, risk of burnout from long and unsociable hours, and increased feelings of anxiety and depression; alongside dissatisfaction with pay that is often not in line with the cost of living in Australia’s cities. Training in medical aesthetics has become increasingly popular amongst nurses not only in New Zealand but worldwide; as nurses find careers in aesthetic injectables to not only be more lucrative but also just as fulfilling as traditional nursing.

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Why Nurses should train in cosmetic injectables:

With a wealth of experience in working closely with patients, nurses are perfectly placed for success in the aesthetics industry, because:

Nurses have a variety of experience in minor procedures such as blood draws and cannula placement.

Nurses are skilled injectors used to administering to a variety of patients.

Nurses have experience in working directly with patients.

Nurses are accustomed to handling complications in a range of settings, whether in hospitals, medical practices, or in the community

Nurses are accustomed to working with patients post-treatment.

Benefits for Nurses

Although there is an initial cost to training in aesthetic injectables, the benefits of this training can be vast. MATA graduates from nursing have reported that training in anti-wrinkle and dermal fillers has:

Increased their earning potential, to the point where some have left traditional nursing all together to focus solely on aesthetic practice.

Given them a level of independence in their work in a less stressful environment.

Allowed them to spend a greater amount of one-on-one time with clients, which is often impossible in traditional nursing.

Given them the skills they need to work in established aesthetic clinics or even start their own businesses.

Provided a better work / life balance as the need to work long or antisocial hours decreases.

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Beginners Courses

MATA’s Foundation Courses are the perfect starting point for nurses new to the world of aesthetic injectables, giving you the knowledge and practical skills needed to enhance your CV and allow you to seek employment within the aesthetics industry.

Foundation Cosmetic Injectable Training

Our foundation cosmetic injectables course is a fantastic introduction to both anti-wrinkle injections and Dermal Fillers. Due to high demand, we offer courses targeted at esteemed medical professionals seeking to refresh their skill set. All our courses are fully accredited, taught by experienced tutors, and tailored to the medical professional.

stage One 2 Days

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Foundation Foundation Cosmetic Injectables Mentorship

MATA’s Foundation Mentorship has been designed to consolidate the knowledge and skills our delegates develop through our Foundation Course, giving you the opportunity to gain additional hand-on experience over a full day of training supervised by one of MATA’s expert trainers.

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Advanced Courses

Advanced Cosmetic Injectables Courses

MATA’s Advanced Course is exclusively available to doctors, dentists and nurses who are currently practicing in aesthetic injectables and are ready to expand their skill set. Conducted over two full training days, this blended learning experience will introduce you to advanced Botox® and dermal filler techniques; enhancing and expanding your expertise in injectables to make you stand out in the aesthetics industry.

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Advanced Cosmetic Injectables Mentorship Day

MATA’s Advanced Mentorship has been designed to cement the skills and knowledge our delegates develop through our Advanced Course, giving you the opportunity to gain additional hand-on experience over a full day of training supervised by one of MATA’s expert trainers.

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Lip Fillers Masterclass

As the popularity of aesthetic injectables has soared, perhaps no dermal filler treatment has become as popular as lip filler. Whether due to naturally thin lips or to a loss of lip volume due to age, clients across New Zealand are seeking natural, revitalising lip filler treatments with the power to transform their face.

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FAQs from Nurses

See some frequently asked questions from our nurse delegates.

Salaries of course vary depending on location and how many hours worked, however our research indicates that salaries of over $80,000 are quite common for full-time aesthetic nurses working in established clinics.
MATA courses are exclusively available to nurses, doctors, and dentists, so your fellow delegates will be drawn from these professions.
If you’re looking to move out of traditional nursing in hospitals or the community, then training in aesthetics can be the way to achieve this. MATA delegates from nursing have gone on to work for established aesthetic clinics, and some have even started their own businesses; both focusing solely on aesthetic treatments.
Absolutely. Training in aesthetics will open up your options, but what you decide to do with the training is up to you. You may find part-time or freelance work in aesthetics that you can fit around your existing role; or you could move to part-time in traditional nursing and make up your hours and enhance your income in aesthetics practice. The choice is yours.
If you’re already experienced in carrying out aesthetic injectables, our Advanced Courses will let you develop these skills into new areas, enhancing your appeal as an aesthetics practitioner to both clients and employers.
Yes, absolutely. MATA offers a variety of courses including mentorship days, masterclasses and one-to-one training that will let you gain further hands-on injecting experience.
MATA’s Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics is an internationally recognised qualification that will take you from beginner to advanced practitioner over six to twelve months. From a nursing perspective, the Diploma will not only provide valuable continuing professional development but will also provide a cost-effective way to achieve your hands-on foundation training, advanced training and mentorship days alongside gaining in-depth understanding of the theory behind Anti-Wrinkle Injections and dermal fillers through online study. Further information on our Level 7 Diploma in Facial Aesthetics can be found here.

Where we Train

MATA’s training in aesthetic injectables is currently conducted in beautiful Auckland, although we aim to expand training locations to other cities in New Zealand over the next year.

Auckland

We are pleased to announce we are offering cosmetic injectable training courses in Auckland New Zealand. All levels catered for.

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Reviews

We believe that MATA Training Courses provide nurses with the skills and knowledge needed to launch a successful career in aesthetic medicine, whether within established clinics or through self-employment. Here’s what some of our graduates have to say about their experiences with MATA:

Award Winning

  • My Face My Body 2015 Finalist
  • Safety in Beauty Highly Commended
  • Aesthetics Award 2017
  • Safety in Beauty 2017

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