ATA Aesthetic Training Academy


We are accredited by CPD and a training partner of Insync Insurance working to increase training & learning standards for students moving into Aesthetics. Our fast track course is designed to train students to understand and perform injectable treatments safely and gain the dexterity and knowledge needed to practice injectable aesthetics such as Dermal Fillers and Botulinum Toxin (BOTOX®) to a high standard.

Students will receive peace of mind that, on successful completion of the Fast Track Course they will be able to obtain aesthetic insurance through Insync Insurance.
Subject to proof of your active license to practice in the UK, we accept the following professions onto this course – Doctors, Nurses, Dentists and Non-medics (Industry beginners & Beauticians).

No previous qualifications are required to attend this course.

Course Agenda:
• Home study Workbook to achieve Anatomy & Physiology Level 3 certification
• ½ Day Dermaplane Training
• ½ Day Micro-needling Training
• ½ Day Vitamin B12 Injection Training

Course Duration: 2 / 3 Days + Home Study Workbook

Course Accreditation: All our Training Courses are CPD Accredited. On completion you will receive recognised Certification.

Qualification Attained: Diploma Certificate in: Anatomy & Physiology Level 3; Dermaplane Facials; Chemical Skin Peels; Micro-needling and a Diploma Certificate in Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine Vitamin B12. On completion of the above courses you will hold sufficient qualifications to undertake Injectable Aesthetic Courses i.e. Botulinum Toxin & Dermal Fillers.
Pricing Breakdown

Risks may range from bruising, to necrosis and blindness, which can be irreversible. Detailed comprehension of the facial anatomy is imperative when performing aesthetic injections including neuromodulators and dermal filler/contouring products.

This course describes the anatomy of the face in layers or planes, with some important structures or regions described separately, including the facial nerve, sensory nerves, and facial arteries. The superficial layers and topography of the neck are also described. The facial skeleton forms the hard tissue of the face and provides important structural support and projection for the overlying soft tissues, as well as transmitting nerves through foramina and providing attachments for several mimetic muscles and muscles of mastication.

Understanding the location and function of the muscles and fat pads, as well as landmarking the blood vessels and nerves, will assist the aesthetic provider to perform safe, confident injection procedures. This course focuses on the upper, mid and lower face anatomy with a detailed analysis of each plane of facial anatomy, from bone through to skin and includes a comprehensive insight into the workings and structure of each layer of anatomy.