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Should I Get Cosmetic Injection Training?

By Esme Spence

Injection training is offered by many a beauty school and offers students the familiarity with advanced techniques that they need. Notwithstanding the glum economy of the past few years, clients are still willing to shell-out to have medical professionals give them cosmetic procedures involving injections. Therefore, injection training can still be a substantive resource for expansion of a practice or useful knowledge.

Injection training can be a constructive element of any cosmetic knowledge base. For a licensed professional on the hunt for answers to your questions, hopefully this will help. You may have questions akin to the following: Who is allowed into these courses, and what legally enables them to practice? How does the experience-building work in this training? Will I actually be able to take this into the job market?

Beauty school courses like these are open only to those licensed medical professionals that can legally perform cosmetic injections. Numerous typical licensures like DMDs, DDSs, RNs, PAs, MDs, and DOs can undertake injection training. Legal jurisdictions, (like the individual states) have their own set laws and rules. So to fully answer your question, you’ll need to do some research in your locality. A certificate from a cosmetic school doesn’t automatically equal a legal pass to practice these procedures with paid clientele.

Some injection training classes allow class members or outside models to come to receive injections from the participants of these courses. While they are often provided by the school, some students are able to bring in people they know who trust them. These models are frequently folks who want these great cosmetic procedures, but don’t want to pay the great money they often require from fully trained professionals. So models take a bit of risk in letting you practice on them. (Ah, the life of a guinea pig, right?)

As mentioned before, there is still a healthy demand for these procedures, and so the demand for jobs in injection is fairly strong as well. Doctors offices, typical day spas, and medically-focused spas are steadily looking for professionals who can do this work. While a job is certainly never a guarantee (for anyone in any field, right?), the prospects are comparatively good in this economy.

Injection training provided by a beauty school can be a great asset for anyone looking to either grow their practice or move into a strong cosmetic industry career.

Learn more about injection training. Stop by Lucy Cho’s site to learn about this and beauty school.

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