How to Choose the Best Aesthetics Training Company in 3 Steps

Chantalle Coombes
By Chantalle Coombes

Chantalle Coombes, a Registered General Nurse, and Nurse Prescriber, who owns The Award Winning Sugar Box Clinic.

In recent months controversy has arisen over whether non-medical professionals should be allowed to inject cosmetic treatments. 

(Beauty Therapists challenge IHAS) The debate led to the formation of the Cosmetic Treatments and Injectables Association (CTIA) a new industry body aimed at easing the rising pressure of the medical community.

As the dispute continues, the need for good and solid training is becoming more and more crucial.     

When you're looking for an injectable training company to invest in your new career, there are three things you really want to know to ensure that you're going to get good value.

1. How many syringes will you personally use on your models?

2. What support will there be after your training? i.e. will there be opportunities for networking with other practitioners? Will you be able to send images in for review and advice? Will you be able to speak to your trainer directly for advice?

3. Make sure you read testimonials of people who have been trained by them and other companies to get a true insight into the training quality. Why not go one step further and see if you can speak to their delegates too?

Three things to consider before injectable training

I highly recommend speaking to people who have been on the training courses. With Facebook reviews, it's even possible to see that the testimonials are by real people! Invest wisely and save yourself a fortune!

“The Consulting Room have recently launched a unique training directory to help provide a focused resource of quality trainers and would echo Chantalle’s comments regarding how to choose a provider” – Ron Myers Consulting Room Director.


Many thanks to the author of this blog Chantalle Coombes, who is a Registered General Nurse, and Nurse Prescriber, who owns The Award-Winning Sugar Box Clinic.

I have great respect for my clients, whether they see me or my colleagues and as a result, I have introduced guarantees to reflect my vision for the clinic and standards that I would want to see in a clinic if I were the client.

I qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 2003, and became an Independent Nurse Prescriber in 2011.

I started this business in 2010 following the demand for better standards in training and treatments, that were presented during my time as a National Trainer for a Dermal Filler Distributor. 

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