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Observer Spot - Level 2: Specialty Injectables Training - All About The Eyes

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In Level 2, experienced injectors will build on the foundation set during our Level 1 or RSG course. <p style="font-size:14px ... Show more
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In Level 2, experienced injectors will build on the foundation set during our Level 1 or RSG course. This full-day upper-face-focused course will refine the skills necessary to deliver optimal tear-trough results. Additionally, this course focuses on the surrounding anatomy, including the forehead, cheeks, nose, etc.

Our Trainers: Gregory Buford MD & Lauren Voss Mitschrich, PA-C

What is covered during this Level 2 specialty training?
This advanced one-day upper face training refines the skills of the experienced injector to deliver even better results for your patients. The course covers anatomy, physiology, strategy, patient selection, product choice, and injection techniques. We will also discuss the full portfolio of neurotoxins and dermal fillers used to deliver these results. The course is split into a didactic and hands-on portion, where we will together prepare and treat patients in our clinic. See the curriculum for a more detailed description of what we will cover.

Who can participate in this training?
This advanced training is only available to certified medical professionals, including nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physicians, and dentists with previous experience injecting. To participate in the live injection portion of the course, all medical professionals must be licensed to treat patients in the state of Colorado. If you are not licensed in Colorado, you may attend the course as an observer but will be unable to treat patients.
What type of experience is required to participate in this course?
This training is available to injectors with at least one full year of injection experience OR previous students of our Level 1 and RSG courses currently employed as an aesthetic injector. When students apply for this course, we will ask for specific details about their type of experience to be sure this course is a good fit.
How many students attend each course?
Right now, we believe that our small class size and high trainer-to-student ratio provide you with a learning opportunity far superior to many of our competitors. This course is currently limited to eight students with at least two expert trainers per course.
What can I expect during the training?
The course will begin at 8:00 AM and conclude around 5:00 PM, though the end time does vary based on the total number of models being treated. Lunch and several coffee/tea breaks will be provided. See the curriculum for a more detailed description of what the day looks like.
Do I inject patients during this training?
Yes. The hands-on portion of this course includes live injections. We believe the complete start-to-finish treatment of a patient is an integral part of advanced injectables training. Both the trainers and the students will consult, prepare, and treat their own individual patients during this course. Our expert injector trainers will personally guide you throughout the entire process.
Do students need to bring their own models?
No. CATI will source models that are comfortable and aware that our students are learning to inject. In addition, we will pre-screen all models to ensure they are good candidates for the course. Students can also request to treat specific models connected with our model portal. This is not necessary, but it is encouraged. Treating a familiar face provides the student with a different degree of comfort when performing these procedures for the first time. To submit a model of your own, please have your model email [email protected] and mention your name to be placed and considered as your model.
Are group discounts available?
Yes. Ask about our group discounts on the Contact Us page.
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