The demand is there in Nunavut, but professional services in medical aesthetics are lacking. That situation will improve in 2023 because of one nurse’s drive and determination – and a colleague’s advice to train with THMA Consulting.
THMA Consulting begins a promising New Year of exceptional medical aesthetics with the opening of a training and mentoring centre in Kingston, Ont. We are equally pleased to welcome Colleen White, a long-time nursing professional and university teacher, to our national team of expert clinical trainers.
It’s impossible to look back at the past year without COVID-19 absolutely dominating the picture. But the changes forced upon our lives by the pandemic also prompted a positive rethink of the THMA Consulting training and preceptorship program. That turned out to be a good thing for everyone involved.
Despite the upheaval and challenges of COVID-19, the summer of 2020 has been a time of tremendous growth for THMA Consulting. We now officially – and literally! – have expert trainers across Canada. Come meet our newest team members!
Yes, we are back! The Government of Ontario has given regulated medical aesthetics professionals the green light to reopen, effective immediately. The announcement comes with guidelines on opening gradually with strict safety measures.
We are absolutely thrilled that THMA Consulting’s team of medical aesthetics educators is expanding. And even happier about how this incoming expertise will greatly benefit our program participants. Welcome aboard, Jacklyn.