Attention medical professionals in British Columbia: THMA Consulting is bringing its comprehensive Medical Aesthetics Training and Preceptorship Program to Vancouver in the New Year.
THMA Consulting’s uniquely organized Foundation Courses give new and experienced participants the fundamental tools to master all aspects of medical aesthetics, from a thorough understanding of facial anatomy and product knowledge to proper injection techniques and professional standards.
Based in Thornhill, Ont., THMA Consulting is an acclaimed medical aesthetics training company that emphasizes in-depth practical knowledge, injection skills and patient safety.
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Expert educators Angela Haff RN and Kathryn Woodcock RN will lead training on THMA Consulting Foundation Courses at Project Skin MD, 1495 West 11th Ave, Vancouver, March 13 – 16.
Course 1: Facial Anatomy in Medical Aesthetics. An in-depth understanding of facial anatomy will allow practitioners to offer safe and precise medical aesthetic injections. Knowledge of surface landmarks and underlying danger zones is essential in risk prevention.
Course 2: Pharmacology, Clinical Assessments and Injection Techniques. Thorough training will give participants the proper tools for safe and successful medical aesthetics practices. Didactic discussions focus on product knowledge, assessments and various injection skills.
Course 3: Hands-on Mentoring. Under direct supervision of an expert trainer, participants who have completed Courses 1 and 2 will learn to assess and perform medical aesthetics procedures on patients with confidence, precision and safety.
Course 4: Business Ethics and Professional Standards. Medical aesthetics practitioners require more than knowledge and skills in their procedures and practices. Legal stipulations, industry guidelines and regulatory standards are measures to ensure success.
Experience and expertise in training will be provided by nursing leaders Angela Haff and Kathryn Woodcock.
It is recommended that new practitioners register for all four courses. Experienced practitioners can also use the in-depth training in Course 1 and Course 4 to augment and enhance current practices.
“Teaching is a precious talent compounded from knowledge, experience and a genuine desire and capacity to share with others. A standing ovation to THMA Consulting for educating and empowering others!” – Georgia Elmassian, President, International Society of Plastic and Aesthetic Nurses
The Foundation Courses in THMA Consulting’s Medical Aesthetics Preceptorship and Training Program are accredited by the Canadian Nurses Association.
Nurses who complete the four courses will receive 40 Contact Hours that can be sent to Colleges as confirmation of skill maintenance.
The CNA Accreditation Program upholds standards of quality for continuing professional development for nurses in Canada.
The mentoring does not end when the expert medical aesthetics training is completed. Participants are encouraged to ask for guidance at any time as they settle into their own medical aesthetics practices.
THMA Consulting shares industry news and trends through its Professional Development Symposiums, member e-Newsletters and social media. Tracey’s Blogs (examples below) are also shared with program participants.
- In Reflection: Looking Back on Three Wonderful Decades in Medical Aesthetics
- Corey’s Story: One Nurse’s Professional Journey from a Patient to a Practitioner
- Millennial Demand: Young People and Social Media Boost Business in Medical Aesthetics
- Behind Bars: Botched Botox Procedures a Call to Action for Medical Professionals
“I am so pleased that we can now offer the best in medical aesthetics training to medical professionals in Vancouver. It is truly gratifying to help nurses and doctors hone their skills in medical aesthetics and to guide people along a new career path in this exciting and growing medical field.”
– Tracey Hotta RN BScN CPSN CANS – Director, THMA Consulting Inc.