Virtual Aesthetic Training: Here’s Everything You Need to Know to Get Started

Virtual Aesthetic Training

Are you a nurse, physician’s assistant, or medical practitioner? If so, you probably already know that the market for medical aesthetics is skyrocketing and represents a powerful growth opportunity for your business. And as more and more medical practitioners seek to increase their ROI by incorporating medical aesthetics into their practice, the demand for quality training is reaching record highs. In response, virtual (online) training has become the most accessible, affordable, effective, and convenient option for meeting this need. 

AAAMS has been the top virtual training platform for medical aesthetics and non-invasive cosmetic surgery. Whether you’re a physician, registered nurse, nurse practitioner, physician’s assistant, or even a dentist, AAAMS offers virtual aesthetics training courses designed with you in mind!

Ready to learn more about virtual aesthetic training and how it works? Let’s begin!   

Choose Your Focus Area

Medical aesthetics can be divided into two areas of focus: face and body. As you can imagine, each focus area requires very different approaches, tools, techniques, treatments, and procedures. For this reason, you’ll first need to decide your focus area before exploring course options. Once you decide, you can sign up for dermal filler training, lipo training, and a variety of other courses!

Determine Your Experience Level and Goals

Depending on the scope and duration of your current practice, you’ll have different needs and goals, and AAAMS makes it easy to choose the courses that are right for you! Whether you’re new to medical aesthetics, have practiced this sub-specialty for some time, or are a seasoned pro, AAAMS offers courses to suit your experience level:  

Beginner — Medical practitioners new to aesthetics seeking to supplement their current practice or make a career pivot 

Intermediate — Medical practitioners with a moderate aesthetic background seeking to expand their knowledge or earn certifications or CE credits

Advanced — Medical practitioners with proven experience seeking education or certifications for advanced aesthetics techniques

Check out the Course Overview

Once you’ve selected your focus area, you can investigate the aesthetic courses that match your experience level. Before enrolling in a course, you’ll want insight into precisely what it entails. Simply select the course that interests you to see a comprehensive overview of everything you’ll learn, as well as other course details, including:  

  • Course length
  • Course dates (if applicable)
  • Course cost
  • Eligibility requirements 
  • Learning Objectives
  • Course instructor bios

Although many courses are strictly virtual and completely self-paced, others include in-person and virtual training combined. (The latter are known as “hybrid” courses). Because these special courses combine virtual training with hands-on training, you’ll find a detailed agenda for these offerings in the broader course overview. 

Related: The Benefits of Virtual and In-Person Aesthetic Training

Reserve Your Place

Once you’re confident about the course that’s right for you, simply register to reserve your place! You’ll do this by completing a brief form, attaching a copy of your diploma or medical license, and selecting optional upgrades to one of AAAMS’ membership tiers. All levels of Membership offer discounts on course registrations and 12-month access to the exclusive AAAMS Aesthetic Network, a first-of-its-kind online platform where aspiring and practicing aesthetics professionals can network, collaborate, and connect.

And that’s all there is to it! Taking advantage of virtual training courses to help you capitalize on the skyrocketing demand for medical aesthetics is a wise investment in your personal development and business success. Now that you know everything you need to get started, we look forward to training with you! 

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