You do not have to be a AAAMS member to take our courses. All of our courses come with the basic AAAMS membership that is valid for one year. However, if you are already an Associate or Fellow member, then you are eligible for discounts on most of our courses.

Since 2006, we have had a very unique and successful way of setting up our courses for our members to feel extremely comfortable and confident in doing injectables after taking our courses. We offer a great deal of knowledge and personal experience for our attendees to have the proper knowledge, skills, and certifications in order to inject.

As a registered nurse, once you become certified to perform botulinum toxins and dermal fillers, working under the supervision of a physician is determined by the state or country you’re in. Our recommendation would be to check with the medical and nursing board of your state or country on the rules and regulations pertaining to RNs performing injectables.

If you practice in the United States, then you must submit a valid US license in order to be able to take one of our courses.

If you’re unable to attend the hands-on training for the dates you have registered for, then we can transfer you to a different date as long as we are given 4 weeks notice.

If you are a dentist or a dental hygienist, you are able to take any of AAAMS’ facial aesthetic courses.

If you are based and practice outside of the United States, you can still take our courses, as the AAAMS is recognized both nationally and internationally with divisions in Asia and Mexico. Over the years, our attendees included professionals from Europe, Australia, Africa, and the Middle East.

Once you become certified to perform botulinum toxins and dermal fillers, you are only allowed to practice in the state that you are licensed in. For example, if you are a Registered Nurse licensed in California, then you can only perform injectables in California.

  To become an aesthetic nurse, the very first step would be to earn your nursing degree. Once you are licensed, whether as a registered nurse or a nurse practitioner, you are then qualified to become certified to perform botulinum toxins and dermal fillers. We offer two hands-on training programs for you to become certified. Both options are comprised of two days, where day one is the didactic session and day two would be the hands-on training. The first option is the hybrid aesthetics 101, where the hands-on training will be held at our facility in Beverly Hills, California. The second option is the virtual aesthetics 101, where the hands-on training can be held from the comfort of your own home or office.

Most of our courses are online, self-paced courses, unless you are looking to become certified to perform botulinum toxins and dermal fillers, then we offer two hands-on training programs. Both these options are comprised of two days, where day one is the didactic session and day two is the hands-on training. The first option is the hybrid aesthetics 101, where the hands-on training is held at our facility in Beverly Hills, California. The second option is the virtual aesthetics 101, where the hands-on training can be held from the comfort of your own home or office.

If you are looking to become certified to perform botulinum toxins and dermal fillers, as well as chemical peels, we offer two hands-on training options. Both options are comprised of two days, where day one is the virtual didactic session and day two will be the hands-on training. The first option is the hybrid aesthetics 101, where the hands-on training will be held at our facility in Beverly Hills, California. The second option is the virtual aesthetics 101, where the hands-on training can be held from the comfort of your own home or office.

In order to be eligible to take one of our courses, you must be either a doctor, registered nurse, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, dentist, or dental hygienist. For some of our online courses, if you are an LPN or an LVN, you may be eligible to take some of these courses as well.