It’s time for a reality check. Not every delegate and attendee who signs up for our course, leaves at the end as a fully-fledged aesthetic practitioner.
The fact is aesthetic work is tough. It’s demanding, it requires you to make big and life-altering decisions on behalf of your clients, and it gives you complete control over the way the treatment is handled, the dosage, and the application. In short, if you can’t prove to us during your training program that are comfortable and
competent with this level of responsibility, we may find that we have no choice but to
This blog is all about sharing the reality of our aesthetic practitioner training programs, and how to maximise your chances of walking away with a pass.
Failure is not forever
As an aesthetics academy, our job is to train current and future practitioners to be the best that they can be – delivering the highest level of service, matching clients with the perfect treatment for them, and ensuring that every stage of the treatment process is safe and fully regulated.
When we train delegates, we are given a unique opportunity to understand their ways of working and how they overcome everything from workplace stress to uncertainty, difficult clients, and more. Through our program we first educate and increase their awareness of different treatments, before we introduce the practical approach of an aesthetic practitioner’s work.
And that’s not all. We also understand that to become an aesthetic practitioner you have to have a sound business mind and be able to understand the ins and outs of working for – or managing your own – business. That’s, why, under our comprehensive training program, we work to make sure that you are ready for the complexities of business from all angles – managing clients need, delivering safe and effective treatment, and giving them a service that you can be proud of.
If you struggle with any of these aspects of the program during your training, you may find that you are not handed a pass – with our team preferring to give you additional support as you bolster your skills and understanding and embrace the potential you have. After all, it’s not just the safety of patients and clients that we have to think about – you may find that a fail now is what saves you from potential problems later down the line if something goes wrong.
And there’s nothing to stop you coming back and trying again for full certification after a few more months of training!
So, what constitutes a fail?
Why do people fail our course?
Failure is not common, but when it does occur the leading cause of it is down to the confidence with which delegates approach treatment and administering of said treatment.
The whole point of becoming an aesthetic practitioner is to present solutions to your clients, and if you can’t deliver those solutions with the upmost confidence then you risk impacting your status as a reputable and reliable business and practitioner.
If you don’t feel confident in what you’re doing, how can you expect the client to have any confidence in you?
And that’s what makes Skinoza Academy different – we have your back as a business owner and will do what it takes to send you out into the world of aesthetics armed with both the tools, skills, and confidence that you need to succeed. If you’re not quite ready, we’ll let you know, and we will work with you until you are ready.
For more information on our aesthetic practitioner training courses, and to discover how to get involved and start building your own business, get in touch with us directly today!