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Vascular Occlusion-Case study 1

Vascular Occlusion-Case study 1

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As an aesthetics practitioner, no matter how advanced you are, there's always a risk of complications. This is why it's so important to be trained in how to deal with any complications that occur. With my years of industry experience, I have noted vascular occlusions can present very differently in real life, than in textbook studies that we're taught. This case study shows how a vascular occlusion has developed from cheek filler.


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With the regulated courses do I need to travelling to you regularly?

The courses are broken down into guided learning hours and home study. You would initially complete the theoretical home study, assignments and short answer questions before you come to complete your practical assessments. Throughout the home study you will be supported by your 1-2-1 tutor.

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Upon enrolment you will have access to our online portal where you can view all of the course material and submit your work to your tutor for marking.

Are regulated courses mandatory?

Currently- No. However, Aesthetic regulations are currently being reviewed by Government and it could possibly become mandatory in the future.