Vampire Facial – Phlebotomy and PRP with Skin Needling Course £1295.00

Vampire Facial – Phlebotomy and PRP with Skin Needling Course 2 day course

Who can train with us on this course?

NVQ Level 3 Beauty Therapy General route – direct entry

·         Dental Nurse

·         Nurse

·         Pharmacist

·         Physiotherapist

·         Other health care professionals

You will need to hold a facial treatment qualification as you will be required to cleanse, tone, exfoliate,identify skin types and offer ongoing skin care/product advice to your clients.

If you do not hold any qualifications and would like to train in this course, then you can complete our Bridging into Aesthetics Course which costs £995.00.

We offer a facial unit to enable entry onto the course with our VTCT provide facial qualification

This qualification covers the basic foundation facial treatment course which covers everything you need to know about carrying out a facial and knowledge of skincare.

There will be a half day practical element to enable you to safely undertake PRP skin preparation

General Course Content

  • Health And Safety
  • Contra-indications
  • Skin Diagnosis
  • Skin Disorders And Diseases
  • Skin Cleansing
  • Skin Toning
  • Practical Treatment
  • Mask Application
  • Skin Moisturising
  • Contra-actions
  • Aftercare

Kit – 5 x vacutainer, 5 x butterfly needles, 5 x dermarollers and consumables to prepare PRP

Please note that you will need to purchase a centrifuge in order to carry out this treatment

Course content –

You will be required to complete a pre-course study which will be sent out via email to complete before attendance on the course.

Day 1 – Theory of Phlebotomy, PRP and Dermaroller/Dermapen

  • Background of Phlebotomy
  • Anatomy & Physiology of the arm including anatomy of the vein and site selection
  • Consultation and consent forms
  • Contra-indications and contra actions
  • Good and bad veins – which to use and which not to use
  • Complications that can arise during treatment
  • Health, Safety & Legislation and best practice
  • How to use a tourniquet
  • Infection Control
  • Needle stick injury and how to deal with it

Day 2

This is a practical day and consists of –

  • Process of taking blood from an artificial arm in a correct and safe way and role play
  • Techniques and practical application of taking live bloods
  • Clinical assessments on live models
  • Learners are assessed on performance which has to be passed before completion of the course.
  • Application of the PRP with Dermaroller/Dermapen


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