welcomes Aesthetic Training Academy Ireland (ATAI)

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Over the last two decades, the industry has changed. With advancements in technology, results typically only available under the surgeon’s knife are now accessible in skin clinics, medical clinics, even beauty salons. Train in this lucrative, developing area with the Aesthetic Training Academy Ireland

Why choose ATAI?

Their Mission … Passion, experience, technology, and forming tomorrow’s industry leaders today.

A course may have the same name, at times even the same accreditation; that is often where the similarity ends. ATAI are not a Beauty Training College that tacked on the ‘Aesthetics’ Buzzword, rather, they are a dedicated medical and non medical training academy with Doctor, Nurse and Therapist Trainers. This is the first training academy in Ireland dedicated to non-surgical cosmetic treatments within the clinical environment.

About ATAI

ATAI started due to a need in the aesthetics sector for in-depth training with a clinical focus on practical skills. Starting with laser and IPL training ATAI has quickly become the place to be trained in energy based devices. From there they brought in level 4 to level 7 courses, providing a progression path while also coupling the training with online learning. Moving theory to online allowed a further focus to be placed on practical skills with the benefit of allowing more flexibility for learners. Providing a uniform theory curriculum delivered online is such a benefit to the aesthetics training market, that they now offer online learning courses to other colleges.

Now they have ventured into injectable cosmetics training, again identifying a need for a more robust training model for the medical discipline. Not impressed with the 1-2 day training offered by the majority of training centres they looked to the market of how they could do it better. With the launch of the level 7 curriculum in the UK they decided to bring that concept to Ireland and marry it to online learning and clinical mentoring. The result is a theory programme consisting of over 100 hours of CPD accredited content plus a robust, practical skills structure. Clinical mentoring is a fundamental component of our training courses, they help the general public with discounted aesthetics treatments and they help us provide the best aesthetics training in the country.

ATAI is for professionals that understand the benefit and need for robust training.

ATAI was formed with one primary goal in mind, to provide the highest level theory and practical based education for the aesthetics sector. Their unwavering determination to ensure the best possible outcome for the general public starts with the education treatment pathway.

Cormac O' Meara

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