INTRODUCING OUR IV THERAPY TRAINING COURSE
WHO IS THE IV TRAINING PACKAGE DESIGNED FOR?
As the premier IV Training Academy in the North, our IV Training Package is designed for qualified paramedics, aesthetic practitioners, GMC registered doctors, NMC registered nurses & midwives, pharmacists and foreign equivalents of the above who wish to master the provision of high-quality intravenous micro-nutritional therapy. Dr Ghosh has developed this course to be industry recognised and this course is one of the few recognised by AIMs the current regulatory body of IVNT therapy in the U.K.
Our experience shows where other IVNT courses focus heavily on theory alone, or lack the one-to-one mentorship and practical experience needed in order for attendees to thoroughly understand IV therapy and succeed in this competitive field.
Suitable for beginners as well as IV-trained professionals, the IVNT Training Package is a hands-on course that takes place within the premises of Cheshire International School of Cosmetology in Chester, as opposed to a lecture theatre with a simulated clinical environment.
As part of our IVNT Training Package, your individual experience levels will be assessed in advance and your live vitamin IV therapy training course will be customised in accordance with your input. We provide specific training for intramuscular (IM) injections and how this therapy can help with mesotherapy microinjections, as well as a range of other aesthetic procedures (upon request).
One of the following qualifications are needed:
- Qualified Aesthetic Practitioners
- GMC Registered Doctors
- NMC Registered Nurses and Midwives
- Foreign equivalents of the above
DOES IT INCLUDE EDUCATIONAL AND PRACTICAL MATERIALS?
Each participant will receive supplementary educational and reference materials, including our IVNT Training Manual, which is a protocol-driven instructional guide for almost all treatments offered by Vitamin Injections Ghosh medical Group. In addition, you will receive treatment-specific IV therapy consent and medical history forms, a structured inbound marketing plan geared towards IV therapy, a IVNT Training Package Certificate of Completion and – if required – a written reference from our specialist IV trainers.
For each IVNT trainee, we aim to provide on-going advice and guidance, which is why we include three months’ on-going support via email as standard. We are also able to visit you in your own practice (additional cost applies) after you have completed our training course.
EQUIPMENT AND STOCK
Once successfully completed you will be able to purchase through our pharmacy our range of IVNT equipment including full IV start up kits and a exclusive range of our own IV Formulas with additional membership for 12months in AIMs.
HOW DO OUR TRAINING METHODS DIFFER?
Our IVNT Training Package is a departure from the seminar-led, theory-driven courses that are common throughout the industry. We train individuals as well as groups, combining science-based learning with live demonstrations, practical treatment administration under close observation, one-to-one mentorship and real client interaction.
We believe that learning and skill development are strongly related in this field, and that a true mastery of IV therapy can only be accomplished by encouraging participants to engage both intellectually and practically.
It’s well known that information is better understood and memorised within a relevant clinical context, which makes our live vitamin IV therapy programme an efficient and economical way to learn IV cannulation techniques.
Our IVNT Training Package participants spend a far greater amount of time observing and performing IV injections than attendees of other courses, who typically spend less than half an afternoon in a simulated treatment room capacity.
As each IVNT Training Package is structured according to your needs and adapted to your level of experience, there is no rigid set IV therapy training programme. However, we always cover the following fundamentals:
- Mentor-led treatment demonstrations;
- Live, one-to-one training under observation;
- IV injection, IM injection protocols;
- IV nutrition therapies and ingredients;
- IV Risks and Complication Management
- Blood Diagnostics
- Combination and cocktail IV injection protocols and treatments, including the Myers Cocktail and others;
- A brief history of vitamin nutrient therapy, as well as a general outline of current regulatory requirements;
- IV micronutrients, minerals and trace elements, including zinc, calcium, magnesium, and others;
- IV antioxidants and amino acids, including glutathione, alpha-lipoic acid, and others;
- The science of key vitamins in the body, including most B vitamins, vitamin C, and vitamin D;
- Treatment specific ingredients and protocols for IV and fat reduction therapies;
- Client care and customer service training;
- A brief introduction to in-clinic and online marketing methods.
All live vitamin IV therapy training fees must be paid in advance via our online invoice form. Cancellations within a week of the Package will forfeit a penalty fee.
The standard length of our IVNT Training Package is one full working day (9am-8pm), or can be spread across two half-days.
A full training day is £995.00
A follow up refresher ½ day course is £495.00
Advance course – to be announced
Clinic Support Days commence from £495.00
INTERESTED IN OUR PACKAGE?
If you’re interested in finding out more about our IVNT Training Package, please get in touch with our friendly team by scrolling down and filling out the form below.
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