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Training in Injectables

Advanced Injectables Training
Botulinum toxin & fillers

Program summary

  • Online theory: 3 weeks
  • Code: BF01
  • Sector: Medical Aesthetics

Length of internship

  • Duration of practical training: 16 hours – 2 days
  •  3 weeks of online theory
  •   At your own pace
  •  Final examination
  •  Graduation

Aims to hold the title

Nurse Injectors Nurse Auxiliary Injectors

Training details

Find out what the training includes and what you’ll see with us.


In practice, students learn about volume augmentation of the lips, cheekbones, nasolabial folds, marionette, facelift, chin, jaw and profiloplasty, as well as neuromodulator injection techniques for the face, neck, hiperhidrosis and masseter (bruxism and migraines). You will also be taught the techniques of neuromodulator injections on the face, neck, hiperhidrosis and for the masseter (bruxism and migraines).This program aims to enable nurses to provide care in the most popular injectables on the market with our direct partner Clinique Belyve. The training involves 3 weeks of theory on advanced facial and vascular anatomy, all injection techniques in neuromodulators and filling agents popular on the market. Our theory far surpasses any school on the market in Quebec today.

Theoretical part

Module 1: Advanced facial and vascular anatomy Products used in injectables

Module 2: Botulinum toxin and injection techniques

Module 3: Neuromodulators and injection techniques

Module 4: Hyaluronidase acid and its emergency protocol

Module 5: Introduction to hazardous areas


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Criterion 1

  • Be at least 16 years of age on September 30 of the school year in which you begin your training, and have obtained Secondary V credits in language of instruction and Secondary IV credits in second language and mathematics in programs of study established by the Minister, or have completed apprenticeships recognized as equivalent;

Criteria 2

  • Be at least 18 years of age at the time of starting the accelerated training program and have the functional prerequisites, i.e. pass the general development test and Secondary 5 units in the language of instruction in a program of study established by the Minister, or have completed apprenticeships recognized as equivalent.

Criterion 3

  • Hold a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent (e.g., attestation of equivalent level of schooling) or a higher education diploma, such as a college diploma or bachelor’s degree;

Hold a valid OIIQ/OIIAQ license

  • Check your eligibility by requesting information.

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