It’s no secret that nurses are among some of the most hardworking medical practitioners. Nurses are known to work tirelessly and for long hours, even though their job is quite demanding. Most of them love their job duties, but they can make it better by undergoing supplemental training. By enrolling for BOTOX® classes for nurses, they can reduce the strain of their work. It will grant them better job security, a more solid reputation, a better income, and flexibility. Here are the top 3 advantages of BOTOX® nurse training:
1. Higher Income
The private sector is well-known to pay better. Therefore, the overall income of an aesthetic nurse is higher than that of a public health nurse. A lot of our trainees have successfully opened their own practices while others have managed to leave their public health jobs too. Becoming a BOTOX® injector is the only business where nurses can genuinely earn significant profitability with just a minimal start-up capital. The better income pay in this field has enabled nurses to gain independence, whereby they can reduce their working hours.
2. Better Life Quality
In this aesthetic field, nurses have full control over their life/work balance. The career is more flexible, and they can choose how often or when they are interested in working and earning. Most of the trainees from our institution do report experiencing a better life quality, better working conditions, more sociable hours, and even more satisfied clients after their BOTOX® nurse training courses. Also, they have reported an increase in job satisfaction, which is due to having better autonomy in the decision-making process with less pressure on a day-to-day basis.
3. Develop New Clinical Skills
Nurses are the best option for this course since they already possess excellent transferable skills. Most of them have already been trained for minor practical procedures. Also, they have experience in the frequent administration of an injection, plus the drawing up and following of hygienic protocols. All these are relevant skills required in cosmetic injectables. Administering BOTOX® injectables is merely an extension of these procedures that are minimally-invasive.
Lots of the nurses that we have already trained say that the BOTOX® nurse training they received is an addition to the extensive resume of clinical skills they already have. What’s more, now is the right time to invest in these new clinical skills as more minimally-invasive cosmetic treatments are coming to market all the time.