The initial stage of our trial training session has been completed and after a few technical issues that have been fully resolved we are ready to issue our delegates with part two. Part one contained the theory of botulinum toxin type A and part two will conclude the theoretical training by concentrating on the theory behind the practical application of botox administration for cosmetic enhancement.
Part three is the practical aspect of the botox training. After sitting an exam based on part one and part two, the delegates undertake a full day of botox administration. To test the success of the trial we will be comparing the scores gained from delegates who studied under this trial to those who studied via 100% tutor contact. Our hypothesis is that the delegates undertaking the trial will have greater theoretical knowledge and a higher exam score than delegates following the normal training route. Feedback gained from these delegates will ascertain any issues they encountered, which will allow us to make any amendments necessary before we roll out our programme nationally.