Dermal Filler Training Courses
The OFAA is a non-surgical skills development academy, offering dermal filler courses to healthcare professionals. The academy believes hands-on training is the best way to develop safe, effective aesthetic treatment skills. In our courses, delegates will get hands-on experience with fresh, frozen cadavers under the instruction of leading international surgeons.
A OFAA dermal filler course comprises of small group delegates for maximum attention and one-to-one attention, with a combination of content focusing on both lectures and practical sessions with hands-on involvement and interaction.
Who Can Enroll on an OFAA Course?
All health care professionals seeking to improve their non-surgical injectable skills can attend an OFAA course. UK practitioners need to submit GMC/GDC/NMC registration.
Ms. J L (Consultant Plastic Surgeon)
Ms H G (Consultant OculoPlastic Surgeon)
Ms J V (Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner)
Dr W A (Aesthetic GP)
Oculoplastic Surgeon who attended Complications management on 15/10/16
Our Upcoming Courses
Why choose the OFAA?
The study of Cadaver anatomy is recognized as a highly effective learning tool, when compared to simulated training on mannequins and watching demonstration videos, as fresh frozen cadavers are an exact simulated learning specimen of the human face.
Cadaveric skills labs support lifelong training for practitioners to learn, maintain and enhance surgical and non-surgical skills in a manner that does not pose a risk to living patients.
OFAA offers the only Cadaveric based skills learning course in UK, that is recommended by the sole UK accredited and regulated postgraduate qualification (L7Cert) offered by Harley Academy, which complies with the new GMC and HEE guidelines on qualification requirements. Each course is CPD accredited and conducted by advanced trainers, who have been trained at expert CMT (country mentor training).
Anatomical Basis of Restoration & Rejuvenation of the Peri-orbital & Peri-oral area using non-surgical injectable filler treatments
King’s College Wet-Lab
Saturday 6th May