WHO CAN ATTEND KENNEDY MEDICAL TRAINING COURSES?
Neurotoxins (Botox/Dysport), Dermal Fillers must be a Physician (MD or DO), Physician Assistant (PA), Nurse Practitioner (NP), Dentist (DDS or DMD), or Registered Nurse (RN).
Injectable Fundamentals Level I:
0 years of experience required.
Injectable Fundamentals Level II:
2 years of injecting experience recommended.
1+ years of injecting experience recommended.
Open to all medical professionals listed above. No experience required. New Businesses welcome.
Microblading & Shading Bootcamp:
No medical degree or experience required.
Advanced Microblading & Shading:
6 months of microblading recommended.
DO YOU PROVIDE IN-OFFICE TRAINING?
We provide a fully customizable in-office training experience. You tell us your office needs and we will design a course that fits your needs. Maegen Kennedy, M.M.S., PA-C will travel to your place of business for the training.
You can build your perfect training course!
In office training packages can include supply kits, consents, medical history forms, printed manuals, post treatment protocols, staff training protocols, business resources and much more.
DOES KENNEDY MEDICAL TRAINING PROVIDE MODELS?
For the Neurotoxin & Dermal Filler Level I, Sculptra, and Microblading courses taught at the Orlando location KMT will provide models for the hands-on-portion.
In the Neurotoxin & Dermal Filler Level II & private courses some attendees would like training on a specific advanced procedure. We suggest you bring your own model.
DOES KENNEDY MEDICAL TRAINING PROVIDE THE PRODUCT FOR HANDS-ON TRAINING?
Kennedy Medical Training will provide the product at cost for the hands-on portion. Models are responsible for paying the cost of the product used during the treatment. Attendees will not be responsible for product costs.
WHAT IS THE REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR KMT?
You will receive a ‘Welcome email’ once you have registered for the course. If you have paid a deposit, you will receive an email with a payment link to pay the balance 14-days prior to the course date.Request a quote today
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
All materials are provided by Kennedy Medical Training. You will need to bring a photo ID (driver license or passport are acceptable) and unexpired professional license.
DRESS CODE DURING THE COURSE?
Business casual with closed toed shoes.
WILL I RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE?
After completion of the course you will receive a certificate of the training in the state you received the training the same day.
WHAT MATERIAL WILL I RECEIVE?
Each course varies, visit the course you would like to attend to see what is included.Contact Us Today
HOW MANY ATTENDDES ARE IN A COURSE?
Kennedy Medical Training believes in small class sizes. All training courses will have no more than 8 attendees.
IS LUNCH PROVIDED FOR ATTENDEES?
Lunch will be provided by Kennedy Medical Training. Please let us know 1 week prior to the course date of any dietary restrictions.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE COURSE?
We provide lifetime support!
If you have questions related to the course you took we would love to help!
WILL I BE READY TO TREAT PATIENTS?
We know after leaving our training programs you will be confident in the skills you learned.
Just like anything else the more you practice the more proficient you will become at that procedure. We encourage you to start practicing as soon as possible after your training course.