9005 Taborfield Ave, Orlando, FL 32836

Injection Fundamentals II

Advanced Neuromodulator, Dermal Filler and Business Training.

Course Schedule:

Its never too early or late to invest in your future! A proper education sets the foundation and is the key to your success!

  • Registration
  • Didactic Module I Overview of Pathophysiology of Aging and Facial Anatomy
  • Didactic Module II Preventing and Managing Adverse Events
  • Optimal Use of Combination Therapy & Treatment Discussions
  • Patient Expectations, Customizing Programs & Consult Pearls
  • Didactic Module III Dermal Fillers, Preparation, Aftercare & Photography Tips
  • Didactic Module IV Blunt Tip Cannula and Needle Techniques
  • Didactic Module V Patient Assessments (Facial Mapping)
  • Signature Techniques
    • Lip Pop,
    • Cheek Pop,
    • TMJ Remedy,
    • Tear Trough,
    • Jaw Contouring,
    • Temples,
    • Neck,
    • Chin including myomodulation,
    • NLF,
    • Microtox,
    • Necktox,
    • Cheek Hollowing,
    • Hand Rejuvenation
  • Photos, Numbing & HPI Review of live models
  • Assessments
  • Live Injections
  • Closing Discussion
  • Certificates of Completion

How Can Aesthetic Injections Grow My Practice?

  • Americans spend more than 8.5 billion dollars on aesthetic procedures, 68% of those are non-surgical
  • High demand for immediate non-surgical procedures
  • Filler and neurotoxin patients need on-going care
  • Patients are looking for “self-care” treatments
  • Help boost your patients confidence
  • Cash payments
  • No need to wait on insurance reimbursements
  • Low patient acquisition
  • Ideal for patients who want to slow down or reverse signs of aging


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Training Highlights:

  • Live Demonstrations
  • Small Class Sizes
  • Training Manual
  • Learn Signature Techniques
  • Learn How to Use Cannulas
  • Unmatched Training & Support
  • A State-Of-The-Art Medical Facility
  • 8-10 Hours of In-Class Training
  • Supervised Work on Live Models (license must permit to inject)
  • How to Manage Complications
  • Crash Cart Supplies & Protocols
  • Supplies List & Consent Forms
  • Master the Art of the Consultation
  • Education on Business & Marketing
  • Pricing & Add On Services
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Choose Your Date
Classes fill quickly, we never overfill and seats are limited.
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Click the Link
Click the "SIGN UP TODAY" link that will direct you to the page where you can make your deposit.
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Pay The Deposit
Reserve your seat with a 50% deposit. The other 50% deposit will be due 1 week prior to class
A flat service charge fee of 100 will be added to the final balance payment
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Email Confirmation
Once your deposit is paid you will receive an email confirming your seat.
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Pre-Course Work
You will receive an email with some pre-course information that we recommend you read.

Attendee Testimonials

“I highly recommend this course!! The techniques, information and business tips PA Kennedy taught me are invaluable to my aesthetic practice! She’s a perfectionist that focuses on first impressions, education, results, safety and minimal pain. In less than 1 week I already made my investment back! 5 STARS!”
- Shannon Carie, PA-C
“Maegen's Sculptra training was mind blowingly amazing and comprehensive. We got so much out of it, not only with technique, but also how to enhance the clients experience and results to an untouchable level that your competitors will not be able to beat. If you're questioning wether or not - its worth it! Throw your doubts away and schedule your training with her ASAP”
- medspa 22
“I recently participated in The Dermal Filler training with PA Kennedy. This experience surpassed all expectations. She and her staff were wonderful from the beginning to end. I will definitely be returning for further training!”
- Kimbery Prinz, ARNP

FAQs

Kennedy Medical Training FAQs

These are just a few of the frequently asked questions we get from our new students at Kennedy Medical Training. If you are a new student or thinking about enrolling in one of our training programs visit the link below to find the answer you are looking for.

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WHO CAN ATTEND KENNEDY MEDICAL TRAINING COURSES?

Injectable 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.

Sculptra Aesthetic:
1+ years of injecting experience recommended.

Private Training:
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?

Yes.
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.

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DOES KENNEDY MEDICAL TRAINING PROVIDE MODELS?

Yes.
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.

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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.  

WHAT ABOUT MY STATE’S REGULATIONS?  

We recommend you check with your state regarding rules and regulations regarding injectable procedures. These can change frequently so you should check for any updates or changes.