Who can attend seminars?
BOTOX®/Dermal Filler & Advanced BOTOX®/Dermal Filler:
The BOTOX® Training/Dermal Filler Training seminars are formatted especially for medical professionals, including Physicians (MD &DO), Registered Nurses (RN), Nurse Practitioners (NP), Physician Assistants (PA), and Dentists (DDS & DMD).
The Sclerotherapy Training class is formatted especially for medical professionals, including Physicians (MD & DO), Registered Nurses (RN), Nurse Practitioners (NP), Physicians Assistants (PA).
The Microdermabrasion and Chemical Peel training seminar is formatted especially for aestheticians looking to gain experience is medical related procedures. Medical Providers supervising the aestheticians will also find this course extremely helpful. This seminar is also open to medical professionals, including Physicians (MD&DO), Registered Nurses (RN), Nurse Practitioners (NP) and Physician Assistants (PA).
PLEASE NOTE (for all seminars): Although the above professionals are eligible to participate in AMET training seminars, AMET strongly recommends that potential participants contact their state licensing board to determine regulations specific to their state. Acceptance into an AMET seminar does not construe authority to perform procedures subsequent to training.
How much hands-on will I get?
This is dependent upon the number of participants as well as the number and needs of the models. Although AMET cannot guarantee a specific number of injections, the practical portion of the seminar is where AMET gets its highest reviews, as participants are extremely pleased with their "hands-on" experience.
What is the deadline for registration?
Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Some classes fill well in advance, so it is advised to register as soon as possible. Participant spots are reserved upon receipt of payment.
How large are your classes?
For maximum one-on-one time with the instructor, class size is limited to 10-12 participants.
What are the instructor’s credentials?
All of our instructors are independent contractors who perform these procedures in their own practice. Instructors include Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants with varying backgrounds (family practice, internal medicine, dermatology, etc). If an individual wants more specifics on any particular instructor, they would need to determine which date/location they would like to attend and then call the AMET corporate office for details.
Are there certification requirements?
Although there are no national requirements for certification, medical professionals should check with their malpractice carrier to determine if they have specific requirements. If a participant is having difficulty with their malpractice carrier, they may contact the AMET corporate office for a list of insurance brokers that specialize in the field of aesthetics.
How/when do I have to pay?
Payment may be made over the Internet or by fax using a credit card, or a check may be mailed to the office. A deposit of $500 is required to secure a spot, with the balance due three days prior to the seminar.
Is there a discount for multiple enrollments?
Yes, please see the Aesthetic Training Packages for details on multiple seminar discounts. Participants need to phone in their enrollment to take advantage of the package discounts, as they are not recognized on the Website.
What is included in the enrollment fee?
The seminar fee includes a copy of the power point presentation, sample medical and consent forms, a continental breakfast and an afternoon snack. All products and models are provided by AMET.
Do you have a discount room rate at the hotel?
AMET is not affiliated with the hotels where seminars are held, so unfortunately a room discount is not available.
What is the cancellation policy?
Refunds will be given, less a $150 processing fee if 21-day advance notice is provided. No refunds will be given after that time. If you are unable to attend the seminar, and do not cancel before the 21-day period, you will have 12 months to reschedule training.