About the Workshop
Our Botox Training & Certification Courses are designed for physicians, nurses, dentists, and other licensed health-care practitioners. Hands-on instruction and training are always conducted by renowned “physician only” trainers. Botox classes cover the administration of Botox for all common and less common aesthetic and medical uses for the aesthetic practitioner. 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ provided.
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Additional Course Information
If you’re not yet convinced in our program, here’s more details on what it offers.
Our Detroit Complete Botox® Training program pairs didactic lectures (classroom learning) with hands-on training.
The Botox training program provides the fundamentals of botulinum toxin Type-A and cosmetic indications for its use. You’ll leave the lecture hall with the knowledge you need to administer all common and not-so-common procedures involving Botox and to perform other common facial esthetics techniques.
This course is approved for 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ hours.
Our hybrid training includes hands-on practice with live volunteer patients. Board-certified top-tier physician experts supervise all procedures. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to administer Botox to patients presenting with a variety of common facial rhytids such as crow’s feet, forehead lines, glabellar lines, or other aesthetic signs and complaints (subject to review by our supervising physicians).
Our expert board-certified physician instructors — all of whom are practice owners (top-tier renowned physicians) with years of Botox injection experience — will guide you through the procedure and provide helpful feedback that you can take back to your practice.
Throughout the weekend, practitioners will learn about techniques with Botox injections and how to perform other aesthetic procedures such as dermal fillers and facial aesthetic procedures.
All programs are AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ accredited. You’ll have the confidence and capability to perform a broader range of cosmetic procedures using techniques you won’t learn anywhere else, all under the direct supervision and instruction of Empire’s highly recognized team of physician instructors. You will incorporate these newly learned and high-demand procedures to your Michigan aesthetics practice and the people who matter most — your patients.
Attend our Detroit area Complete Botox® Training program, and you’ll learn:
- Basic facial anatomy and key Botox injection sites
- The differences between the botulinum toxin Type-A products (such as Botox®, Xeomin®, and Jeuveau®). For those interested in getting the most from the course training, we have conveniently scheduled the Dermal Filler Training program in the afternoon. This course will teach Dermal Filler products (such as Restylane®, Juvederm®, and Radiesse®, Belotero®, and more. )
- Specific techniques and methods for injecting Botox procedures
- The mechanism of action for each type of medication and formulation
- How to identify ideal candidates for Botox treatments and exclude unsuitable candidates (such as those with medical contraindications)
- How to properly and effectively inject botulinum toxin Type-A while reducing procedure risk and patient complications
- The generally accepted protocols for botulinum toxin Type-A administration for both aesthetic and medical complaints
- The proper guidelines for the patient acquisition and charting, including management of required paperwork like medical intake and informed consent forms
- How to manage patient preferences and expectations prior to treatment
- Post-treatment follow-up protocols and how to address and correct adverse events (complications)
- How to manage long-term botulinum toxin Type-A patients and deliver enhanced patient care over the course of the relationship
- How to market, promote and engage with your target demographic using a complete integrated marketing communications plan.
For more information about what to expect from our Detroit Botox and filler training course, please visit our complete Botox training workshop page or call us at 866-261-5164.
Who the event is for?
This Complete Botox Training program is designed to meet the educational needs of healthcare practitioners who want to provide aesthetic services to their patients.
If you’re an aesthetics practitioner based in Detroit, Hamtramck, Highland Park, River Rouge, Dearborn, Lincoln Park, Melvindale, Harper Woods, or any surrounding areas of Michigan, this program is for you.
This course has been designed to be the best Botox training course for nurses, physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, and others in the medical field. We want your practice to be as capable and effective as possible. Your patients deserve the very best, and we’re proud to help you provide it.
Successful completion of prerequisite materials is required for the 8-hour AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ certification. All practitioners who wish to become certified in performing Botox injections must complete all pre-course materials successfully. Our online portal allows access to all the didactic information, including thorough protocols, complication avoidance, and more.
Our professionally shot, high-definition videos may be viewed from any device (desktop, tablet, mobile). Before attending the live component of the training, you must complete and pass a knowledge-based test. If it suits your schedule, you have the option to participate in any live virtual program to satisfy the didactic requirements for the training. Afterward, please schedule and attend any live hands-on event for Botox and Dermal Filler Training.
Color Training Manual & Videos
Participants must download and review our color training manual and videos via Empire’s state-of-the-art educational portal — a comprehensive supplement to the prerequisite training modules. It’s filled with useful information about:
- The patient consultation process, including communicating the expected results of Botox treatments, making facial/head/neck markings, and injection/treatment techniques aligned with patient goals
- Key characteristics and handling (including dilution, reconstitution, and storage) of botulinum toxin Type-A products
- Key facial anatomy concepts, including facial contraindications, zones of adherence, and correcting complications and adverse events
The color training manual also includes a detailed overview of dosing, indications for treatment, safe injection techniques, and generally accepted practices for the following Botox treatments:
- Glabellar complex area
- Lateral canthal rhytids
- Forehead lines
- Medial and lateral brow (lift)
- Gummy smile
- Dimpled chin
- Marionette lines
- Platysma banding
- Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating of the palms and underarms)
Additional Aesthetic Procedures and Advanced Injection Techniques
As a participant in our Detroit area training course, you’ll receive complimentary access to our entire library of educational materials for botulinum toxin practitioners. We’re also happy to offer an optional video series covering additional aesthetic procedures and advanced injection techniques. Review the manual to enhance your in-person learning experience further, as this is an integral part of the clinical portion of the program.
We’ve planned and implemented our Detroit Complete Botox® Training, Dermal Filler, and Facial Aesthetics program in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education’s accreditation requirements and policies.
We’re proud to bring you this training in partnership with Medical Education Resources, an organization accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education to physicians.
Medical Education Resources designates our Detroit training course for a maximum of 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. You should claim only the credit commensurate with your participation in our hands-on training session.
Medical Education Resources is also an accredited provider of continuing nursing education through the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. You’ll earn 8.0 contact hours of continuing nursing education following successful completion.
Medical Education Resources is a provider of continuing nursing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CEP 12299.
Morning Session Botox Training
7:45 a.m.-8:00 a.m. • Registration at the venue.
8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. • Speaker Introduction. Review prerequisite video for botulinum toxin Training. Overview of procedures to be performed during the hands-on session. Questions & Answers.
9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. • Hands‐On Sessions. Small group breakout sessions with live patients. Attendees will be required to administer botulinum toxin, Type‐A FDA-approved products, understanding the unique approach to each patient.
Afternoon Session Dermal Filler Training (separate registration fee)
12:45 p.m.-1:00 p.m. • Registration.
1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. • Speaker Introduction. Review prerequisite video for Complete Dermal Filler Training. Overview of procedures to be performed during the hands-on session. Questions & Answers.
2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. • Hands‐On Sessions. Small group breakout sessions with live patients. Attendees will be required to administer HA Dermal Filler FDA-approved products, understanding the unique approach to each patient.
- Marionette Lines
- Nasolabial Folds (NLF)
- Pre-Jowl Sulcus
- Lips (Vermillion Border with PDO Threads)
All participants must follow COVID-19 precautions per updated CDC guidelines and must adhere to Empire Medical Training’s safety policies. Any patients and/or volunteers must agree to the policies prior to participating in the hands-on session and must adhere to CDC guidelines at all times.
Planning your visit
Empire Medical Training’s Botox Detroit training team is excited to welcome you to the fast-paced and lively city. You’re certain to enjoy your stay here!
Read on to learn more about:
- Where to stay in Detroit
- How to get there (and get around once you’re settled in)
- Fun things to do and see in Detroit and surrounding area
Detroit is conveniently situated in the Midwest and is the largest city in Michigan. Although we recommend staying at our host hotel, The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit, you can choose from dozens of fine lodging options in and around the city.
The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Found in the city center of vibrant Detroit, it’s a historic corner of the city that dates back to 1924. Nearby are plenty of shopping opportunities, restaurants, museums, and other things to do that make this part of the world so lively and entertaining.
When you stay at this historic hotel, you’ll enjoy all sorts of different amenities, including:
- Separate living and sleeping sections of the room
- Free high-speed WiFi
- A smart HDTV
- State-of-the-art meeting space
- On-site café and bar
- Concierge desk
- Separate business floor
- A mini-fridge in your living area
How to Get To The Westin Book Cadillac
Detroit city center is a short drive from Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, where the majority of our guests will be flying into. Use these driving directions to support your GPS if needed:
From Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
- Take I-94 E to Bagley St in Detroit.
- Take exit 2B from M-10 STake Old Dowd Rd to Wilkinson Blvd.
- Drive to Michigan Ave.
From Windsor International Airport
- Follow Division Rd and Howard Ave to Ellis St E
- Take McDougall St to Wyandotte St E
- Take Detroit Windsor Tunnel to Michigan Ave in Detroit, United States
Bear in mind, you will need your passport as this airport is located in Canada.
The best way to get around the local area is by car, and major car rental companies serve both of the region’s airports. If you prefer not to rent a car, ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft are available throughout the area.
If you’d prefer not to stay with us at The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit, consider any of these fine properties nearby:
- Detroit Foundation Hotel
- Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance
- Sheraton Detroit Hotel
- Atheneum Suite Hotel
- Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney
- MGM Grand Detroit
- The Westin Detroit
- Turnball and Porter Hotel
- Greektown Hotel
What to Do In Detroit
We hope you’ll take some time outside of training to explore Detroit and maybe even beyond. Some of the city’s most popular attractions lie within a short walk or drive from the venue, so you will not have to go too far away, no matter if you are searching for some outdoor activities or some cultural attractions.
Outdoor Activities in Detroit and Surrounding Areas
The weather in and around Detroit can get mighty cold for outdoor activity during the winter months, but if you wrap up warm, you can still enjoy everything that the city and surrounding area have to offer. The summer months are much more agreeable in terms of the weather. There is plenty to experience and enjoy, including:
- The Detroit Riverfront: Spanning the area between Joe Louis Arena to Gabriel Richard Park, this is an outdoor space packed full of fountains, pavilions, parks, and plazas. An ideal spot for a stroll.
- Detroit Zoo: As well as all the animals that you can see and appreciate, there is plenty more to this part of town, including a 3D theater, carousel, Rackham Fountain, and much, much more.
- Eastern Market: An outdoor space open all year round, this is the largest historic market in the area. The warmer months are particularly lively and exciting.
- Belle Isle: This island park offers 982 acres of space that is ready and waiting to be explored. Developed in the late 19th century, it has been an area to escape to for decades.
- Milliken State Park: Located just east of downtown Detroit, 31 acres of wetlands are easily explorable by the many paved trails dotted around.
- Kent Lake: If you want to feel like you have escaped the city, this 1,200-acre reservoir lake can easily feel like it is a whole world away.
Culture and Entertainment in Detroit and Beyond
Detroit is one of the main cities and cultural hotspots of the Midwest. Some of these attractions and experiences can be found within walking distance of our host hotel, while others are just a short drive away. This is the kind of city in which there is a lot going on all the time, so there is likely to be no shortage of things to do and see.
- Detroit Institute of Arts: In the center of the midtown area is the 130-year-old museum, which features more than 65,000 works of art spanning the classic to the contemporary.
- Motown Museum: There is no doubt that Detroit is one of the main cultural centers of Motown music, and this museum gives you an excellent overview of how the style developed and why it became so popular.
- Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation: One of Michigan’s most famous names was Henry Ford, who was credited with revolutionizing the manufacturing process all over the world. This museum tells his story in detail.
- The Belt: While the alley that it is located down may seem like it is nothing all that special, it is a great place to enjoy a drink and enjoy the unique artwork.
- Fox Theater: All sorts of productions are hosted at this iconic venue that you can go and experience for yourself, including comedy, live music, and orchestral performances.
- Greektown: For a big night on the town, this is probably the spot you should be heading for first and foremost. Eating some of the local cuisine is a must.
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