About the Workshop
Our Complete Neurotoxins Training weekend offers Healthcare and Medical professionals the opportunity to learn various aesthetic procedures such as Neurotoxins injections so they can offer these treatments at their own clinics. The seminar includes detailed professional lectures and valuable practical workshops at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge.
Our course is designed to make it easier for you to learn this information. This is why our Complete Neurotoxins Training, Dermal Filler, and Facial Aesthetics workshops are carried out on consecutive weekend days in a centrally located New York location.
Plus, it's even possible to complete the Neurotoxins and Dermal Filler Training and Certification courses in only one full day. To do this, all you need to do is ensure you complete the prerequisite Home Study or Live Virtual Training program remotely before attending the seminar in New York.
If you aim to manage a renowned aesthetic practice, this course can help you get the skills to achieve that ambition.
Additional Course Information
If you're not sure if you want to commit to this course, let us tell you a little bit more about what you can expect from our Neurotoxins program.
This course is created to meet the needs of aspiring aesthetic practitioners in the New York area, and to achieve this, our bespoke training program combines didactic lectures with practice-orientated workshops.
The Neurotoxins training program provides the foundations of botulinum toxin Type-A and cosmetic indications for its use. Once you have completed the lecture part of the course, you will have the core knowledge needed to administer all common and not-so-common procedures involving Neurotoxins and other popular facial aesthetics.
This course is approved for 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit hours.
When moving onto the practical section of the course, you will experience hands-on practice with actual patients and implement what you've learned on these people under the supervision of board-certified top-tier physicians. At this point, you will be given the opportunity to treat patients with a variety of common facial rhytids, including crow's feet, forehead lines, glabellar lines, dimpled chin, and other common facial complaints, giving you great first-hand experience.
Our expert instructors who have a wealth of experience in Neurotoxins treatments will guide you through each procedure. They will provide you with immediate feedback so that you can go back to your practice armed with the skills you need to administer Neurotoxins to your patients confidently.
You will also learn how to administer other popular aesthetic procedures throughout the weekend, including dermal fillers and facial aesthetic procedures.
All our programs are AMA PRA Category 1 Credit accredited so that you know you are getting premium quality training when you select us as your Neurotoxins program of choice.
Learn the latest cosmetic techniques from Empire's top-rated physicians and use what you learn to put your New York aesthetics practice on the map.
When you attend our New York Complete Neurotoxins Training program, you'll learn:
- Basic facial anatomy and key Neurotoxins injection sites
- The differences between the botulinum toxin Type-A products. 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.
- Specific techniques and methods for injecting Neurotoxins procedures
- The mechanism of action for each type of medication and formulation
- How to identify ideal candidates for Neurotoxins 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 before 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.
To learn more about our New York Neurotoxins and filler training course, please visit our complete Neurotoxins training workshop page or call us at 866-261-5164.
Who the event is for?
This popular training event is designed for licensed medical professionals such as Registered Nurses (RN), Nurse Practitioners (NP), Physician Assistants (PA), Physicians (MD & DO), and Dentists (DDS & DMD).
This training course is ideal for those medical professionals who reside in all the major boroughs of New York, Long Island, and even some cities in surrounding states like Stamford, CT, and Newark, NJ.
We want you to be the best you can be. Our extensive Botox training course for aesthetics practitioners will help you achieve this.
Before traveling to attend our weekend course in New York, you must first complete the 8-hour AMA PRS Category 1 Credit certification prerequisite materials. You can access all the didactic information, including thorough protocols and complication avoidance, via EMT's online portal, which can be accessed from various online devices.
Once signed up, you will also have access to our engaging video content that can be viewed from multiple devices, including desktops, tablets, and mobile phones. To ensure that you're at the right standard, you will also need to pass a short knowledge test before attending the seminar in New York.
Plus, if your schedule permits, you can also participate in live virtual training before you attend the workshops in person.
Color Training Manual & Videos
Those attending the course must download and review our color training manual and videos via Empire's state-of-the-art educational portal. This comprehensive supplement is a prerequisite training module and contains lots of additional information that could be really useful, including:
- The patient consultation process, including communicating the expected results of Neurotoxins 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 various subjects, such as dosing, indications for treatment, safe injection techniques, and generally accepted practices for the following Neurotoxins 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
We are pleased to offer you an additional video series that covers further aesthetic procedures and advanced injection techniques that you can use to continue your studies once the course in New York is over. As a valued attendee to our New York training course, you will receive complimentary access to our extensive library of educational materials for Neurotoxins practitioners.
To make the most of your experience with us, we recommend that you take full advantage of this additional service which is an integral part of your clinical studies and will help you create a superior aesthetic practice.
Our highly accredited New York Complete Neurotoxins Training, Dermal Filler, and Facial Aesthetics program is planned and implemented in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education's accreditation requirements and policies.
We aim to train aesthetics practitioners of the future and we are proud to offer our training in partnership with the Medical Education Resources.
Medical Education Resources designates our New York 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 Neurotoxins Training
7:45 a.m.–8:00 a.m. • Registration at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge.
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 at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge.
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 Neurotoxins New York is so excited to welcome you to the most fantastic city in the world, the Big Apple. It can be an intimidating city for first-time visitors, which is why we've provided some information about it below.
Keep reading to learn more about:
- Where to stay in New York
- How to get around and travel to the venue
- Fun things to do in New York
Our host for this year's Complete Neurotoxins Training, Dermal Filler, and Facial Aesthetics workshops in New York City is the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge.
Located in the heart of downtown Brooklyn, New York, it's just across the East River from downtown Manhattan and within easy reach of the rest of the Five Boroughs by car, train, or bus.
New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
The Marriot will be away from home in the city that never sleeps. With 638 rooms and 28 suites on 25 floors, the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is a little city unto itself. As a guest here, you'll enjoy:
- An onsite fitness center and pool
- An onsite reservations-only spa
- Full-service business center with copy/print services, overnight messenger service, and more
- A full-service restaurant (the Great Room Bar & Lounge)
- A breakfast and lunch restaurant (Brooklyn Pantry)
- An executive lounge (the M Club lounge)
- Valet dry-cleaning service
- Onsite and valet parking
- Onsite barber and beauty shop
- Complimentary WiFi in rooms and public areas
How to Get to the New York Marriott
Three major airports serve New York City: LaGuardia Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, and Newark Liberty International Airport. Whichever you choose, it's easy to reach the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge using public transportation or car service.
From LaGuardia Airport
To get from LaGuardia to the hotel via public transport, follow these directions:
- From the terminal complex, take the Q70 Limited (SBS) bus to the Roosevelt Ave-74th St. transit station in Queens.
- Walk to the 74th St./Broadway-Roosevelt Ave. subway station (approximately 1 minute).
- From there, take the F train toward Coney Island/Stillwell Ave. (16 stops).
- Get off the train at the Jay St.-MetroTech station.
- Use the Jay St. exit and walk through MetroTech Center plaza (passing Magellan Health) to the hotel.
From John F. Kennedy International Airport
The easiest way to get from JFK to the hotel is by the following steps:
- From Terminal 4, take the AirTrain (Green Line) toward Howard Beach (6 stops).
- Get off the train at Howard Beach station and walk southwest to the Howard Beach/JFK subway station (approximately 2 minutes).
- Take the A train toward Inwood/207th (12 stops).
- Get off the train at the Jay St.-MetroTech station.
- Use the Jay St. exit and walk through MetroTech Center plaza to the hotel.
From Newark International Airport
Despite not even being in New York (instead being located in New Jersey), it's easy to get from Newark to the hotel. To do so, follow the directions below:
- From Terminal B, take the Amtrak/commuter train (New Jersey Coast Line/Northeast Corridor/Northeast Regional) inbound toward Penn Station/34th St.
- Get off the train at Penn Station and walk to the Penn Station/34th St. subway station via 8th Ave.
- Take the C Train outbound toward Euclid Ave.
- Get off the train at the Jay St.-MetroTech station.
- Use the Jay St. exit and walk through MetroTech Center plaza to the hotel.
We'd love to host you at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, but you're free to choose alternate accommodations if you wish. Consider these other fine hotels in nearby parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan:
- Hampton Inn Brooklyn Downtown
- Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel
- Hilton Brooklyn
- NU Hotel Brooklyn
- The Tillary Hotel Brooklyn
- EVEN Hotel Brooklyn
- 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
- Fairfield Inn by Marriott Manhattan/Financial District
- Residence Inn by Marriott Financial District/World Trade Center
- Millennium Hilton New York Downtown
- Club Quarters Hotel
- DoubleTree by Hilton New York Downtown
What to Do In New York
We can't imagine visiting New York City without taking some time to see the sights. Despite being a pretty intensive course, there should still be ample time once it's complete to sample the best of what New York has to offer. Here are some ideas of what to do to keep you entertained.
Sightseeing in New York City and the Surrounding Areas
Downtown Brooklyn is within walking distance of some of the most iconic sights in NYC and a short train ride from others. Consider visiting:
- Brooklyn Bridge: The backdrop for countless films and TV shows, this iconic span is practically outside your door. If time is short, you can walk across and take the subway back.
- Statue of Liberty and the Staten Island Ferry: Speaking of iconic. Take the ferry out to the Statue of Liberty, and don't forget to snap some pictures of the Manhattan skyline.
- Ellis Island: Millions of Americans can trace their ancestry back to Ellis Island, the "front door" through which countless immigrants passed during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
- Wall Street and the Battery: Cross the East River to Manhattan and pose in front of the famous Charging Bull statue. Then head down to Battery Park at the tip of Manhattan and watch the boats sail up New York Harbor.
- World Trade Center Memorial (9/11 Memorial): Pay your respects at the nearby 9/11 Memorial, commemorating the more than 3,000 lives lost on September 11, 2001.
- Times Square: You've seen the pictures, now see the real thing. Visit at night to get the full impact of all that LCD.
- Empire State Building: It's no longer the tallest building in the city, but the Empire State Building is still a marvel of 20th-century engineering. Visit the observation deck on a clear day if the lines aren't too long.
- Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Enjoy some tranquility at this beautiful urban oasis, which covers more than 50 acres in central Brooklyn and offers colorful displays throughout the year.
- Prospect Park: Brooklyn's answer to Central Park is every bit as impressive as the Manhattan original.
- Central Park: Stroll around the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, lounge in Sheep Meadow, get lost in The Ramble, pay homage at the John Lennon Memorial at Strawberry Fields — the choice is yours.
Museums and Cultural Attractions in New York City
New York City is a world-class cultural capital and has so many unique and interesting things that you can do here. This is just a small sampling of what it offers.
- Brooklyn Museum: This modern art museum holds its own against Manhattan titans like the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum.
- Museum of Modern Art: Just about the finest collection of 19th, 20th, and 21st-century art you'll find anywhere.
- American Museum of Natural History: Towering dinosaur skeletons, Ice Age dioramas, bewildering marine fossils — this place has something for everyone.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art: An art collection so large it has to be housed in two locations: the main "Met" on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and the Met Cloisters at Fort Tryon Park, near the northern tip of Manhattan.
- Guggenheim Museum: Follow the iconic spiral ramp upward through galleries housing some of the best-known works of art from the past 150 years.
- The Jewish Museum: Housed in an imposing mansion fronting Central Park, the Jewish Museum celebrates Jewish art and culture across more than 4,000 years of history.
- The Frick Collection: The Frick specializes in painted works from the early Renaissance through the early 20th century.
- Broadway Theatre District: Make time to catch a play on or off Broadway, perhaps after your spin through Times Square.
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