Frequently asked questions

Our frequently asked questions below. If you need any more information please get in touch.

FAQs

We offer the lowest prices in the UK for the training you receive. You may see some other Schools offering lower prices, but these will not include all that we provide and in many occasions these are compulsory add- ons meaning you pay much more. Also some schools teach very large classes to keep the prices down meaning your actual training is not as effective.

You are more than welcome to bring your own models however SATA will provide these for you so you don't have to worry. Our models provide a range of ages, skin colour and can be both male and female to provide you a better learning experience.

Yes you can. SATA work alongside both medics and non-medics, including beauty therapists and semi-permanent make-up artists (SPMU) to deliver the highest standards of aesthetic training. Beauty therapists require either a General Level 3 in Beauty qualification or a Laser Level 4, and can then commence the aesthetic practitioner training course

Yes, you cannot administer Botulinum Toxin (Botox) to clients without them having a prescription from your prescriber and a health check. Prescriptions can then be written and submitted by the prescriber. We offer all our qualified students access to a fully qualified prescribing doctor and/or nurse.

We can get the best insurance for your needs at the most competitive prices.

There are so many reasons you should book your Aesthetic Training with SATA. Call us on 0121 355 0353 and speak to one of our team who will be happy to discuss our Academy in more detail and help you book.

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It's 100% legal for a beauty therapist to train as an Aesthetic Practitioner

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