One of the surest ways to develop an expertise in a subject matter is to gain proficiency as an instructor. This is true regardless of the topic or industry; it is common knowledge that to teach something, one must have acquired the highest level of expertise. The CFI program through Empire Medical Training is a rigorous program that will prepare you to teach other professionals in Aesthetics, while gaining expert skills in performing Aesthetic procedures.Request Info
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To qualify for the CFI Program, medical professionals must be members of the American Academy of Procedural Medicine, and must have successfully passed the Aesthetics Board Certification Pathway ($998 Aesthetic Pathway Certification Process Fee) through the AAOPM Testing Center. For board certification, physicians must complete a 3-part exam which includes practical exams, case study submissions, and a comprehensive final.
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Part 1) Practical Exams
Part 2) Case Studies
Part 3) Final Exam
Upon passing the AAOPM Board Certification Pathway for Aesthetics, physicians and nurses will undergo extensive training by our board-certified faculty. Training will include both live and virtual components and additional testing through the Empire Virtual Training Hub. Our instructors at Empire must be completely competent and passionate about teaching in the medical industry. They should also have the drive to improve and succeed, as well as shape the next generation of industry professionals.Get CFI
The on-the-job training period for medical professionals is an integral part of obtaining a certification in aesthetic medical procedures. During this period, the physician or nurse must demonstrate both their technical and theoretical knowledge of aesthetic medicine by performing treatments under the guidance and supervision of an experienced and board-certified medical professional.
This allows the supervising physician to ensure that they possess proficiency in all injection techniques, RF technology applications, laser treatments, skin care regimens, as well as other pertinent procedures used in aesthetic medicine.
For physicians to become a Lead Instructor as part of the Certified Faculty Instructor Program, they must successfully complete 2 years of on-the-job training performing advanced aesthetic procedures. During this time, the physician must demonstrate their advanced competency and technical proficiency in all injection techniques, RF technology applications, laser treatments, skin care regimens, as well as other pertinent procedures used in aesthetic medicine.
Upon successful completion of this training period with a satisfactory evaluation from their supervisor, the physician can then move on to become a Lead Instructor and join the ranks of their peer medical professionals in this field.