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For anyone looking to start up a new aesthetics training company, or any sort of specialist training company, it can be an exciting time. Naturally, you are eager to get started.

However, before you take the plunge, you need to put some groundwork in place. Knowing your business sector inside out is very important. This knowledge can help you decide on the most important things to do and what pitfalls to avoid.

For example, let’s say you wanted to offer some Glasgow aesthetics training courses. However, you wouldn’t be able to offer any training courses without becoming a qualified and experienced aesthetics practitioner first.

Let’s take a look at some top tips about starting a new aesthetics training company.


1. Learn the Ropes

Perhaps you already work as a therapist or aesthetics practitioner. In this case, you may already possess quite a lot of knowledge, skills and training.

But what you also need to learn is the business side of running a training business. This includes learning how to handle all the necessary bookkeeping and accounting tasks expected of you. Further, you should also look into what insurances you will need for your training company.



2. Fixed Base or Mobile Training?

Decide whether you are going to operate from a permanent bricks-and-mortar premises or from a mobile service. Going back to our example of offering Glasgow aesthetics training courses, would this sort of training be better delivered in-house with just you and the therapists from one salon? Alternatively, would it impact on the quality of your training delivery if you decide to run your training on a larger scale?

Should you decide to operate from a fixed base, then you will need to find suitable premises and make sure you comply with all local building regulations.

Becoming an independent aesthetics training consultant who offers a mobile service will allow you to keep your overhead low. For example, you could operate your company from home, offering training courses to therapists in their place of work. Alternatively, you could offer your courses in facilities you rent for the duration of the course. This option would allow you to open up your training sessions to accommodate more clients.


3. Networking

It is helpful to set up a network of other training professionals in your industry. Talking to others in your sector will help you to keep abreast of all the latest treatments, techniques and new equipment coming on to the market. Additionally, attending industry events and becoming a member of online forums will help you to make valuable connections.




4. Be Open to Innovations

Keeping up with your network of industry experts will alert you to the latest innovations in aesthetics. Attend regular training courses and adopt new technologies so you can be ahead of the beauty trends. You’ll thereby be able to offer the newest products and treatments as people become aware of them.


5. Strengthen Your Business Relationships

You are not an island! For your business to thrive and continue to grow, you will need other people to be on your side. This is why you should spend time building your relationships with your suppliers. You need to build trust in each other so that you can rely on their support and continued good service.

If you’re passionate, and you have built an effective training service, it is a great industry to be part of. What’s more, is an industry that will allow you to achieve your full potential.