Advanced Microneedling

Precise healing for problem skin

Nurture new, glowing skin


Many clients have stubborn skin issues. Those cases call for advanced techniques and skills. Our course will help you turn dull, uneven, scarred, sun-damaged or wrinkled skin into a more youthful, glowing complexion. For experienced aestheticians and medical practitioners only.

Advanced Microneedling
4 days (including theoretical + practical exams)
24 hours
Tuition = $2,500 (including Deluxe Microneedling Starter Kit)
Week 1: Monday + Tuesday
Week 2: Monday (exam)


Day 1 (8hrs) (4hrs theory – 4hrs practical)
  • Alberta Health Services – Sanitation, Sterilization & Infection Control (4hrs) – 2hrs practical – 2hrs theory
  • Skin anatomy & physiology review (1hr)
  • Skin disorders, indications & contraindications (1hr)
  • Skin analysis & skin typing (2hrs) – practical
Day 2 (8hrs)
3.5hrs theory–4.5hrs practical
  • Consultation, consents, avoiding patient complications, record keeping (1hr)
  • Methodology of Microneedling – history, different types, Dermaroller, pen, Fractional RF (.5hrs)
  • Advantages/disadvantages of each modality (.5hr)
  • Anesthetics – to numb or not to numb – different types available (1hr)
  • Techniques, topicals(what to add and what not to add) and endpoints for each modality (.5hr)
  • Hands on techniques and practicing from consult to treatment – for each modality (4.5hrs)
Day 3 (8hrs)
3hrs theory – 5hrs practical
  • Combination therapy including pre&post care – combining modalities (1hr)
  • Wound healing/repair physiology, and healing responses (1hr)
  • Reducing wound stress & inflammation (genetic, environmental, health interactions) (1hr)
  • Treatment planning and case studies (4hrs) – this is a hands-on task to be done in pairs
  • Question and Answer period (1hr)
Day 4 (3hrs)
Theory and practical exams


  • Skin anatomy + physiology
  • Skin Disorders
  • Types of Microneedling (dermarollers, pens, fractional RF)
  • Skin Analysis and Informed Consents
  • Sanitation and Infection Protection/Control
  • Reducing wound stress and inflammation
  • Wound repair physiology and differential healing responses
  • Fetal versus adult wound healing
  • Genetic and environmental interactions
  • Methodology microneedling treatments // clinical end points, troubleshooting, post procedure options
  • Advantages of mechanical fractional modalities compared to other treatment modalities
  • Fractional technologies including Radio Frequency Microneedling
  • Comparing and combining modalities to maximize results
  • Choosing the proper topicals and timing of application
  • Methods to increase topical absorption
  • Treatment planning and case studies
  • Contraindications
  • Avoiding potential complications
  • Record Keeping
  • Pre and Post Care
  • Practicum
  • Deluxe Microneedling Starting kit
  • Microneedling Pen available for purchase to student: $3,500 (regular $4,500)
  • Consumables available for purchase: treatment heads, treatment pads, bibs, alcohol, headbands, …