Getting started

Showcase your training on the world’s leading online aesthetic training academy. Your training course will be promoted to the 20,000 existing customers for exposure. This is a great opportunity for those who want to train others online at a large scale and benefit from your work. PMU is looking for advanced courses on our current training courses and new trending procedures. You will then submit your course to us for approval before moving forward. The process is simple, the reward is high, and there is no cost! Here are some of the benefits

  • Your course will be promoted to 20,000 existing customers
  • You can link your face-to-face training contact information and social mediaplatforms
  • $500 - $1000 in free product after course has been approved and reviewed
  • You don’t need fancy cameras and camera crews
  • We will edit your videos and put the course on our website at no cost

Get Your Equipment & Client

Scalpa has certain standards set in place to keep the professionalism of our training courses. While you do not need a fancy camera or camera crew, there are some equipment that is needed to keep the course and videos clean cut and professional. Remember, we will edit your videos and course, but try to keep it reputable; this is your course and your image, you want it to look good! Here is some of the equipment you will need:

  • Cellphone with 1080p recording
  • Cellphone holder/ tripod
  • Ring light tripod with cellphone holder
  • Whiteboard for demonstrations
  • Camera person, can be someone with basic photography skills holding a cell phone
  • Creation of proper documents

Written Course Guidelines

When creating your course, there are a few things that you will need to keep in mind. It is important to have both visual content, such as videos, but also written content so students have the clearest of understanding. In your course, you must be using PMU equipment if it is something that we offer and sell. Begin by creating a course outline covering everything below. Make sure that it is easy to understand and follow. This is what you will send us first for approval.

Written course needs

Along with the proper equipment, Scalpa has set standards for course material so that students can effectively learn the material and understand the procedure. These points should all be covered in the outline you send to us for review. Please do not use any copied material from other sites. If you need to pull from other sources, please rewrite it in your own words. This is what we expect to be included in your course:

  • 1Course Briefing - what you will need, what you will learn, and what the procedure benefits are
  • 2Course Outline - what you will learn in this course in detail, module by module
  • 3Where to buy equipment if Scalpa does not sell it
  • 4Explaining the equipment- how to operate or use the equipment
  • 5Client Consultation Details
  • 6Risks, pre-cautions, and contraindications
  • 7Pre-Care & Post-Care Instructions and Information
  • 8Procedure Theory
  • 9Table set-up
  • 10Practice Guidelines
  • 11Step-by-step process
  • 12Video and procedure debriefings

Written Procedure Video Guidelines

It is important to follow guidelines when filming your videos so that you are not stuck with a poor-quality video that needs to be redone. Nothing is more frustrating than getting that video you felt you nailed and realizing it can’t be used. Here are the guidelines we follow that we suggest you follow as well:

  • 1Camera person should move around to be sure equipment is not blocking the procedure and that they are close enough to see details (Sometimes they will need to be right over top of the person)
  • 2Make sure the camera person wipes cellphone lens prior to filming
  • 3Camera person should make sure their movements are fluid and flowing
  • 4Be sure to be using proper cleanliness in the videos- gloves, sanitation, facial mask, attire, etc.
  • 5Room should be well lit. Use your ring light or additional room lighting. Leave windows open, but do not stand in front of them.
  • 6Make sure you’re talking all the way though the procedure
  • 7Give tips and pointers the entire time
  • 8You should never not be talking


It is important to follow guidelines when filming your videos so that you are not stuck with a poor-quality video that needs to be redone. Nothing is more frustrating than getting that video you felt you nailed and realizing it can’t be used. Here are the guidelines we follow that we suggest you follow as well:

  • 1You can put your cellphone on your ring light to film
  • 2you don not need someone to hold the camera and talk directly
  • 3dress like yourself, but presentably
  • 4be sure that your body is not blocking what you're writing and teaching

Videos needs

Videos are a great way to visually teach students so they are able to get a better understanding. We will go over the videos that you will need to obtain for your training course. You will need to film yourself in front of a white board for presentation of procedure theory. This will be you talking about the procedure, writing out points, and drawing if necessary. Visually engage your students into the theory of the procedure, this can help students learn and digest the information better than just reading a few paragraphs.

You will want to videotape yourself doing a consultation. This can be just you talking to the camera, explaining the points to cover, or you can film this with a client as if you were actually giving the consultation. Make sure to touch on all the points that are important for a client to know. This is where you will talk to them about the procedure, what to expect, pre and post care instructions and so on.

Take a video setting up your equipment. If it is a machine, show them how to put it together and how to use it. Explain what each thing is used for and how it will be used. Remember, this is new to most people and they may not know anything about it so be clear and don’t ever overestimate how much people already know. Record a video on how they will be practicing before moving onto a live client. Show them the steps on how to practice and what they will do to practice their skills. Explain what you are looking for in their work and how they obtain those results.

Finally, videotape performing the procedure on live clients. You will want to cover each step of the procedure, leaving nothing out. Remember, these students likely know nothing about this procedure, there is no information too small to share. Take before and after photos when filming your procedure videos. It is best to get multiple clients to film so there is a variety of circumstances to share. It is very important to follow the procedure video guidelines for these videos because you do not want to lose the beautiful work you just did.

Video Submissions

We are excited to showcase your training on our website!
Please upload the following to a Google Drive or Dropbox folder and
submit/share the following to
to get started for review and approval

course needs

  • 1Submit Course Outline and Sales Material
  • 2Submit Full Course Copy
  • 3White Board Presentation of Procedure Video
  • 4Setting Up Procedure Equipment Video
  • 5Practice Tools & Practice Methods Video
  • 6Full Procedure Video or Videos
  • 7Once training is sent in for review, all rights belong to Scalpa