Microneedling / Dermarolling Course

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Our Microneedling and Dermarolling course is bursting with knowledge, combining all the best skills with basic safety. Why settle for just a certification when you can have expert-led training? Bring your skincare practice to new heights

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About the Microneedling / Dermarolling Course


Discover the secrets behind these two advanced skincare techniques when you sign up to our Microneedling and Dermarolling training course. Perfect for beauty professionals looking to provide more treatments, this course delivers detailed instruction in both of these highly sought-after skin rejuvenation methods. Whether you want to enhance your skills or offer new treatments at your clinic, this course will ensure that you’re fully capable of delivering amazing results.


Course Overview

The theory and practice behind microneedling and dermarolling will be covered extensively throughout the programme. Our trainers will guide participants through hands-on experience using professional machines and rollers. You’ll gain a strong grasp of both the science required to understand how these techniques work, as well as practical skills needed to apply them effectively.


You’ll Learn About:

  • Safety Protocols & Industry Standards: Reduce risk during treatments by mastering standard safety protocols.
  • Clinical Hygiene including Waste Disposal and Licensing: Keep a sterile environment by learning how to manage waste properly.
  • Social Media & Marketing Tips: Discover some of the best ways to promote your services.
  • Contraindications: Know when not use these techniques on clients for their own safety.
  • Consultations: Learn how to set realistic expectations for clients through consultations.
  • Tools & Equipment: Become proficient with industry technology by perfecting use of microneedling machines and derma rollers.
  • Practical using a Microneedling Machine: Develop effective techniques when using this machine on clients.
  • Practical using a Derma Roller: Use dermarollers in-clinic or guide clients on safe at-home use, either way become an expert!
  • Troubleshooting: Handle issues that may arise smoothly while working with these tools.
  • Aftercare: Enhance healing processes and achieve better results by applying best practices for post-treatment care.




Once you’ve successfully completed the course, you’ll receive a certification that confirms your ability to perform these treatments. This certification is recognised by leading beauty therapy associations and will be valuable when it comes to listing your qualifications.


Certification Requirements – to enrol on this course you must have:

For an IPHM Accredited SurePass Diploma you must have an accredited certificate in facials.


If you wish to receive an ABT Accredited SurePass Diploma: you need either:

  • Level 3 in Beauty Therapy
  • VTCT Level 4 in Micropigmentation
  • Level 2 or 3 in Anatomy & Physiology, along with an ABT accredited or VTCT qualification in Microblading


Who Should Enrol?

This programme is perfect for beauty therapists, estheticians and skincare professionals who want to offer cutting-edge treatments to their clients. It’s recommended (but not mandatory) that applicants have past experience in skincare.



Join Us

Blend expert instruction with practical training and you’re destined to confidently provide these popular treatments. Signup today if you don’t want to miss out on the opportunity of upgrading your skill set!

To find out more about our upcoming courses or register please visit our website or contact one of our team members directly. Secure a spot now and become one of the few skilled professionals in the field.

Practitioners must also ensure they comply with local regulations concerning cosmetic treatments. And having adequate insurance coverage — both for the practice and the individual clients — is essential in case of an unforeseen complication.

Microneedling and dermarolling are popular treatments that offer a range of benefits for skin rejuvenation. With the right training, equipment, and care, practitioners can help their clients achieve smoother, firmer, and younger-looking skin. This comprehensive guide serves as an essential resource for anyone looking to learn more about these effective treatments so they can meet their clients’ needs and stand out in the competitive field of beauty treatments.



A Brief History of Microneeding & Dermarolling

Microneedling and dermarolling — even though they’ve just become popular in recent years — have been around since the mid-20th century (and even longer). Understanding how these processes were developed over time gives us insight into why they’re still used today.


Early Beginnings

The idea that we could use controlled injuries to expedite healing is not new. The ancient Chinese practice acupuncture was doing this thousands of years ago to relieve pain from various conditions. But we wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for tattooing — when needles were used to deposit ink into the skin, it started healing wounds and scars in many cases.


Development of Microneedling

German dermatologist Ernst Kromayer laid down the foundation for modern microneedling in 1905 when he treated scars, birthmarks, and hyperpigmentation by experimenting with different wheels and rasps that rotated on his victims’ faces. His methods were obviously primitive compared to what we see today but without him figuring out which rough materials work best on the skin, who knows where we’d be?

The term “microneedling” wasn’t introduced until 1995 by South African plastic surgeon Dr. Desmond Fernandes when he used a small needle stamp to treat his patients’ wrinkles and scars. Dr. Fernandes also developed the first microneedling device for this purpose, realizing that needles could significantly regenerate more collagen and elastin in the skin without permanently damaging the epidermis.


Evolution into Dermarolling

The development of the modern drum-shaped roller device is what ultimately turned microneedling into dermarolling. In 2000, German medical engineer Horst Liebl created the dermaroller that’s used worldwide today. The drum is covered in tiny needles which puncture hundreds of small holes in your skin when you roll it across your face. This made it a lot easier and more accessible for people to perform at home, so its popularity skyrocketed.


Adoption and Popularity

As studies began showing how effective microneedling was at treating skin conditions like acne scars, wrinkles, and stretch marks, practitioners started using it on their clients more often in the early 2000s. When they found out it could help enhance cosmetic treatments as well by allowing transdermal drug delivery, they couldn’t resist doing even more research on how else microneedling can improve skincare.

Since then we’ve seen many advances including motorized needle devices that are much safer than ever before since they’re able to deliver treatments with precise speed control and consistent depth levels every time. And with dozens of consumer-friendly dermarollers available online for anyone to use at home — there’s no question why these techniques have become so popular all over social media.


Current Trends and Future Directions

Microneedling and dermarolling are already considered essential parts of advanced skincare regimens because of how natural and effective they are at rejuvenating our skin. But these ever-changing technologies will only continue to advance as long as research is still being done. This attitude is all about the change. Change from treatments that were needle-based to ones that are now sophisticated and science-backed, which offers huge benefits for skin health and how we look.

Course Details
Course Location
SurePass Beauty Academy - Norwich
Course Duration
1 Day
Course Accreditor
ABT – Associated Beauty Training, IPHM - International Practitioners of Holistic Therapy, SurePass Accredited
Entry Requirements
See Course Description for more Information
Patch Test
Not Required
Model Requirements
Students will work on each other
Course Accreditation
Abt Associated Beauty Training
Iphm International Practitioners Of Holistic Therapy
Surepass Accredited

Additional information

Course Location

SurePass Beauty Academy – Norwich

Course Duration

1 Day

Course Accreditor

ABT – Associated Beauty Training, IPHM – International Practitioners of Holistic Therapy, SurePass Accredited

Entry Requirements

See Course Description for more Information



Patch Test

Not Required

Model Requirements

Students will work on each other

Microneedling / Dermarolling Course Reviews
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Would recommend SurePass

22 May 2024

I attended a day course for microneedling, the course was well taught and knowledgeable one-one models which gave me a great confidence as a registered nurse i would recommend SurePass as a training academy.

Steph Macloughlin

Extremely professional

22 May 2024

Kirsty was extremely professional and helpful with everything. i have learnt so much and cant wait to use this knowledge in my career. Will definitely be recommending to others. Lisa was also a fantastic model. Thank you so much.

Megan Harrowing

Amazing course, feel confident

7 July 2023

Amazing course, learnt so much and feel very confident in performing the treatment on clients.

Eloisa Nash

Friendly calm and patient

7 July 2023

Amazing course. Wonderful tutors-warm friendly calm and patient

Daniella Muranyi

Enjoyed the course much

3 March 2023

Enjoyed the course so much brilliant teacher.

Nicola Morgan

Highly recommend. Very informative.

27 January 2023

Kirsty was very approachable, friendly and informative. Highly recommend.