Dates for the first Level 7 Advanced Professional Award in Applied Clinical Facial Anatomy for Cosmetic Interventions have been announced for September and November.
King’s College London will host the course, ran by Dalvi Humzah Aesthetic Training and the Medical Aesthetic Training Academy (MATA), on September 11 and 12. Delegates in the north of England and Scotland can also attend The University of Glasgow’s Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre on November 24 and 25.
The course is a recognised postgraduate qualification that is delivered through MATA and awarded by EduQual and is also endorsed by Training Qualifications UK, an Ofqual-recognised awarding organisation.
According to the training providers, the qualification comprises two compulsory units; Anatomical Basis for Cosmetic Interventions, and Preventing and Treating Complications through Advanced Facial Anatomy. It will use wet-tissue specimens for anatomical teaching, together with written assessments, objective structured clinical examination stations and reflective portfolios, in order to gain the Level 7 postgraduate qualification. As part of the qualification, delegates will also complete online knowledge modules and face to face teaching and assessments.
Consultant plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon and lead tutor Mr Dalvi Humzah said, "We are absolutely thrilled to be able to offer the Level 7 Advanced Professional Award in Applied Clinical Facial Anatomy for Cosmetic Interventions at two prestigious sites – Kings College London and the University of Glasgow in September and November respectively. This will allow our colleagues to access this first and unique qualification north and south of the UK!"