Aesthetic training provider Harley Academy has become the first in the industry to offer Level 7 Ofqual regulated postgraduate qualification in cosmetic injectables.
The highly anticipated Aesthetics Media webinar, titled Azzalure (abobotulinum toxin type A) in Action: Key Principles and Treatment for Glabellar Lines in association with pharmaceutical company Galderma UK, is taking place on June 17 from 7pm. It will last approximately one hour.
Aesthetics reports on the highlights from the 20th International Master Course on Aging Science conference.
Waste management service Initial Medical, has launched an e-learning platform called myLearning.
Aesthetic product supplier 4T Medical is offering two new training courses for botulinum toxin and dermal filler treatments.
High street retailer Superdrug, which started offering a botulinum toxin and dermal filler service last year, has said that it will introduce tougher mental health checks for patients as a result of concerns voiced by the NHS.
Aesthetic training companies Harley Academy and SkinViva Training have partnered to offer the Ofqual-accredited Level 7 Certificate in Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine qualification.
A new textbook that encompasses a wide range of topics in aesthetic medicine has been released.
The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) has endorsed the Harley Academy’s level 7 aesthetic course with CPD accreditation.
Awarding organisation Industry Qualifications (IQ) has joined EduQual as the second awarding body to sign a memorandum of understanding with the Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP).