The Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has appointed new technology partners to assist with data collection.
The organisation has partnered with HF Resolution Ltd to manage its Practitioner, Education and Training Registers; and Treatments You Can Trust (TYCT) in partnership with Northgate Public Services to help collect patient data.
Interim chair, professor David Sines said, “After an extensive open, independent and transparent procurement process, the JCCP, with support from the Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority (CPSA), has selected HF Resolution, Northgate Public Services and TYCT as its key technology partners. It is very reassuring that we can bring on board these hugely experienced partners with a long track record of activity and credibility in the non-surgical sector.”
As part of the new partnership, HF Resolution Ltd, a company that runs consumer redress schemes, will help to transact, deliver and maintain the Practitioner, Education and Training Registers.
Managing director of HF Resolution Tim Frome said, “We are delighted to be chosen as the preferred supplier to build and manage the technology platform which will be used to run the Practitioner, Education and Training JCCP registers. We will use our experience in building and running platforms suitable for managing high volume membership schemes to provide the best possible solution to the JCCP. We are fully engaged with the JCCP objectives and look forward to assisting the JCCP in achieving its core aims of improving standards and consumer confidence in the cosmetic industry.”
The JCCP Register will officially launch in November 2017.