Medical and Aesthetic Training Academy (MATA) has introduced a new Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies from November 2018.
According to MATA, the qualification will reflect JCCP educational competencies and Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority (CPSA) guidelines and is targeted to practising and experienced aesthetic practitioners.
This post-graduate qualification will cover all aspects of aesthetic injectable therapies, requiring delegates to evidence knowledge, clinical skills and understanding in all areas of aesthetic injectables, MATA has confirmed.
MATA explains that those who hold the current Level 7 Certificate in Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine or equivalent will be able to credit this towards the Diploma to ‘upgrade’ the qualification.
Mr Faz Zavahir, medical director and founder of MATA, said, “MATA is thrilled to take medical aesthetic training to the next level, with the launch of our advanced training qualification now at Diploma level, mapped to the latest guidelines and regulated by the awarding body EduQual. We want to continue to train professionals at the highest level available, ensuring patients’ safety always comes first.”