Home House in London was the venue for The Medical and Aesthetic Training Academy (MATA) launch on June 5.
MATA is a new medical and aesthetic training centre for healthcare professionals, based in London’s Harley Street.
As part of the celebrations, a panel of industry professionals contributed to an interactive debate exploring the status of the industry, two years on from the Keogh report.
The panel was chaired by founder of the Safety in Beauty Campaign, Antonia Mariconda, and included contribution from: Dr Faz Zavahir, founder and director of both MATA courses and Juvea Aesthetics in Harley Street; Mr Apul Parikh, aesthetic surgeon and one of the lead trainers for MATA courses; Lauren Sibley, aesthetic practitioner and clinic manager; and Stan Batchelor, head of radiation and laser safety at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital.
MATA will provide medical and aesthetic training in botulinum toxin, dermal fillers, chemical peels and laser and light treatments.