According to new data collected by insurance company PolicyBee there has been a surge in online searches for aesthetic training courses over the last 12 months.
According to the research, August 2020 recorded the highest number of searches this year at 10,960, which showed a 64% increase from August 2019.
The results of the data also showed a 115% increase between April and August of this year.
The company believes that the increasing numbers of searches for aesthetics training goes hand-in-hand with the expansion of the non-surgical cosmetic procedure sector in the UK and the phenomenon of ‘lockdown face’ due to increased video calls.
Jim Savin, managing director of Cosmetic Courses, agrees that demand for aesthetic training has increased over the last 12 months. He said, “At Cosmetic Courses we have had a huge demand for our service with total revenue growing by 20% from October 2019 for courses for medical professionals looking to start a career in the exciting world of aesthetics. We are passionate about teaching safe aesthetics which mirrors in our training and encourage all delegates to continue their learning to not only offer new treatments but ensure they are treating to a high standard.”