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Accredited Training Courses in Aesthetic Medicine

At Harley Academy we have one main goal: to improve patient safety. We do this by raising educational standards for the most widely-requested cosmetic procedures: injectables and skin rejuvenation treatments.

If you’re looking to learn micro-needling and chemical peels then our Level 4 Skin Rejuvenation qualification is for you.

If you’re a medical professional hoping to deliver injectable treatments then our Foundation Day in botulinum toxins and dermal fillers is the best place to start. Over 500 medical professionals attended one in 2017, and more than 300 then chose us for further study.

OCT
26
London, Moorgate (Harley Academy) – Foundation Day for Medical Professionals
£850.00
6 places left
NOV
10
London (Harley Academy, Copthall Avenue)
£750.00
9 places left
NOV
14
London, Moorgate (Harley Academy): Mid-face Workshop
£750.00
3 places left
NOV
21
London (Harley Academy, Copthall Avenue)
£750.00
9 places left
NOV
24
London (Harley Academy, Copthall Avenue)
£750.00
7 places left
NOV
28
London (Harley Academy, Copthall Avenue)
£750.00
12 places left
DEC
21
London, Moorgate (Harley Academy): Lower Face Workshop
£750.00
5 places left

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