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14th November 2017 harleyadmin

Botox courses that make a difference

Botox training is changing. Before we launched the UK’s first vocational Level 7 qualification in Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine, there were only short, one day or weekend courses in botulinum toxins. Now, there are multiple centres offering our IQ Level 7 Certificate, and a renewed focus on increasing safety and transparency in the industry.

If you’re a doctor, dentist or nurse, you can help to improve training standards by training with us.


Looking for treatments not courses? Catch our best trainers at GILD Clinic.

The course that’s right for you

Everyone is different, and different levels of training suit different kinds of people. You can become an outstanding Botox practitioner with a course that’s suitable for your background and ambitions.

When the government released official guidance on cosmetic training in 2015, we realised that there was a way to seriously improve standards in aesthetics training. We created a course that mapped every requirement to a deliverable outcome, and started running it. This was then accepted by Ofqual, the government’s office for examinations and qualifications, as meeting the new higher standard, and now it’s the UK’s first fully regulated Level 7 qualification.

However, the importance that we give to safety and evidence-based practice infuses our Foundation Training days as much as our regulated qualifications. Whether you’re committed to lifelong professional development or just curious about the field, we have a suitable Botox course for you

5 Benefits of Botox training

  1. Dictate your own hours
    Unlike NHS rotas, private aesthetic practice gives you the freedom to dictate when you work. This can be in the evenings and weekends around your GP or consultant practice, or 9-5 like a normal day job to replace shift work.
  2. Earn more
    It is widely-known that aesthetic medicine can be a lucrative career choice. With the average patient paying £210-470 per Botox treatment (1-3 areas) every 3 months, it only takes a couple of patients per week to add thousands to your income.
  3. Connect with your patients
    One of the nicest opportunities presented by private practice is the chance to give patients time and focus and build a lasting professional relationship that is mutually beneficial.
  4. Release your creativity
    Botox can be used for lower-face contouring, eyebrow lifting, and in conjunction with volumising fillers to create a variety of beautiful results. If you have an artistic side that is not nourished by clinical practice then Botox training is the perfect way to exercise your creativity.
  5. Keep learning
    Aesthetics is a young field. Every week new procedures and products emerge in the market.

Aesthetics is a world filled with hype, but with a solid enough foundation in the principles of facial ageing and the science of rejuvenation medicine you can discern sense from nonsense, and discover the exciting, new, evidence-based techniques.

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Why Choose Harley Academy for Botox Training?

  • A team of experts
    Our qualifications and courses have been designed by doctors and academics with the experience to do it properly ­- just take a look at our team.
  • More than just an impressive accreditation
    Our level 7 has an excellent reputation in aesthetics, but our focus is on your long-term success. We continue to innovate courses and tools for our community so that they can be the best, and stay the best, in the field.
  • Take your Botox training to the level that suits you
    If you have studied elsewhere you can still join our community of learners, and if you enjoy your Foundation Training, things don’t have to end there. You have the options of subsidised admission to the level 7 in Injectables, Mentoring, and Advanced Workshops.
  • Solid foundations
    We stand for evidence-based knowledge and peer review. All of our courses give you more than just practical advice but also in-depth background knowledge in skin ageing, facial anatomy, complex psychological issues involved in aesthetic care, and the science behind the efficacy of both botulinum toxins (“Botox”) and soft tissue fillers.
  • Future-proof your career
    If you choose the level 7, your career in aesthetics is protected against future changes to regulations in the industry because we base our Botox training qualifications on the recommended regulations. This is why you also get entry to the JCCP register.
  • Botox courses with Integrity
    Harley Academy’s reputation is built on the values that underpin our training courses: leadership, collaboration, and evidence-based practice.

Level 7 training in botulinum toxins

Since 2015, there’s been an enormous push for training courses in botulinum toxins (“Botox”) to raise the standard of their courses to a level 7.

According to Health Education England and the Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners, the minimum training requirements for delivery of botulinum toxin procedures now include:

  • A postgraduate/level 7 qualification
  • Observing 10 and treating 10 patients with Botox during clinical mentoring

To allow you to meet these requirements Harley Academy developed the UK’s first vocational level 7 qualification in Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine. This qualification is now being licensed out by other training centres and is spreading across the UK.

Level 7 alumni are highly employable. By passing our rigorous assessments they don’t just earn an impressive accreditation, but also demonstrate that they have the skills to inject independently to a high standard.

Level 7 botulinum toxin and dermal filler course structure

The full Level 7 qualification (L7Cert) in Injectables in Aesthetic Medicine involves four parts:

  • / Foundation Training Day: A one-day introductory training course
  • / E-learning: 50-100 hours of university-standard online learning
  • / Clinical Placement: Practical experience and personal mentoring
  • / Assessment: A series of short coursework essays and a two hour Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)

STEP 1: Botox Foundation Training Day

This one day course is the first stage in our combined Injectables (Botox and dermal filler) training course. It can also be a standalone course, and if you are a suitably qualified medical professional this certificate will allow you to start administering Botox and dermal fillers privately, in clinics and medispas.

Foundation Training Aims and Objectives

  • / Appreciate the probity of medical research
  • / Undertake a thorough assessment of your patient
  • / Understand the biochemistry and mode of action of botulinum toxin
  • / Demonstrate the bio-availability and diffusion of botulinum toxin
  • / Recognise the immunogenicity, efficiency and safety of botulinum toxin
  • / Understand the anatomy of the facial muscles
  • / Develop foundations of documentation good record keeping
  • / Learn dilution requirements and demonstrate various injection techniques
  • / Assess indications for botulinum toxin, including:
    • / Glabellar Lines
    • / Crow’s Feet
    • / Horizontal Forehead Lines
    • / Lower Lid Rejuvenation
    • / Upper Lip Rejuvenation
    • / Mentalis Treatment
    • / Depressor Angularis Oris Treatment
    • / Platysmal Bands Treatment
    • / Nasalis/Upper Lip Treatment
    • / Nasal Scrunch and Flare Treatment
    • / Hyperhidrosis Treatment
  • / Be able to discuss the contraindications for botulinum toxin treatment
  • / Deliver appropriate post-injection advice
  • / Recognise complications for botulinum toxin treatment and appropriate management

STEP 2: Online Botox course

Our postgraduate-level online training in injectables provides a comprehensive education in the fundamentals and practice of injectable treatments.

Online learning features

  • / 50-100 hours of university-standard material.
  • / Core modules covering the latest medical knowledge in Botulinum Toxin, dermal fillers, skin ageing, dermatology and facial aesthetics.
  • / Complementary modules on health and safety, law, policy and ethics.
  • / Includes videos, interactive diagrams, and interim assessments.
  • / Monitors your learning so you can continuously track your progress, and pick up where you left off.
  • / Impartially compares products and brands.
  • / Indications and contraindications.
  • / CPD accredited (142 hours).

STEP 3: Clinical Mentoring in Botox Procedures

Patients can become a Botox model at our Training Clinics (“GILD Clinic”), allowing you – our trainees – to practice and observe botulinum toxin treatments in a real clinical setting. You will see or practice on a minimum of 40 patients during your Clinical Placement, included in the Level 7.

Clinical placement features:

  • / Real patient consultations: an opportunity for delegates to respond to genuine patient concerns, design individualised treatment plans, and communicate these to patients.
  • / Practice of accurate and appropriate injection technique and product placement under close supervision of an experienced aesthetic doctor.
  • / Immediate feedback and one-to-one mentoring.
  • / A logbook for recording your reflections for future reference.
  • / The opportunity to ask questions as you learn.
  • / Insurance for your supervised treatments.
  • / A supervisor reference (this is required to qualify in injectables).
  • / Experience what working in a successful cosmetic clinic is actually like.

STEP 4: Assessment

To achieve your qualification you need to pass the following assessments:

  • / A completed logbook of 40 patient treatments
  • / A series of 34 short essay questions (100 words to a maximum of 600 words)

A one-day Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)

Claim your prospectus

Fill in the form below to get your Level 7 in Injectables prospectus sent straight to your inbox.


Comments (69)

  1. Mandy Turnbull 11 months ago

    Are there any courses available in Manchester ? How much does the level 7 qualification cost and how often are the assessments? Many thanks

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Mandy,
      Thank you for your message. Up-to-date prices can be seen on this page: Level 7 Injectables. Assessments are throughout the year, you will join an exam season once you are ready to take your final assessment and then you’ll have 6 months to submit everything and choose a convenient exam date for you.

      We have foundation training and mentoring available in Manchester, currently at Pall Mall Medical on King St.

      If you have any further questions just give us a call on 0203 859 7598 and one of our team will be happy to help.

  2. Courtney Richards 11 months ago

    Hi, I am a registered nurse and am interested in the foundation Botox and filler course that you provide. Would you be able to send me over some more information on this course? Thank you

  3. Margaret Brandreth- Jnes 11 months ago

    Dear Sir,
    am a Nurse practitioner having worked all my life in many different fields of practice. I am a Nurse Prescriber and would like to learn a new skill to practice in my retirement. I would be grateful if you could advise me of the cost of training
    Regards
    Margaret Brandreth- Jones
    SRN, Ba Hons, Post Grad dip , MA , Nurse prescriber

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Margaret,
      Thank you for your message. You would indeed be eligible for the full Level 7 course. Up-to-date prices can be seen on this page: Level 7 Injectables. If you have any further questions just give us a call on 0203 859 7598 and one of our team will be happy to help.

  4. Jurate 11 months ago

    Hi. I’m Beautician trained in permanent make up and microneedling. I really woul like to learn botox and fillers. Is this course suitable for me as I’m not a nurse ? That training is my dream please advise me.

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Jurate,

      Thanks for your comment. Unfortunately the latest medical guidelines allow us to only accept registered doctors, dentists and nurses onto our Injectables courses. However, as a beautician you would be eligible to join our aesthetics community on one of our fantastic Skin Rejuvenation courses, which are aimed specifically at beauty/clinical professionals who are looking for a route into aesthetic medicine.

      Don’t hesitate to call us on 0203 859 7598 if you have any questions about this.

  5. Alice 11 months ago

    How much exactly will the private mentoring with Harley training academy come up to?

    • Beth L. Swingler 11 months ago

      Hi ALice,
      Thanks for your comment. A minimum of 40 patient cases, roughly four sessions of private mentoring, are now included in the level 7 course, which also gives you a full qualification in theory and practice of Injectables. Owing to its popularity, we can no longer offer 1:1 mentoring to external learners not currently on the level 7 course.

      If you’ve already got some experience and you’re looking to top up your experience with specific procedures then I recommend the Advanced Workshops. These are small-group sessions with plenty of 1:1 feedback that will allow you to skill up quickly – in a similar way to normal 1:1 mentoring. These are priced individually so you just can book per day.

      Don’t hesitate to give us a call if you have further questions!

  6. Laura Curtis 10 months ago

    Considering doing my training with your company.

  7. CW 10 months ago

    I really want to do this course do you need to hve any nurse qualifications to do this?

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi CW,

      Thanks for your comment. Owing to the risks involved in performing aesthetic treatments a suitable background is a requirement for joining our courses. If this is not your background then we recommend that you either take a Level 3 course in Beauty Therapy, which will enable you to join our Skin Rejuvenation courses, or retrain in medicine, nursing or dentistry if your ambition is to deliver botulinum toxins or dermal fillers. These courses will give you the detailed background knowledge required to safely and expertly deliver these kinds of treatments, and will mean you can look forward to a full, safe career in aesthetic medicine.

  8. Natalie Parker 10 months ago

    How do you get hold of the products once completed the Course if you’re not a prescriber?

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Natalie,

      Whilst you do not need a prescribing qualification in order to do our courses, you would be required to work with a prescriber (e.g. a doctor, dentist or nurse prescriber) in order to acquire (a) Botulinum Toxins, and (b) the reversal agent Hyaluronidase, which is important for working with dermal fillers.

      Many of our students are nonetheless nurses who cannot yet prescribe. They tend to either
      (a) meet a prescriber on the Level 7 or online who can prescribe for their patients, or
      (b) intend to get a job in a clinic that would have prescribers on their staff, and/or
      (c) be intending to undertake a V300 (offered at several universities across the UK) after their aesthetics training.

      Working under the oversight of a prescribing clinician is important in aesthetics, but it is possible to find them – or become one.

      If you have further concerns about this feel free to call us on 0203 859 7598 and we can answer your queries. Many thanks, hope to see you on a course soon!

  9. Julie Rhodes 10 months ago

    I’m a prescribing nurse practitioner and am looking to enrol on the foundation course. Would I need to access any reading material or complete any theoretical modules prior to commencing the course? Also, do you offer advice about starting a business or insurance providers?
    Yours faithfully
    Julie Rhodes

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Julie,

      We provide post-reading for you to take after the course but there is no pre-reading required. Just turn up and learn!

      We do provide information about starting a business and insurance providers.

      Thanks.

  10. Lynette Worthington 10 months ago

    Hi, how much is the foundation course and then the level 7….really interested thanks

  11. Carolina 10 months ago

    Are the level 7 course or the advanced workshop suitable for dentist or only for Doctors??
    Thanks

    • Beth L. Swingler 8 months ago

      Hi Carolina,
      Medical professionals with a fully regulated license (GMC, GDC, NMW, or GPhC) can take the the Level 7. Don’t hesitate to call us on 0203 859 7598 or request a prospectus with the form above to learn more!

  12. Paige 10 months ago

    How many patients are you able to observe and inject on one mentoring day or will additional mentoring days needed to be purchased?

    Thanks

    • Beth L. Swingler 10 months ago

      Hi Paige,
      We’ve just changed our level 7 course so that it now includes all mentoring days. We will ensure you fill your 40-case logbook no matter how many days it takes. On average, we expect this to include 2 full observation days and four 1:1 supervised sessions (half days, can be combined into one long day if more convenient for you). Check out this page to read about our mentoring in more detail.

  13. Stephanie 10 months ago

    Hi, do I have to have any qualifications in anything to start a full course into injectables?

    • Beth L. Swingler 10 months ago

      Hi Stephanie,

      For the full Level 7 you need to have an undergraduate degree (level 6 qualification) in: dentistry; nursing; midwifery; medicine; or pharmacy.

  14. Shirley Ryan 10 months ago

    How much is the Level 7 Training Course in Botulinum Toxins?

  15. Samantha Duckhouse 10 months ago

    Hi there, I competed the foundation course last March and have been carrying out Botox treatments privately and in spas, however I understand that there is now a legal requirement to upgrade to level 7 is this correct? If so would I still be able to claim the cost of the training day back if I joined up to the Level 7 course with you please? Sam

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Sam,

      Great comment. It is not a legal requirement yet, but the latest guidance from the medical regulators including the GMC is that professionals should train to the latest HEE standards to be certain of practising within their competence. This, for injectables, is a Level 7.

      The government has for now insisted that the aesthetics industry “self-regulate”, but it is fairly likely that this is a precursor to eventual legal regulation of the industry. The safest thing to do is either now train to
      Level 7, or if you have over 3 years of experience, to take the Level 7 Fast Track.

      (You might still be able to claim your Foundation Day cost back off the course if you did it with us – give us a call on 0203 859 7598 to check!)

  16. Leah 9 months ago

    I am currently studying biomedical science and want a career in aesthetics. Would I need to study medicine in order to join your foundation course?

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Thanks for your comment. Unfortunately the latest medical guidelines allow us to only accept registered doctors, dentists and nurses onto our Injectables courses. However, as a bio-medical student you would be eligible to join our aesthetics community on one of our fantastic Skin Rejuvenation courses, which are aimed specifically at beauty/clinical professionals who are looking for a route into aesthetic medicine.

      Don’t hesitate to call us on 0203 859 7598 if you have any questions about the course.

  17. Sara 9 months ago

    Hi Beth,
    I have BSc Midwifery from Iran, and Msc in Advanced Clinical Practice, and now I am third year Doctorate in Clinical Practice. I am not registered in NMC, but I would like to ask can I undertake this course and work in London. Is it necessary to be registered in NMC then apply for this course and work in a clinic or having my own clinic?

    Kind regards,
    Sara

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Sara,

      For our insurance and general accountability purposes, valid NMC registration is required. Once you have that you are more than welcome to join!
      Good luck!

  18. Anna 9 months ago

    I have an undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy and a post graduate degree (MSc) in sports medicine. Is this level of qualification sufficient for the course?

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Anna,

      Thanks for your comment. Unfortunately the latest medical guidelines allow us to only accept registered doctors, dentists and nurses onto our Injectables courses. However, as a physiotherapist you would be eligible to join our aesthetics community on one of our fantastic Skin Rejuvenation courses, which are aimed specifically at beauty/clinical professionals who are looking for a route into aesthetic medicine.

      Don’t hesitate to call us on 0203 859 7598 if you have any questions about the course.

  19. Anjj 9 months ago

    Can Physician Associates do the Level 7 course ? I have two postgraduate qualifications already. And do you provide insurance ? Also do you provide the patients for us to do the botox on for the assessments??

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Anjj,

      Thanks for your comment. Unfortunately our insurance and the latest medical guidelines allow us to only accept registered doctors, dentists and nurses onto our Injectables courses.

  20. Andrew 9 months ago

    Hi, I am a registered adult nurse and would like to do the foundation course with the aim to provide cosmetic Botox in a clinic very soon. Will I still be able to do this without a level 7 qualification? It appears to me that the HEE report are recommendations, therefore I will be able to practice even after the September 2018 date set by HEE. Obviously ALL practicing cosmetic aesthetics without level 7 won’t just stop their work? Please can you clear this up for me.

    Thank you

  21. Lisa 9 months ago

    Hi really interested in your foundation course. I only hold a v10 so following the foundation course how would I continue to practice in respect of getting the injectables?
    Thank you in advance
    Lisa Y

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Lisa,

      Whilst you do not need a prescribing qualification in order to do our courses, you would be required to work with a prescriber (e.g. a doctor, dentist or nurse prescriber) in order to acquire (a) Botulinum Toxins, and (b) the reversal agent Hyaluronidase, which is important for working with dermal fillers.

      Many of our students are, like you, nurses who cannot yet prescribe. They tend to either
      (a) meet a prescriber on the Level 7 or online who can prescribe for their patients, or
      (b) intend to get a job in a clinic that would have prescribers on their staff, and/or
      (c) be intending to undertake a V300 (offered at several universities across the UK) after their aesthetics training.

      Working under the oversight of a prescribing clinician is important in aesthetics, but it is possible to find them – or become one.

      If you have further concerns about this feel free to call us on 0203 859 7598 and we can answer your queries. Many thanks, hope to see you on a course soon!

  22. Jasmine 8 months ago

    I have an NMC registration and am interested in this course. However in order to practice would I need to have a prescribing qualification also?

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Jasmine,

      Whilst you do not need a prescribing qualification in order to do our courses, you would be required to work with a prescriber (e.g. a doctor, dentist or nurse prescriber) in order to acquire (a) Botulinum Toxins, and (b) the reversal agent Hyaluronidase, which is important for working with dermal fillers.

      Many of our students are, like you, nurses who cannot yet prescribe. They tend to either (a) meet a prescriber on the Level 7 or online who can prescribe for their patients, or (b) intend to get a job in a clinic that would have prescribers on their staff, and/or (c) be intending to undertake a V300 (offered at several universities across the UK) after their aesthetics training.

      Working under the oversight of a prescribing clinician is important in aesthetics, but it is possible to find them – or become one.

      If you have further concerns about this feel free to call us on 0203 859 7598 and we can answer your queries. Many thanks, hope to see you on a course soon!

  23. Ranger Caroline 8 months ago

    Is this course still running? I am interested in plastics and this would be a good place to start before I re-join university next year for my nursing masters course.

    • Beth L. Swingler 8 months ago

      Hi Caroline,

      Definitely running! For the foreseeable future, as we hope this course will replace all other aesthetic medical courses. Why don’t you give us a call on 0203 859 7598 and you can talk to an advisor who can answer any questions you have?
      Or, request a prospectus using this form:


  24. Yasmin 8 months ago

    Hi
    I am a practice Nurse with 30 + years experience in various specialties .
    I would be grateful if you could let me know what additional qualifications I require to access this course

    • Beth L. Swingler 8 months ago

      Hi Yasmin,
      With all that excellent experience it sounds like you’re qualified to take the course, provided you have a valid NMC pin. Why don’t you give our on-boarding team a call on 0203 859 7598 to see whether the course is right for you?

  25. kimberley dolan 8 months ago

    hi I am a nurse in dundee and would like to move onto botox and fillers this course sounds amazing giving all the important professional training required to become the best one can be in this industry, please can you tell me more when the course is available and the price

    thank you

  26. Zara 8 months ago

    Hello! Does your course accept BSc in Operating Department practice graduates? Thank you.

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Zara,

      Unfortunately not on the Injectables courses. If you’re already a practicing aesthetic practitioner and you’re an ODP then our Skin Rejuvenation course may be able to accept you, which will give you a very strong grounding in dermatology and the principles of aesthetic medicine, as well as two of the most sought after clinical skin procedures. If you’re interested give us a call on 0203 859 7598 and we’ll be able to look at your case in more detail. Thanks.

  27. Karen Reid 8 months ago

    Hi do you have to pay upfront or can you pay in instalments?

    • Beth L. Swingler 7 months ago

      For the Level 7 we offer instalment plans. For the Foundation Day payment is up front. Call 0203 859 7598 for details.

  28. Justine 7 months ago

    I am an NMC registered adult nurse but I only have a diploma in adult nursing. Is this enough to undertake the foundation course?

    • Beth L. Swingler 7 months ago

      Hi Justine,

      Yes the old diploma counts for entry to the Foundation Day given your nursing experience. Give us a call on 0203 859 7598 to book your slot!

  29. Cal 6 months ago

    Hi There,

    I am really interested in your courses i can considering going into the beauty industry self employed working from my own studio.

    I have no experience in Botox or has any medical qualifications, i was wondering if i do these courses can i practice on clients being qualified in this field after completing a certain level or amount of courses?

    Can you please give me full detailed information on this.

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Cal,

      Unfortunately we do not have a qualification pathway that can give non-medics the level of training required to deal with complications and medical emergencies that can arise from injectable treatments. Infections, blindness and necrosis (dying flesh) are all real risks of these procedures – it is not all just about how many beauty courses you’ve been on. We recommend that you re-train with e.g. a nursing degree, after which point you can look forward to a long, safe and healthy career in aesthetic medicine.
      Good luck!

  30. Marina 5 months ago

    Hi, Im a Brazilian dentist with a Smallville botox course … I really news to do tour course. How Can I do? Thanks!

    • Beth L. Swingler 5 months ago

      Hi Marina,

      You’re welcome to join the Level 7 Injectables course if you meet the following criteria:
      1. You have full valid General Dentistry Council (GDC) registration registration in the UK
      2. You have IELTS score of 7.0 or above in the English Language
      If so, don’t hesitate to get in touch or book the course on this page: Level 7 Injectables

  31. Carmen 4 months ago

    Hi, I am a registered dental technician , and I am interested in foundation Botox and filler course , please let me know if I can be qualified to register.
    Many thanks

    • Beth L. Swingler 4 months ago

      Hi Carmen,

      If you’re a qualified dental therapist or dental hygienist then you are welcome to join us on a Foundation Day in Injectables. As a dental technician you may be eligible for our skin courses – call us on 0203 859 7598 if you’d like to discuss your eligibility for this course.

  32. farah 3 months ago

    I am a registered dentist outside the UK, where do i find your entry policy for international students and how do i make sure im eligible for the foundation injectables course before officially booking? do i need to send papers in advance?

  33. Kelly 3 months ago

    Hi,

    I am currently going into my last year of nursing at University.

    Would I be able to do the course within this year or do I have to wait until I am registered after graduation? Thanks

    • Beth L. Swingler 2 months ago

      Hi Kelly,
      You require your NMC PIN to access the course, so come back as soon as you have it. Good luck!

  34. Marie 3 months ago

    Hi there, are you a member of the post graduate loan scheme so I can access funding ?

    • Beth L. Swingler 2 months ago

      Hi Marie,

      We aren’t currently part of the PG loan scheme. However, we do try to accommodate different budgets and have a range of instalment options that might be good for you. If you’re interested, give us a call on 0203 859 7598 and we can discuss instalment options.

  35. James 2 months ago

    Hi. I am a 3rd year dental student studying in the UK. I have experience working with needles as I have given patients Local anaesthetic. Am I eligible to train now or will I have to wait until I graduate?

    • Beth L. Swingler 2 months ago

      Hi James,
      Thanks for your comment. As you require full GDC Registration to apply for the Level 7 course, you’ll need to have graduated before you can take the course. Please give us a call as soon as you get your license!

      Good luck!

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