Aesthetic training provider Harley Academy has launched a new course called the Foundation Programme for BOTOX® and Dermal Fillers. It is designed for medical professionals who are looking to take the first step in aesthetics.
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Aesthetic training provider Harley Academy has been recognised as an approved training provider by global pharmaceutical company Allergan. As well as this, Harley Academy has also launched its latest course, the 1:1 Jawline & Chin Filler Training using Juvéderm VOLUX which encompasses the recently-launched dermal filler specifically for the chin and jawline.
In our latest guest blog, we take a look into the importance of training in the aesthetics industry, with Adam Colston, an Advanced Nurse Prescriber and recent Harley Academy Level 7 graduate who now runs his own thriving aesthetics business.
Aesthetic training provider Harley Academy has launched a new series of advanced training courses, called the Harley Academy Injectables and Complications Masterclasses.
Our clinic brand, GILD Clinic, hosted an educational skincare event teaching patients about skincare options and treatments most suited to darker skin tones with the Black Skin Directory.
Aesthetic training provider Harley Academy has achieved certification to become a recognised IQ Verify learning provider in the aesthetic medicine sector.
There have been almost 1,000 complaints about botched botox and filler treatments lodged in the past year, amid warnings that people risk being “duped by cowboys” for cosmetic procedures.
IQV are excited to announce that for the first time an ISO standard (internationally recognised standards ensuring products and services and safe and reliable) will be used for professional certification within the aesthetics sector.
Harley Academy has launched GILD Clinic based in Moorgate, which is the first clinic to be created by a training body. The clinic will offer non-surgical cosmetic treatments including injectables, mesotherapy, microneedling and chemical peels.
The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has announced the first wave of approved education and training providers. In January this year, the JCCP announced that it was working with three education and training provider organisations as ‘test sites’ in order to pilot the implementation of a review process.
The JCCP has achieved full accreditation from the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) and is a registered UK Charity. The JCCP also has an MoU with the GMC and others are in development with other professional statutory regulators with the aim of sharing education, training and practice standards and public protection fitness to practice procedures etc.
From unrealistic expectations to misinformation, Dr. Niro Sivathasan, International Director of Harley Academy, London, U.K. and aesthetic surgeon in Australia, on the realities of plastic surgery from a psychological standpoint, and the mental and emotional mindset necessary of both the patient and the physician.
Industry Qualifications News
Industry Qualifications (IQ) is delighted to announce the award of the first Ofqual regulated qualifications for Injectables in Aesthetic Medicine at level 7 (postgraduate level). IQ offers its congratulations to Doctors Emily Macgregor, Harriet Bradley and Kim Booysen following their qualification achievement at Harley Academy.
Aesthetic training provider Harley Academy has become the first in the industry to offer Level 7 Ofqual regulated postgraduate qualification in cosmetic injectables.
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Harley Academy’s unique training concept combines hands-on, practical foundation training days with online learning, mentoring and assessment.