Harley Academy have partnered with a network of organisations and awarding bodies to help us provide our students with the most comprehensive learning experience possible.
Our Level 7 Certificate in Injectables is the first of its kind to be accredited by the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM). BCAM accredit and support practitioners and clinics as part of their drive to improve standards and regulation in aesthetic medicine..
Church Pharmacy are specialists in the supply of aesthetic medical devices and medicines, supplying the widest range of botulinum toxins and dermal fillers in the UK. Botulinum toxins and dermal fillers for our Harley Academy foundation training days are supplied by Church Pharmacy, who celebrate their ten year anniversary in 2016.
Graduates of our Level 7 Certificate in Injectables are eligible to receive one month of free insurance from Cosmetic Insure. Cosmetic Insure provide liability insurance cover for the whole of the UK aesthetics industry, including covering the delivery of Botox and dermal filler treatments.
Hamilton Fraser Cosmetic Insurance provide cosmetic liability insurance to practitioners, and our Level 7 graduates are eligible to receive competitive rates when insuring through Hamilton Fraser. Practitioners are able to to receive insurance for botulinum toxin, dermal filler and laser/light treatments.
Harley Academy Clinics allow our Level 7 students undergoing their training in botulinum toxins and dermal fillers to complete the practical requirement of the course whilst adhering to Health Education England guidelines.
Courthouse Clinics work closely with Harley Academy to deliver the revolutionary nationwide level 7 mentoring programme in the UK.
“This is another important step towards improving standards in the industry” – Dr Robin Stones, Medical Director at Courthouse Clinics
Industry Qualifications (IQ) accredit our Level 7 Certificate in Injectables. IQ is an Ofqual-regulated awarding body. They ensure the integrity and quality of our assessment schemes.
OCB Media is an award winning medical e-learning company. focusing They focus on improving the quality and affordability of e-learning in the medical sector. OCB is run by Dr Nic Blackwell (PhD), Harley Academy’s head of interactive learning and also provides online learning facilities for the NHS. OCB Media have worked with Harley Academy to assist us in producing a bespoke learning environment to the highest standard for our students.
Our Liverpool and Manchester botox/fillers training foundation days are held at clinics run by Pall Mall Medical. Pall Mall Medical were named as finalists at the Cosmetics and Aesthetics Practice of the Year Award in 2015. Harley Academy academic director, Dr Vikram Swaminathan is Pall Mall’s non surgical lead, and is also academic lead at the British College of Aesthetic Medicine.
Virgin Startup is a not for profit scheme founded by entrepreneurs providing government backed start-up funding to newly formed businesses. The scheme has provided in excess of £12m worth of funding to nearly 38,000 new businesses since it’s launch, including Harley Academy.