At Harley Academy we ensure that our core values are transmitted through everything we do. Our foundation day students are able to continue onto a full level 7 certificate (L7 Cert) in Injectables, a qualification which, on an equal footing with a postgraduate masters degree is regulated by Ofqual, the government’s body for regulation of education and training. Harley Academy are the UK’s largest postgraduate training provider delivering a masters level qualification in aesthetic medicine with over 100 students enrolled on our level 7 qualification.
Our training courses are endorsed by leading training bodies in aesthetics and the wider higher education community. Harley Academy are endorsed by the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM), and our L7 Cert is accredited by IQ, an Ofqual-regulated awarding body which designs and develops assessment schemes leading to qualifications for individuals. We are creators of the UK’s first Ofqual-regulated, BCAM accredited level 7 qualification in aesthetic medicine.
We currently run two training courses, each designed to cater for students at different levels of understanding and experience.
Foundation Training Day
Level 7 Certificate
Currently our foundation training days are held at venues in London, Liverpool and Manchester. Our one day courses introducing prospective practitioners to the cosmetic medicine industry, how to become a cosmetic injector is currently held in London with our full Ofqual-regulated level 7 certificate in injectables available for completion via distance learning on our unique online learning platform.
For any other questions or queries you can get in touch with Harley Academy using the contact form below, and one our clinical team will be back in touch as soon as possible.
For an overview into why medical professionals should consider a career in aesthetics, head over to our careers page to find out why cosmetic medicine could be for you. Medical professionals working in nursing should also read our detailed blog post about aesthetic nursing.
You can also find detailed information about the Health Education England guidelines on Harley Academy, and for more information about why you should consider future-proofing your career with a regulated qualification in aesthetic medicine please click here.