Level 7 Injectables – Fast-Track

Level 7 Injectables – Fast-Track

£2,995.00 incl. VAT

Level 7 Injectables – Fast-Track

Otherwise known as ‘Recognition of Prior Learning’, the Harley Academy Level 7 Injectables Fast Track programme allows experienced practitioners to meet HEE requirements (now JCCP requirements) without taking time from their busy clinics. Upon completion you will have the highest level of formal qualification it’s possible to achieve in Aesthetic Medicine. Ideal for doctors, dentists, nurses and midwives. This is a nationally recognised qualification that will provide you with a solid understanding of how to administer BOTOX® and dermal fillers.

Duration: 6-12 months (flexible)

Skill Level: Experienced

Assessment: Logbook; short essays; one-day exam (OSCE)

Certification: Ofqual-regulated; IQ Accredited

Digital Resources: 142 hours

CPD Points: 142

Credits at Level 7: 28

Course Description

Build Trust

Have your extensive experience (min. 3 years or 100 patients) officially recognised with a government-regulated qualification. This certification builds trust with your patients, and allows you onto the Joint Council’s national Register of approved practitioners.

Flexible and Fast

The Fast Track allows you to achieve the full Level 7 in a fraction of the time. The usual course takes up to 3 years, whereas Fast Track students can complete assessment in as little as one Exam Term (6 months).


The Level 7 in Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine resulted from 2015 Health Education England Training Requirements. This is now the new lowest standard of training required by the Joint Council (JCCP) for delivery of botulinum toxins and dermal fillers.

Course Structure

You can achieve the qualification as soon as you submit your logbook and complete two forms of assessment.

Log Book

  • Samples of treatment cases delivered over the past three years or more. Samples must demonstrate evidence of patient consultation including pre-treatment and post-treatment care plans. E.g. This can be in the form of clinical notes, taken from consultations.
  • A written reference from an experienced practitioner *to confirm that you have over three years experience, or have treated over 100 patients.The nominated experienced practitioner who provides the reference must also meet these requirements.*


  • Coursework: 34 Short Answer Questions (written assignments of 100-600 words each)
  • Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE): A one-day final examination that allows you to demonstrate your practical knowledge and skills.*

After Completion

Upon completion you will have the highest level of formal qualification it’s possible to achieve in Aesthetic Medicine. If your aim is to get on the JCCP register, build up your own practice, or gain a better position in a cosmetic clinic then the Level 7 will empower you to do so.

Level 7 Fast Track candidates are also eligible to learn how to use cannulae and other new procedures on our Masterclasses. These are especially well-suited to practitioners who want to advance their own cosmetic clinic.

Click here to read more about our Level 7 Community

What Will I Learn

The Fast Track programme allows you to demonstrate what you already know from your aesthetics practice, and gain formal recognition for it. Included in the programme is access to our comprehensive digital learning suite of videos, quizzes and interactive materials, where you can top-up your knowledge. This online learning covers:

Ethics and law in aesthetic medicine

Good medical practice is essential for a long-term career in aesthetics. Have an understanding of how to protect yourself and your patients legally and ethically.

Cosmetic Psychology

Recognising healthy and unhealthy psychological drives is crucial for good practice in aesthetic medicine. Understand the signs of body dysmorphia, and how to deal with patients who may need to be refused treatment.

Skin Science

The skin is the foundation for all cosmetic procedures, and you will learn the structure and function of both the skin and hair and how they age over time. You will also learn to recognise skin conditions that contraindicate treatment, as well as referral pathways for patients suffering from skin-related concerns.
If you’re interested in learning to manage skin conditions, clinical skin rejuvenation treatments are taught our Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine Specialty Training programmes.

Botulinum toxins & Dermal fillers

In addition to observing a minimum of ten botulinum toxin treatments and performing ten yourself under close expert supervision. You can deepen your understanding of the science of botulinum toxins and fillers, including: mechanisms of action, how to consult for a wide range of indications, an array of optimal injection techniques, and how to manage complications and side-effects.

For more details consult the Level 7 specification that we co-authored with Industry Qualifications

Who Is This Course for


  • 3 or more years of experience in aesthetic medicine or has delivered a minimum of 100 of Botulinum Toxin/Dermal Filler treatments; 50 for each.
  • Level 6 (undergraduate) degree in medicine, nursing or dentistry.
  • A valid GMC/NMC/GDC number with an active license to practice in the UK. Please note that we do not accept dental nurses or dental hygienists on any of our injectables or cosmetic dermatology courses including those with GDC numbers.
  • English as a first language, or English Language Testing System (IELTS) 7.0 in all components


  • Postgraduate degree/diploma/master’s degree in Anatomy, Dermatology, Medicine, Surgery, Research.
  • CCT or completion of training within the profession.

International students may be accepted if an equivalent level of education can be demonstrated, and you are professionally registered. Please refer to our Entry Requirements Policy for details.


Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.

All applicants must provide their professional registration number along with a CV. Two referees will be required in order to complete your enrolment if successful. One must be from your current employer (or a previous employer within the last 3 years if self-employed).

Other documents you will need when you apply:

  • Scans of your Undergraduate Degree and Postgraduate Training Certificates
  • If you are an international student, you will also need to upload a scan of your IELTS certificate

Student Reviews


I’ve been practising injectables for years — can I just buy your qualification and then put ‘L7Cert’ after my name?

If you pass our assessments and submit a portfolio, then there are no other time constraints on achieving our L7Cert.

Why do the Level 7 Fast Track instead of a university Master’s?

The Level 7 Fast Track has been designed to fit around your schedule, rather than sticking to a strict academic timetable and set of submission deadlines. Complete in your own time, your own way. As a private company, the online learning we have invested in is also cutting edge in a way that university online tools can rarely be. We also have no admissions quotas, so you can apply throughout the year and if you meet the criteria, you’ll be accepted whenever works for you.