Experienced practitioners can gain the nationally recognised Level 7 qualification in a fraction of the time. This is important for raising the baseline in aesthetics to the 2018 Joint Council (JCCP) requirements.
Completion of this Fast Track programme will give you priority access onto the official register of certified practitioners monitored by the Joint Council of Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP).
You can achieve the qualification once you submit your logbook, and complete the assessment.
Samples of treatment cases delivered over the past three years or more. Samples simply demonstrate evidence of patient consultation including pre-treatment and post-treatment care plans. 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 over 100 cases.
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.
*The nominated experienced practitioner who provides the reference must also meet these requirements.
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 evidence-based online learning, where you can top-up your knowledge. This covers:
Unit 1 Ethics and law in aesthetic medicine Unit 2 Treatments in aesthetic medicine Unit 3 Psychology in aesthetic medicine Unit 4 Dermatology in aesthetic medicine Unit 5 Principles of botulinum toxin in aesthetic medicine Unit 6 Practice of botulinum toxin in aesthetic medicine Unit 7 Principles of dermal fillers in aesthetic medicine Unit 8 Practice of dermal fillers in aesthetic medicine
You are also eligible for immediate access to Harley Academy Advanced Training Workshops. This means that you can master new advanced techniques and finesse your hands-on skills.
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, midwifery, dentistry or pharmacy.
A valid GMC/NMC/GDC/GPhC number with an active license to practice in the UK.
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
7 hours of intensive small group teaching. Watch a range of treatments, and build your portfolio of observed cases. Observing treatments is a crucial part of the training requirements outlined in the 2016 HEE Guidelines.
Two full observation days are included in the Level 7 Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine.
This combined Aesthetic Medicine training package is an aesthetics career accelerator that’s designed to transform trainees from novices to holistically qualified, practice-ready aesthetics professionals.
The UK’s first government-regulated qualification in botulinum toxins and dermal fillers. This intensive 6-18 month course is designed to make you stand out. Includes foundation training, 148 hours of theory, 20 patients observed, and 20 patients treated.