Approved Providers

The following qualifications and educational providers are now approved by the JCCP:

 

Harley Academy, London – for the delivery of the VTCT approved Level 7 diploma in Injectables for Clinical Aesthetics (Modality: L7 Toxins and Fillers)

https://www.harleyacademy.com/training/level-7/

Cosmetic Courses - for the delivery of the VTCT approved Level 7 diploma in Injectables for Clinical Aesthetics (Modality: L7 Toxins and Fillers)

https://cosmeticcourses.co.uk/level-7-diploma-in-injectables-for-clinical-aesthetic-treatments/

For the delivery of the EduQual Certificate in Skin Rejuvenation and Hair Reduction for Aesthetic Practitioners (Modality: L4 Lasers, IPL & LED treatments) 

https://cosmeticcourses.co.uk/aesthetic-training-courses/level-4-qualification-in-skin-rejuvenation/

MAP-IQ – for the delivery of the VTCT approved Level 7 diploma in Clinical Aesthetic Injectable treatments

http://www.map-iq.org/

Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne – for the delivery of a Post Graduate Certificate in Professional Non-Surgical Aesthetic Practice (Modality: L7 Toxins and Fillers)

https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/study-at-northumbria/courses/professional-non-surgical-aesthetic-practice-dtpnsp6/

University of South Wales – for the delivery of a Post Graduate Certificate in Cosmetic Medicine with Assessment of Aesthetic Injectable Practice (Modality: L7 Toxins and Fillers)

https://www.diploma-msc.com/p/combined-certificate-in-cosmetic-medicine

VTCT (ITEC) - Level 7 Diploma in Clinical Aesthetic Injectable Treatments

https://www.vtct.org.uk/level7-aesthetics/ 

OTHM - Level 7 Diploma in Clinical Aesthetic Injectable Therapies

https://www.othm.org.uk/othm-level-7-clinical-aesthetic-injectable-therapies.html 

 

The JCCP seeks views on Fast Track Assessment Centres: 

Purpose of the consultation:

This consultation seeks feedback from the public, practitioners, regulators, insurers and other stakeholders with an interest in the cosmetic sector on the need for and the proposed process for fast track assessment. Fast track assessment aims to enable existing practitioners who are already registered with a professional statutory regulatory body to demonstrate the required specialist knowledge, skills and competence as defined by the JCCP to provide specific cosmetic treatments. You should read the paper outlining the proposed aim and process of fast track assessment prior to responding.

If you proceed to complete the survey your consent is assumed. No personally identifiable data is collected. The findings will be collated by a member of the JCCP education and training committee to provide feedback to the JCCP Board of Trustees to inform decision making regarding the aim of and need for fast track assessment. The findings will not be used for any other purpose.

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