Many people will have read about aesthetic guidelines introduced by Health Education England and may feel confused by them.
There are currently no regulations imposed for practitioners or training academies but guidelines covering the expected standard of practice were issued by HEE in 2015. These guidelines recommended that going forward, trainers were to teach at level 7 (equivalent of masters level) and practitioners were to practice at level 7 standard.
Please note this is not a mandatory requirement and neither the Department of Health or government have stated any intention to make this compulsory at any time in the future.
Anyone seeking training in toxin and fillers should be aware that they do not have to obtain a level 7 qualification in order to practice but should locate a trainer with enough experience and knowledge to provide them with the skill and understanding to competently treat clients, provide sufficient after care and respond adequately to complications.
See PIAPA's How to Choose a Trainer guide here
Delegates can be assured all training at Facethetics is delivered to the highest standards. Although there is no mandatory requirement for Level 7, as guidelines and recommendations are developed, Facethetics Training will be developing our own materials to meet these recommendations and continue to develop learning outcomes.
Our lead tutor sat on the advisory board for HEE and is currently involved in forming educational guidelines for the level 7 syllabus in toxin and filler to be set out by the newly-formed Joint Council Education Group for Cosmetic Practitioners.
Most significantly, training at Facethetics is carried out on live models and to your advantage many of our courses are CPD certified which will contribute towards your revalidation. We give our time generously both during and after the courses to ensure you are equipped and confident to treat your own clients.
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