Wednesday 12 April, 2017
Cosmetic Couture has been given the green light to offer an accredited Level 7 qualification to non-medical Aesthetic Practitioners, meaning they can now train beauty therapists in aesthetic procedures including Nytox© Vampire treatments, B-Tox and dermal fillers.
“The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has developed its own self-regulatory system, the Joint Council,” explains Cosmetic Couture's Nicola Leonard. “The government backing for this is based on the pre-condition that the development of the JCCP should be inclusive of all practitioners (including both healthcare professionals and non-healthcare regulated aesthetic practitioners.”
Cosmetic Couture aims to provide a unique and personalised learning experience that combines core industry knowledge with theory and 1:1 practical training. This is facilitated through their state-of-the art training academy, based in Salford Quays, and their bespoke E- learning facility.
The company has developed a learning pathway for potential and existing students that enables them to work towards completion of their accredited Level 7 Award in Advanced Injectables, developed in line with the Health Education of England guidelines.
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