On Friday 31st March at 3:40pm you have another chance to see our Medical Director Mr Adrian Richards speak at the Aesthetics Conference & Exhibition (ACE) 2017!
Mr Richards will be speaking in the Business Track Session in the main Exhibition Hall on the topic of:
“Update on Industry Training Recommendations”
“Consultant Plastic Surgeon Mr Adrian Richards will lead this engaging session that will discuss the latest recommendations from the JCCP on regulation and training within the Non-Surgical Aesthetic Industry including the Level 7 Certificate in Injectables for Aesthetic Medicine. The JCCP was established in early 2016, following the release of Health Education England’s guidance for qualification requirements for the delivery of cosmetic procedures. Mr Richards will explore what the developments mean for both experienced aesthetic practitioners and those who are new to the industry.”
How to register your place at the Aesthetics Conference 2017
This is a great chance to rub shoulders with the industry’s finest practitioners. Navigate your way through an array of stalls, live demonstrations and talks. Online registration is now available on the Aesthetics Conference website.
Secure your place at the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition 2017. Gain FREE access to the KOL-led masterclasses, live demonstration expert clinics and business track workshops as well as the exhibition floor.
The Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH
Travelling by public transport
The Business Design Centre is within walking distance of Angel tube station which services the Northern Line and is also only a short distance from King’s Cross and Euston mainline rail stations which also offer multiple tube services.
Further information on the JCCP and industry updates
If you are unable to attend ACE 2017 but you would like further information on the JCCP and the latest industry updates subscribe to our newsletter to ensure you don’t miss out. Our recent guide to the Level 7 Qualification in Injectables also provides in depth details on the industry movement towards a more standardised framework of learning and how it can benefit both new and existing aesthetic practitioners.