Cosmetic Courses Trainers at the Forefront of the Industry

In the ever-evolving landscape of the aesthetics industry, staying at the forefront of the industry is crucial. As the UK’s leading training provider and winner of the “Best Independent Training Provider of the Year” at the 2023 Aesthetics Awards, we have to stay one step ahead. Our team of expert trainers are always attending the latest events and conferences to broaden their knowledge of innovative developments, technologies and techniques. All of which help in shaping the future of aesthetics. So what are our trainers doing to stay at the forefront of the industry?

DermaFocus Regenerative Aesthetic Medicine Conference

Our team of trainers attended the first Regenerative Aesthetic Medicine Conference in the United Kingdom, held by DermaFocus. Otherwise known as the Home of Polynucleotides, DermaFocus holds the UK’s first polynucleotide and HA combination products. Industry leaders visited the conference to find out about the brands on the market, watch and deliver speeches and experience new products in this field first-hand.

Polynucleotide Training Course

In partnership with Dermafocus, we are now offering our delegates training in the revolutionary Mastelli’s Polynucleotides. Having the ability to offer your patients Polynucleotides will set you aside from other aesthetic practitioners who don’t offer this treatment. Cosmetic Courses Trainers, Dr Olha Vorodyukhina, Dr Antonis Petrou-Amerikanos and Tracey Dennison will teach you how to perform this revolutionary treatment in the safest way to provide the best results for your patients.

View our upcoming dates for our Polynucleotide Training Course by clicking here.

Dr Olha talking about Yotsuba

Our Clinical Lead, Dr Olha Vorodyukhina delivered a lecture about a unique range of Japanese supplements called Yotsuba. Yotsuba is a Japanese brand that can help us optimise treatment results for patients by targeting the ageing process on a cellular level. Based in Osaka, they manufacture technologies influenced by Japanese core traditions and are leading the food and skin supplement production. Dr Olha gave a speech on the brand and its products following her own trials in the clinic.

Dr Olha featured in the Aesthetics Journal

Dr Olha has a two-page spread in November’s issue of the Aesthetics Journal (Pages 60-61) about creating referral pathways for your patients. It delves into the importance of establishing a referral pathway in aesthetics and how it can contribute to the success of your clinic.

The Aesthetics Journal offers practitioners access to top educational content, as well as business tips and clinical advice from industry experts and suppliers.

Black Friday 2023

Learn from industry-leading expert trainers who will help you achieve your aesthetic career goals. Our Black Friday Sale has started for previous delegates who have trained with us. Check your emails for the password to take advantage of early access to all our latest offers. Our Black Friday Sale will be available to everyone on 20/11/2023.

Click here to view our Black Friday Offers.

Skin Rejuvenation Poll

We recently held a poll on our Instagram asking our followers what skin rejuvenation treatments they preferred out of the following options:
Skin Boosters / PRP
Intravenous Nutrition Therapy

Poll Results


Pick your favorite skin rejuvenation treatment Poll

It’s no surprise that Skin Boosters and Platelet Rich Plasma were the most popular treatments in the Skin Rejuvenation Poll with Polynucleotides not far behind.


Due to the high interest from our poll, we will be introducing a training course in Mastelli’s Polynucleotides. Polynucleotides are natural, highly purified DNA molecules that are injected into the skin to repair tissue and boost skin quality.

Coming to Cosmetic Courses on 14/12/23. Click here to book your space.

Skin Boosters

We offer medical professionals the latest approach to injectable skincare with our Skin Booster Training Course. This training course will cover three different types of skin boosters including Profhilo, Definisse Hydrobooster, and Redensity.

Profhilo is a well-known, revolutionary injectable treatment used for skin rejuvenation and hydration.

Definisse Hydrobooster combines the established clinical benefits of hyaluronic acid and glycerol to improve skin hydration, skin tone, and elasticity.

Redensity 1 is an injectable treatment designed to improve skin quality, hydration, and overall appearance.

We provide you with live model patients for the practical element of the training course to maximise your learning experience. You will learn proper aseptic techniques, potential contraindications, and how to minimise risks and post-treatment care. Having live model patients will give you experience in dealing with patients whilst treating them and knowing the correct product selection.

View upcoming Skin Booster Training Course dates by clicking here.

Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is one of our most popular training courses. Our Platelet Rich Plasma Training Course will teach you about this innovative approach in using our body’s growth factors in order for the skin to repair and rejuvenate itself for skin rejuvenation and hair loss.
This treatment is an excellent add-on to your aesthetic clinic as there is very little downtime, long-lasting results, and PRP can be used to complement other aesthetic procedures such as dermal fillers.
View upcoming Skin Booster Training Course dates by clicking here.

Platelet Rich Plasma for Hair Rejuvenation Training Online Course

Our Online Course on PRP for Hair Rejuvenation contains key information and demonstrational videos covering the background of PRP in aesthetic medicine, growth factors in the human body and a demonstration video of PRP for Hair Rejuvenation by our expert trainer Sinead. This is a great course for overseas delegates looking to learn about this innovative approach to skin and hair rejuvenation.

View our Platelet Rich Plasma for Hair Rejuvenation Training Online Course by clicking here.

Find out more about Cosmetic Courses

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Government Consultation and Dr Fiona Durban's comments on Guardian article

Government consultation – Licensing of non-surgical cosmetic procedures

The Government released an open consultation on the licensing scheme of non-surgical cosmetic procedures in England on the 2nd of September 2023. We welcomed the government consultation as we believe in creating a safer future within aesthetics by providing delegates with high-quality training from our vastly experienced and skilled trainers.

The Government consultation is due to close on the 28th of October 2023 so if you haven’t submitted your views on what procedures should be in the scope of the licensing scheme for non-surgical cosmetic procedures in England then now is the time to do so. You can click here to view and respond online.

Dr Fiona Durban’s comments on the Guardian article

Our Clinical Lead & Aesthetic Doctor, Dr Fiona Durban comments on a recent article in the Guardian “More and more people are having ‘tweakments’. But what do we really know about the long-term effects?” and how this affects aesthetic practitioners offering aesthetic treatments to their patients. You can view the video on YouTube by clicking here.

Safety is a key area for us as practitioners. The patients should always come first. It is our duty as aesthetic practitioners to make sure we are highly competent in the treatments we are offering. This means that our training should be up to date and should cover every treatment we offer.

Due to limited regulation within the industry, there is no standard when it comes to training. It can be hard to find the right training provider for you as there are so many. As a leading training provider and winner of the “Best Training Provider of the Year” at the Aesthetic Awards in 2023, here are the essential points your training provider should provide:

Accredited Trainers with a Medical Background

Live Models

Clinical Environment

Support After Training

We cover these points in more detail and why they are important for your development within aesthetics in a previously written article. You can click here to read this article.

We will be at CCR 2023

We are delighted to announce we will be back at CCR 2023 this year at stand N60. Our team will be available across the two days to discuss all of our aesthetic training courses, qualifications, and your options within aesthetics. We will also be offering some exclusive discounts for attendees!

What is CCR?

Home to world-class educational programmes, unmissable networking opportunities, and the industry’s most respected brands, CCR is your go-to event for all things injectables, devices, skin, medical longevity, business education, and beyond. As the only UK event to bring the whole aesthetics community together, CCR will help drive the success of your practice and the betterment of the aesthetic specialty.

When is CCR on?

Thursday 19 October 2023
09:00 – 17:00
Friday 20 October 2023
09:00 – 16:30

Where is CCR?

Entrances N1-N2 – ExCeL London
Royal Victoria Dock
1 Western Gateway
Royal Docks
E16 1XL

Register for CCR

We hope to see many of our delegates at CCR across the two days. You can register for CCR 2023 for free by clicking here.

How to get into medical aesthetics

What is medical aesthetics?

Medical Aesthetics is a branch of medicine that focuses on altering the cosmetic appearance to help the patient achieve their aesthetic goals. This is done through non-invasive and minimally invasive medical procedures. Medical Aesthetics is otherwise known as aesthetic medicine, cosmetic medicine, or aesthetics. Aesthetics combines medical expertise with an artistic approach to address various cosmetic concerns.

Requirements to become an aesthetic practitioner

Currently there is no regulation in the aesthetics industry, but this is set to change. The Government released an open consultation on the licensing scheme of non-surgical cosmetic procedures in England on the 2nd of September 2023. To carry out aesthetic treatments you will need a practitioner licence and a premises licence. The licensing scheme will ensure that those who offer non-surgical cosmetic procedures:

  • Are suitably knowledgeable, trained, and qualified.
  • Hold appropriate indemnity cover.
  • Operate from premises that meet the necessary standards of hygiene, infection control, and cleanliness.

You can read the full summary of the latest update from the Government around non-surgical cosmetic procedures licensing scheme proposal released by clicking here.

Find out the latest information about government updates and regulation coming into the aesthetics industry by clicking here.

Here at Cosmetic Courses, we only train medically qualified professionals (surgeons, dentists, doctors, nurses). Our ethos is experience, quality and success which runs through the heart of our teaching. Our passion is to make the aesthetics industry a safer place by providing our delegates with the highest quality training.

Routes into medical aesthetics

If you are a medical professional looking to get started in medical aesthetics, you have the following two options.

Level 7 Diploma

The Level 7 Diploma is a JCCP approved and VTCT certified clinical aesthetics diploma in injectable treatments for medical professionals considering a career in aesthetic medicine. This aesthetic qualification is perfect for beginners or experienced aesthetic practitioners looking to gain formal recognition for their knowledge and skills in aesthetics.

Gain a recognised qualification in clinical aesthetic injectable treatments that will future proof your aesthetic career when regulation comes into the aesthetics industry with the Level 7 diploma. Book a call with our Level 7 Coordinator by clicking here.

Foundation Botox and Dermal Filler Training

Our Foundation Botox and Dermal Filler Training is the first training course for medical professionals looking to get started in medical aesthetics. The one-day Botox and Dermal Filler Foundation Training Course will teach you everything you need to start treating your first patients. The practical hands-on training will cover areas such as:

  • Upper face 3 area Botox
  • Nose to mouth lines
  • Marionette lines
  • Corners of the mouth

Find out more and get started with our Foundation Botox and Dermal Filler Training Course by clicking here.

Careers in medical aesthetics

A career in medical aesthetics can offer several benefits for those who are passionate around the field. Due to the vast number of treatments available you can choose what direction you want to focus on. This could be focusing on expert level treatments such as Threads and Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty or on Skin rejuvenation treatments such as chemical peels and micro needling. This diversity allows aesthetic practitioners to specialise in any area within aesthetics that they are passionate about.

The aesthetics industry is also a rapidly growing industry with new treatments and products being introduced. The demand for aesthetic procedures has been steadily increasing. As people become more interested in appearance-related treatments, the industry is expected to continue growing, providing job stability for qualified professionals. entrepreneurial ventures and greater control over their careers

Aesthetic medicine is an incredibly rewarding career, and you can change patients’ lives with the skills you develop. A career in aesthetic medicine allows you build strong patient relationships due to more patient time and creativity in your treatments.

We are delighted to partner with Clinic People, a leading aesthetic recruitment agency. This partnership allows our delegates access to a wide variety of careers within the aesthetic industry to help them in finding their perfect role. View the Clinic People website by clicking here.

Award winning training in medical aesthetics from Cosmetic Courses

Start your aesthetics training with the best training provider in aesthetic medicine. We have been providing the highest quality aesthetic medicine courses across the UK since 2002. At the 2023 Aesthetics Awards we won the award of “Best Independent Training Provider”. We are setting the standard of aesthetic training amongst training providers to shape a safer future within medical aesthetics. View our latest aesthetic medicine training courses and train with the best training provider by clicking here.

Save with our back to school sale

Unlock your potential and kickstart your journey in Medical Aesthetics with our Back to School Sale! Enjoy special discounts and an exclusive offer on our Level 7 Aesthetic Qualification and our Foundation Botox and Dermal Filler Training Course.


20% off Level 7 Diploma + Free Masterclass of your choice*

20% off Foundation Botox and Dermal Filler Training – Use code: BTS20

Contact the team to book the Level 7 Diploma. *Free Masterclass includes one of the following training courses: Lip Masterclass, Dermal Filler Facial Contouring, Advanced Botox & Dermal Filler, and Skin Booster.

The Back to School Sale ends on Wednesday 20th September 2023.

Click here for more information and to view the full terms and conditions.

Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures Licensing Scheme Proposal Released

On the 2nd of September 2023, the Government released an open consultation on the licensing scheme of non-surgical cosmetic procedures in England. This a great step in bringing regulation into the aesthetics industry.

The details of the government’s plan for bringing regulation into the aesthetics industry were published on the Department of Health & Social Care (DHSC) website.

One of the main concerns for the Government is ensuring public safety and public protection. Currently, there are no regulations and restrictions on who can perform non-surgical cosmetic procedures. This creates a risk to the safety of the patient. The government recognises this and will be implementing the following licensing scheme in order to minimise the potential dangers to the public.

The licensing scheme will ensure that those who offer non-surgical cosmetic procedures:

  • Are suitably knowledgeable, trained and qualified.
  • Hold appropriate indemnity cover.
  • Operate from premises which meet the necessary standards of hygiene, infection control and cleanliness.

“The purpose of the scheme is to ensure that consumers who choose to undergo a non-surgical cosmetic procedure can be confident that the treatment they receive is safe and of a high standard.”

“Any licensing scheme for non-surgical cosmetic procedures must strike a balance between protecting the public and building confidence in the safety of the aesthetic industry while respecting consumer choice and encouraging innovation.”

The Government’s intention with the licensing scheme is to:

  • Identify the procedures that present a risk to the public.
  • Consist of 2 interlinked components: a practitioner licence and a premises licence.
  • Be administered and enforced by local authorities, who will work with a range of partners such as environmental health officers, trading standards officers and the Health and Safety Executive.
  • Make it an offence for an individual to carry out non-surgical cosmetic procedures without a licence.
  • Introduce a minimum age of 18 for those people seeking to receive the procedures licensed under the scheme.
  • Require those people who offer procedures to:
  • Be suitably trained and qualified.
  • Hold appropriate indemnity cover.
  • Operate from premises which meet the scheme’s standards of hygiene, infection control and cleanliness.

In this consultation, the Government is focusing on:

  • The procedures in scope.
  • Restrictions on which practitioners should be permitted to perform procedures.
  • Age restrictions for those undergoing such procedures.

Restriction of cosmetic procedures

There are non-surgical cosmetic procedures that are extremely complex and invasive who should only be carried out by medical professionals with the required training. Putting patient safety first, the government are looking at a way to protect individuals who choose to undergo high-risk non-surgical cosmetic procedures by restricting the types of treatment including:

  • Procedures aimed at augmenting the genitals, typically using autologous fat or dermal fillers.
  • Any injectable procedures – such as dermal fillers – undertaken to intimate areas of the body, such as the rectum, genitalia or breasts.
  • The combination of ultrasound and large bore cannula for the purposes of liposuction.

These procedures would not be included within the local authority licensing scheme.

Care Quality Commission (CQC)

Any providers of a regulated activity must meet CQC’s fundamental standards of safety and quality, or risk enforcement action. This ensures the safety of the patient. Aesthetic practitioners who are suitable to undertake a restricted high-risk procedure would have to register with CQC.

Risk Categories

There are always risks associated with aesthetic treatments. Certain non-surgical procedures are more complex than other and come with a higher level of risk to the patient. The government has proposed that they will be categorising non-surgical procedures depending on the risks (including level of complexity and degree of invasiveness) and potential complications associated. The categories are as follows:

Green: Procedures with the lowest risk of complications. All practitioners are eligible to perform licensed procedures where they meet agreed standards.

Amber: Procedures with medium risk of complications. Non-healthcare professionals must be licensed and have relevant oversight by a named regulated healthcare professional (who has gained an accredited qualification to prescribe, administer, and supervise aesthetic procedures).

Red: Procedures with the highest risk of complications. In line with the proposal on CQC regulation of cosmetic procedures outlined above, bringing specified high-risk procedures into CQC regulation, so that they fall outside of the scope of the licensing scheme. We are also proposing to restrict these procedures to qualified and regulated healthcare professionals only.”

Mr Adrian Richards comments on the Licensing Scheme Proposal Released

Our Clinical Director & Consultant Plastic Surgeon Mr Adrian Richards comments on the licensing of non-surgical cosmetic procedures in England:

“I welcome the recently launched government consultation process on cosmetic procedures, in particular, the patients who have the treatments get a full say and their views aired.

Our priority as always should be the patients, and this is why I feel is very important that their views are heard and actioned. I also welcome proposals to restrict who can perform some high-risk procedures and age limits for those undergoing cosmetic procedures.

The aesthetics industry is young, and regulation is well overdue in my opinion to ensure the safety of the patients undergoing cosmetic treatments.

The new licensing scheme will provide reassurance to patients that wherever they go for their non-surgical cosmetic procedures, they will receive high standards of care from registered, licensed aesthetic practitioners.

The proposed Government Licensing System will help patients choose appropriately trained and qualified aesthetic practitioners, ensure they have necessary insurance coverage and are operating from a premise that is safe and hygienic.

The proposed new scheme which will be operated by local authorities will ensure that the practitioner needs to be licensed to perform specific procedures as will the premise from which they operate. This is a great advancement for the aesthetics industry in the UK and the government should be applauded for this initiative.

I would like to say many thanks to the JCCP, and in particular Professor David Sines, CBE, and his team for working so hard and diligently on the proposed licensing scheme which will be a benefit in my opinion for all practitioners and patients in England giving the industry regulation which it deserves in order to ensure patient safety.”

Accredited registers for non-surgical cosmetic procedures

“The Professional Standards Authority’s (PSA) Accredited Registers Programme provides assurance to the public when choosing health and care services, by independently assessing organisations which register practitioners who are not regulated by law.”

Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) operates a voluntary register open to all practitioners working in the fields of cosmetic treatments. Practitioners must demonstrate evidence of competence and proficiency to join the JCCP register in accordance with its prescribed standards. JCCP also operates a non-PSA accredited register for Approved Education and Training Providers and Qualifications.”

At Cosmetic Courses, we provide you with a route to join the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) register through our JCCP Fast Track Assessment. Suitable for experienced injectors, you will need to demonstrate your knowledge and experience within aesthetic medicine. The JCCP Fast Track Assessment can be completed in a day (3 hours theory & 3 hours practical) or spread according to your schedule. You can find out more information and book the JCCP Fast Track by clicking here.

Next Steps

The Government will be working with expert groups on the elements that will underpin the licensing scheme, including education and training standards, insurance, infection control and hygiene qualifications, and a fees model. Once the regulations have been finalised, there will be a transitionary period before the licensing scheme is in full operation across England.

What does this mean for you?

Regulation is coming into the industry. How can you ensure that you are in the best position? We have two options for medical professionals to ensure that they can operate once the licensing scheme is up and running.

Level 7 Diploma

The Level 7 Diploma is a JCCP approved and VTCT certified clinical aesthetics diploma in injectable treatments for medical professionals considering a career in aesthetic medicine as well as those already practicing but looking to obtain formal recognition for their knowledge and skills.

This Aesthetics Qualification is suitable for both new and experienced aesthetic practitioners. We have two options available for the Level 7, the full qualification and the Fast Track: Recognition of Prior Learning. Find out more about the Level 7 Qualification by clicking here.

If you are looking for the latest information on the government updates and regulation coming to the aesthetics industry, you can find the latest updates in the Government Guidelines Knowledge Hub.

Why cosmetic courses for your aesthetic training

Train with the best training provider in medical aesthetics

We have been awarded the “Best Independent Training Provider of the Year” at the 2023 Aesthetics Awards. Our aesthetic training was considered to have advanced the education of medical aesthetic professionals most effectively through engaging methods of delivery, high-quality training, and a continuous development strategy. We are setting the standard of aesthetic training amongst training providers to shape a safer future within aesthetics.

Expert trainers

Learn from highly accredited medical professionals who all have a wealth of knowledge behind them. Our expert aesthetic trainers are handpicked by our Clinical Director Consultant Plastic Surgeon Mr Adrian Richards. Our team of trainers includes Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Aesthetic Doctors, Dentists, and Nurses who have all excelled in their respective fields. They have all either owned or worked in established aesthetic clinics, which has given them a comprehensive understanding of the skills required to become a successful aesthetic practitioner.

Learn in a clinical environment

With the licencing scheme coming into the UK it is important you are treating in a clinical environment that meets the requirements. That is why all our training takes place in our state-of-the-art training clinics and not hotel rooms. To minimise complications for patients, a clinical environment that complies with CQC standards should be a minimum requirement.

Complete your training on live model patients

All our practical aesthetic training courses have elements where you will be performing the treatments you have been learning on live model patients handpicked by us. This is not on a plastic model head. We use real people for all our treatments to maximise your learning experience. Not only will you learn about how to perform the treatment, but you will also learn how to interact with the patient which is a crucial skill to learn. We provide enough models on our courses so you can perform the area you have trained in on your own model unlike other training providers which can provide one model for up to 8 delegates.

Broad range of aesthetic training for all levels of ability

We have a broad range of medical aesthetic training courses tailored by our expert aesthetic trainers to keep you up to date with the latest treatments and techniques available. Whether you are just getting started in aesthetics or have been in the industry for over a decade, we have a training course to help you achieve your aesthetic career goals.

We also have a range of course packages available which include our most popular training courses grouped together at a discounted rate. You can view our different course packages by clicking here.

Multiple locations across the UK and Ireland

We are based in multiple locations in the United Kingdom and Ireland as we understand that convenience is key for our delegates. Cosmetic Courses has ten dedicated training centre locations in Belfast, Buckinghamshire, Birmingham, Dublin, Glasgow, Leeds, London, Manchester, Nottingham, and Newcastle. Our state-of-the-art aesthetic clinics across the UK and Ireland offer our award-winning aesthetic training for medical professionals. You can find out more about our locations by clicking here.

Opportunities after your aesthetic training

Once you have successfully completed your aesthetic training with Cosmetic Courses, there are many opportunities available for you. We have partnered with the leading recruitment agency for the aesthetics industry, Clinic People. They have a wide variety of career opportunities, and the partnership will allow you to find your dream job that aligns with your career goals.

Cosmetic Courses for your aesthetic training

You can view all of our aesthetic training courses by clicking here.

JCCP Update August

The JCCP has recently released updates on their website regarding the new licensing system and the government. The first update we will highlight is the need for a new licensing system.

Survey underlines need for new licensing system

According to an analysis conducted by researchers at University College London (UCL), almost one in four cosmetic practitioners administering injections such as Botox are NOT qualified clinicians.

Another study, published in the Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery, evaluated 3,000 websites to identify 1,224 independent clinics and 3,667 practitioners who were delivering cosmetic injections and discovered that 32% were doctors, 13% were nurses, 24% were dentists and 8% were dental nurses, leaving 23% (almost one in four) with no formal medical qualifications.

The UK injectables market has seen rapid growth over the past years and it is predicted to reach a value of £11.7 billion by 2026.

Dr David Zargaran, an author of the study, said: “One of the key challenges facing the government’s licensing scheme is to ensure that practitioners granted a license possess the skills and experience required to safely administer their treatment to minimise risks to patients.”

Ensuring patient safety is key. The new licensing system will benefit patients massively and minimise the risk of complications. Once the new licensing system is underway, we should start to see the number of aesthetic practitioners with no formal medical qualifications decrease.

You can read the full statement on the survey which underlines the need for a new licensing system by clicking here.

The next update released from the JCCP is from the UK Government committing to public consultation.

Government commits to public consultation

The government confirmed that it intends to publish a public consultation on a licensing scheme for non-surgical cosmetic procedures later this summer.

Maria Caulfield, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Women, said the government will also work with interested organisations to determine the education and training requirements that practitioners will have to meet, alongside hygiene, cleanliness, and insurance requirements, to demonstrate they can practice safely.

The new licensing regime will create a safer industry and bring a consistent standard that everyone must meet to perform non-surgical aesthetic treatments. It will also safeguard patients that have cosmetic treatments and reduce the chances of complications.

This is a major step in bringing regulation into the aesthetics industry.

You can read the full statement on the government commits to public consultation by clicking here.

If you are looking for the latest information on the government updates and regulation coming to the aesthetics industry, you can find the latest updates in the Government Guidelines Knowledge Hub.

Delegate Open Day Nottingham

Join us for our Delegate Open Day and enhance your skills and knowledge in the captivating world of aesthetics.

We will be hosting our Delegate Open Day in our Nottingham Clinic on Friday 29th September. The all-day event will consist of educational talks, demonstrations, and networking opportunities as we gather leading experts, renowned practitioners, and industry pioneers. Whether you are just getting started in aesthetics or are an expert practitioner, our open day offers a comprehensive platform to expand your knowledge and connect with like-minded practitioners.

We will be covering the following subjects on the day as well as demonstrations & discussions by our industry partners.

Full Face demonstration: Work smarter and improve your patient outcomes and retention.

Business Planning & Growing Your Practice: Build a 6 figure practice as a single practitioner to 7 figures when you build your team. Gain valuable tips and strategies to elevate your business and expand your client base effectively.

Anatomy and managing complications: Enhance your skills and knowledge and stay ahead of the competition.

Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded industry professionals and partners to create valuable connections in the aesthetic industry.

Don’t miss out on our Delegate Open Day Nottingham, an exclusive opportunity to enrich your knowledge, enhance your skills, and unlock your aesthetic potential. There are limited places available for this event, so secure your spot now. You can view the event by clicking here.


HArmonyCa Training Course - HArmonyCa

We are proud to offer HArmonyCa Training, Allergan’s first dual-effect product. HArmonyCa combines two active ingredients, Hyaluronic Acid (HA) and Calcium Hydroxyapatite (CaHA) in one injection to support the mid and lower face.

HArmonyCa is rapidly becoming one of the most popular cosmetic injectable treatments. This dual-effect hybrid injectable provides an immediate lift from Hyaluronic Acid. The Calcium Hydroxyapatite provides a sustained lifting effect from the gradual collagen stimulation and therefore has longer-lasting results.

This course is a natural progression for delegates who are confident in treating the mid and lower face but want to add bio stimulation into their practice with the benefits of hydration and collagen stimulation.
Live models are provided by Cosmetic Courses for the hands-on practical element of the training course to demonstrate the use of HArmonyCa and the patient journey. All our HArmonyCa Training Courses are held in a clinical environment to provide you with the best learning experience whilst minimising risks associated with the treatment.

HarmonyCa training course introductory offer

For a limited time, we are offering 20% off HArmonyCa Training Courses when you use code HACA20 at the checkout. Offer ends 31/07/23.

View our HAmonyCa Training Course and our upcoming HAmonyCa Training dates by clicking here.