This October, ICE is extremely excited to announce a new postgraduate certificate in non-surgical facial aesthetics. Dr. Tracey Bell – course lead – explains the importance of this level 7 certificate and its significance to the future and why anyone wanting to do any form of injectables will need this qualification.
Accredited PGCert in Non-Surgical Facial Aesthetics at Level 7 (NSFA) - in partnership with the University of Salford - offering hands-on training in a clinical setting. This is a new course starting this October, which will offer you experienced mentoring support and will help secure your future in aesthetics. This course will be lead by dental and clinical practitioner Dr. Tracey Bell, who runs Tracey Bell Dental and Aesthetic Medical Clinic, along with lectures from internationally renowned speakers. At level 7, this course has been designed and created with the requirements of both HEE and JCCP.
Semester 1 - Botulinum Toxin and Semester 2 - Dermal Fillers:
- Basic principles of dermatology
- Facial anatomy & physiology of ageing as applied to NSFA
- Risk factors related to lips, cheeks & nasolabial regions
- Complication avoidance techniques
- Law, ethics & consent principles applicable to Botulinum Toxin & Dermal Fillers
Why You Need a Level 7 Certificate in Non-Surgical Facial Aesthetics
An interview with Dr.Tracey Bell
What are the benefits of completing a level 7 accredited course in NSFA?
Simple – safety.
Not just for you and your practice but for everyone. From a risk management point of view, I want to be able to show anyone who questions me, I have done a continual framework of education in aesthetics. Today, there is too much risk and we need more stringent regulations. Now there are so many complications. I love the fact that the University of Salford has got on board because it’s like going back to school, but this time it’s a proper school.
|PGCert in Non-Surgical Facial Aesthetics |
14 days -
Secure your future in aesthetics,
The Team at ICE