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Our Postgraduate Diploma in Cosmetic Medicine has been designed to promote and enhance working professional’s knowledge underpinning practice in cosmetic medicine.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Cosmetic Medicine course has been specifically designed to promote and enhance working professional’s knowledge underpinning practice in cosmetic medicine. It is designed to complement separate practice based recognised prior learning (RPL) awards that are being developed for cosmetic medicine practitioners.
The aims and aspired outcomes of the course upon completion are to:
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Registered healthcare professional (e.g. doctor, dentist).
Completion of a recognised training course in aesthetic use of Botulinum toxins and fillers. Recognition of prior learning may be taken into consideration.
Evidence of having undertaken at least 10 cosmetic procedures (e.g. Botulinum toxins and fillers) in the last 12 months.
Current indemnification for cosmetic procedures.
Students will typically have completed a recognised training course in aesthetic use of Botulinum toxins and Fillers but relevant/suitable experience may be taken into consideration.
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