Fast track your way to success and future-proof your aesthetics business

Fast track your way to success and future-proof your aesthetics business

There are no shortcuts when it comes to aesthetics training, but for those who already have existing, proven experience in the field, there is a way to gain a Level 7 qualification without having to start from scratch.

The Interface Aesthetics Level 7 Diploma in Injectables is rapidly becoming the gold standard qualification in the area of non-surgical aesthetics and gives delegates the opportunity to demonstrate their level of competence within the field.

Interface Aesthetics is one of only a handful of approved training providers in the UK offering this level 7 post-graduate diploma qualification that is academically accredited and nationally regulated by Ofqual.

How to fast track Level 7

Our Level 7 Fast Track Recognition of Prior Education Learning (RPEL) course is a process for those with existing industry experience to be eligible to fast track and complete just the assessment.

Usually, there are four stages to obtaining the Level 7 qualification. Some involve self-study using written and online course material, while others involve attendance at in-person training days.

  • Stage 1 is the Foundation Course in Botox® and Dermal Filler
  • Stage 2 is the Flexible Theoretical Learning with Online Modules
  • Stage 3 is One-to-One Mentorship Days
  • Stage 4 is assessment

Candidates can complete the course at their own pace, with most completing it in six to 12 months.

How to qualify for the Fast Track Pathway

To qualify for the Fast Track pathway, suitable evidence of learning and cases undertaken within the last three years must be presented.

Candidates can omit the study day but completion of summative course work, the External Theoretical Examination (MCQs), which has a focus on anatomy, physiology and safe practice in non-surgical aesthetics (which is set and marked externally by the awarding organisation), as well as the final filmed assessment, will still be undertaken.

Earlier this year, the UK Government reiterated its commitment to licensing the non-surgical aesthetics sector.

One of its key commitments will be the development of official guidance on the training and qualification expectations for all practitioners.

With the new licensing scheme coming into play in the future, it is highly anticipated that Level 7 will be the standard of education required to provide injectable procedures. In obtaining a Level 7 qualification now, you are safeguarding your aesthetics business for the future.