aUK Cosmetic Training operates from our dedicated training centre in Grantham, Lincolnshire. Within walking distance of the East Coast mainline train station with direct links to London Kings Cross in 65 minutes, and just 1 mile from the A1, aUK is easily accessible from across the UK.
By the end of 2017, all medics and non-medics delivering aesthetic treatments will need to have completed or been studying towards Level 7. The Level 5 bridging qualification has been developed to allow Level 4 trained Beauty Therapists to progress onto Level 7. This has changed in a bid to standardise the issue of whether or not non-medics should carry out injectable treatments. The qualification will focus on the general knowledge competence and skills that were identified as vital to safe & effective injectable treatments in the HEE Qualification standards published January, 2016
The course is £9995, which includes Level 5 & 7. We are able to offer payments in installments, however please contact us to discuss in more detail.
The course consists of 7 modules over 18 days throughout a one year programme. The modules include Theory underpinning knowledge, botulinum toxin basic and advanced, foundation lip augmentation, dermal fillers, cheek augmentation, hyperhidrosis and dental infusion. Class sizes are small meaning you can maximise the benefit of our expert training team.
All models are sourced by aUK meaning you don’t have to worry about finding people yourself. However if you would want to bring someone, you are welcome to do so.
Yes you can. aUK work alongside both medics and non-medics including beauty therapists, to deliver exceptionally high standards of aesthetic training. Beauty therapists require a Level 3 in Beauty with electrolysis qualification and can them commence the Level 5 & 7 training.
The awarding body is Industry Qualifications (IQ). An external verifier from IQ assesses our students prior to the Level 7 certificate being awarded.
Yes, you cannot administer botulinum toxin to clients without them having a prescription from your prescriber.
You will need to arrange with your prescriber to come to your clinic and all clients wanting treatments will require a full health check. Prescriptions can then be written and submitted by the prescriber.
For students who train with aUK, you will have the opportunity to join AAIC (Association of Aesthetics Injectables Cosmetics) which will give you the support and access to a prescriber in your area.
Insurance is covered by LMU (London Medical Underwriters) one of the longest standing UK providers of insurance for both medics and non medics. Following completion of your course at aUK we can arrange insurance that adheres to all legislation.
No. Once you’ve completed each individual practical module and received your certificate from us you can start treatments.
Get in touch with our training team and we can talk you through the next steps. We will need copies of your certificates, contact information, and confirmation of payment, following which you will be able to choose the training dates most suitable for you and will be sent your course handbook. Our team will guide you through the process leaving you safe in the knowledge you’ve chosen the best training provider.
Operating from our dedicated training school and cosmetic medispa in the East Midlands, the aUK Cosmetic Training team has over 30 years experience in the industry. Led by Chris Wade, Chairman of the AAIC (Association of Aesthetics, Injectables and Cosmetics), you will receive the very best in training standards and experience.
Offering tailored courses for Cosmetic Practitioners of all levels who want the best in non invasive cosmetic practitioner training, aUK has the depth of experience and knowledge required to ensure you get the most from your development.
As a renowned centre of excellence, aUK work alongside both medics and non medics to deliver exceptionally high standards of aesthetic training, resulting in both new and experienced practitioners achieving the latest HEE (Health Education England) guidelines.
aUK Cosmetic Training is independently inspected and endorsed by the AAIC (The Association of Aesthetics, Injectables & Cosmetics), ensuring exceptional standards are adhered to.
Uniquely, aUK work alongside both medics and non medics to deliver exceptionally high standards of aesthetic training, resulting in both new and experienced practitioners achieving training in line with the latest HEE (Health Education England) guidelines. Whether you are medically trained or an experienced Beauty Therapist, the course structure supports a level playing field for all suitable medics and non medics to train to become an Aesthetics Practitioner.
This route of progression has been developed in partnership between both medical and non-medical professionals that complies with both HABIA and HEE (Health Education England) guidelines.
We welcome students from a variety of backgrounds onto our courses including General Practitioners, Nurses, Beauticians, Dentists, Ophthalmologists, Doctors, Surgeons, and Dermatologists, Paramedics.