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PASSIONATE ABOUT TRAINING
At Harley Street Skin Aesthetic Training we are passionate about your training. We offer a supportive learning environment to enhance your experience. We understand that everyone is different, and while each training day is structured we encourage interaction with our trainers and other delegates to ensure everyone gets the most out of the day. We find this ability to ask questions and interact enhances the experience and delegates leave feeling confident.
Why train with us?
SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
We offer a supportive and interactive learning environment. We provide comprehensive course materials to support you during and after the training.
Our trainers have all built up successful careers in aesthetics before becoming trainers to give you the best training experience.
Delegates receive a certificate of attendance. Our courses are recognised by Hamilton Fraser cosmetic insurance and registered for CPD.
Our courses are taught in small groups and our delegates are given time to practice on their model. This ensures our delegates feel confident performing these procedures independently.
Each course is different and the price can be found on each booking page.
Our office is based in Harley Street, London. However, most of our training takes place in venues close to our office. For example De Vere West One in Portland Place. Each course will advertise the venue.
We advise that you bring your own model to the training day so that you can follow up the progress of the treatment as we see this as an essential part of the learning experience. If you have trouble finding a model we may be able to assist you, please contact us.
Duration of Courses
Each course is different and the duration can be found on the booking pages. Our foundation and advanced injectables courses are two days, this ensure adequate time for both theory and hands on training. We feel that any shorter and delegates are not as confident to practice independently. We also cover other aspects of aesthetics, such as marketing and advertising regulations, which some other courses don't have time to discuss.