The launch of the JCCP Registers for Aesthetic Practitioners and for Education and Training Providers is due to take place at the House of Lords on February 22nd. The Registers will then officially open on March 1st.
Another year over .... and what a year it was for me and my team at Sally Durant Aesthetic Education & Training! With so many advantageous developments over the course of 2017, this forthcoming new year looks set to be our most exciting and prosperous to date. CIBTAC/BABTAC Award for Outstanding Contribution To … Continue reading Happy New Year!
THE HEE REPORT: THE IMPLICATIONS OF NEW GOVERNMENT QUALIFICATION STANDARDS FOR BEAUTY THERPISTS AND NON-MEDICAL AESTHETIC PRACTITONERS Introduction On January 8th 2016 the Department of Health published the Health Education England Report outlining a new framework of qualifications from Levels 4 – 7 relevant to all beauty therapists working, or looking to work, in the … Continue reading The implications of new qualification standards for beauty therapists & non-medical aesthetic practitioners.
Press Release 7th June 2017 The JCCP is a newly proposed ‘self-regulating’ body for the non-surgical aesthetics industry in England formed after the publication by the Government of its policy on regulation in the sector in January 2016. The primary aim of the JCCP is to provide a mechanism that can enable the public to … Continue reading JCCP announces technology partners for its Practitioner & Education & Training Registers for patient data collection.
The JCCP is the newly proposed ‘selfregulating’ body for the non-surgical aesthetics industry in England formed after the publication by the Government of its policy on regulation in the sector in January 2016. The primary aim of the JCCP is to provide a mechanism that can enable the public to clearly identify safe practitioners across all non-surgical aesthetic treatments (see separate presentation on JCCP – February 2017).
A Guide To Accredited Qualifications Over my 30-something years in education and training I have seen the comings and goings of numerous government policies and initiatives, the constant evolution of education methodologies and curriculum design formats, regular adaptations to occupational standards and ever changing requirements for measuring achievement. Terminology also changes with the wind. Indeed … Continue reading Making Sense Of The Training Minefield