Cosmetic Surgery, and Medicine, has had no formal, structured post-graduate training in the UK and has not enjoyed the most stringent regulation in the past. With the aesthetic industry under greater scrutiny since the PIP scandal in 2010, Professor Sir Bruce Keogh’s landmark report was published in 2013. In it he laid out a raft of recommendations aimed at making the industry safer and more transparent.
Commissioned by the Department of Health, new standards for training and qualification are being developed for practitioners by Health Education England (HEE). With this in mind, Harley Street e-Learning has been established to provide a sound basis of knowledge prior to practical training for practitioners. As our modules are based closely on HEE guidelines we intend the training to be complementary.
Whilst there are other organisations offering practical training, our mission is to provide concise and well-referenced information modules for the common procedures as lack of basic knowledge often causes difficulties on practical courses that focus on hands-on training.
We aim to provide a comprehensive yet readable background to common procedures, such as botulinum neurotoxin wrinkle reduction and dermal fillers to help new practitioners before attending practical training courses.
I’ve just passed my first module and am looking forward to starting my next. Great learning tool, really simple to use and effective.
Having used many e-learning tools before, I was really impressed with the usability and quality of content on Harley Street E-Learning. Would highly recommend
Brilliant learning tool. I completed this before starting my practical course in fillers and definitely had a head start over my peers