JCCP announces new approved education and training provider

Published 26th Mar 2024 by PB Admin

The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has announced that formal approval has been awarded to the Skin Appeal Training Academy (SATA) Liverpool as a new Approved Education and Training Provider for the delivery of the OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Clinical Aesthetic Injectable Therapies, which has now been added to the JCCP’s Register of Approved Qualifications.

SATA is now entitled to display the JCCP charter marks in accordance with the JCCP protocol for the use of the same.

The standards and competencies set down by the JCCP and the CPSA may be accessed via the JCCP website and are presented as the JCCP Competence Framework (2018).

These standards are designed for use by Higher Education Institutions (Universities) and by Ofqual and SQA recognised Awarding Bodies to assist in the development of qualifications and education/training programmes in order to demonstrate alignment with the Council’s published standards.

“In recent years we have seen a significant growth in the number and types of non-surgical cosmetic procedures. The JCCP and the CPSA have worked closely with the Government and regulatory authorities in England to achieve legally enforceable governance arrangements for the cosmetic sector,” said Professor David Sines CBE, executive chair and registrar of JCCP: “The Government’s recently published consultation document on the licensing scheme in England is the result of our long-term work and collaboration to co-design a new sustainable system of regulation to protect members of the public. The JCCP warmly welcomes important step towards proper regulation. Nothing is more important than public protection and patient safety.”

“The Skin Appeal Training Academy (SATA) Liverpool has demonstrated its commitment to providing a high standard of education and clinical excellence. The JCCP is therefore delighted to have been requested to approve the Academy’s OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Clinical Injectable Therapies”.

Neil Pybis, director at SATA Training Academy, said: “We are proud, after much hard work, to gain JCCP approval for our OTHM Level 7 Diploma and in particular to have become the first Nurse-led level 7 post-graduate clinical aesthetic education provider in England on the JCCP register.

“We are passionate about standards in aesthetics education and practice and look forward to welcoming present and future aesthetic practitioners onto our programme".

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Published 26th Mar 2024

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