Is it IMPORTANT TO REGULATE AESTHETICS?
YES IT IS!
As a lecturer, assessor, lead IQA and the CEO of a multi-award winning training organisation I believe it is vital moving forward that the industry is protected.
As it currently stands the aesthetics and beauty industry is not regulated at all. You can literally do a one day course (actually you don't even need to do that you can watch a Youtube video) and set up a salon doing dermal fillers, BTx or beauty treatments and its legal, although if it goes wrong you aren't covered and nor is the client!
But it doesn't stop there over the past two/three years we have seen a drastic increase in practitioners training in a modality for example fillers and then doing an online trainers course and within weeks offering the exact same courses they have only just trained in, this needs to stop as its putting student practitioners and the public at huge risk!
Then you have all the online training courses suddenly appearing since Lockdown where not only is the theory done online but so is the practical element and this is quite simply dangerous whether its aesthetics or beauty
As a well known Lecturer, assessor and lead iqa and CEO of a multi-award winning company I have many years experience in both fields and will ensure that the voices of all salons/clinics and practitioners are heard and their views built in to the framework of regulations moving forward.
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