Level 7 Certificate in Aesthetics
Unit 1 Facial Aesthetics Consultation
This unit is designed to develop the learner’s skills and knowledge required to assess a client’s suitability for botulinum toxin and dermal fillers, working in collaboration with an independent prescriber. The learner will need to understand how to manage client expectations, their treatment options and limitations and when to refer clients to other professionals.
Unit 2 Psychology of Facial Aesthetics
The aim of this unit is to develop the learner’s understanding of the psychology of appearance and its impact on facial aesthetic procedures and vice versa including; the key drivers for facial aesthetic procedures, the recognition of vulnerable clients that may seek facial aesthetic procedures and the different systems that support these clients.
Unit 3 Botulinum Toxin Injections to the Face and Neck
The aim of this unit is to enable learners to develop the skills and knowledge required to administer Botulinum Toxin safely to different areas of the face and neck. Learners will be able to tailor their procedures and post-care plan so that they are consistent with individual client needs.
Unit 4 Temporary and Reversible Dermal Fillers to the Face and Neck
The aim of this unit is to enable learners to develop the skills and knowledge required to administer temporary and reversible fillers safely to the face and neck. Learners will be able to tailor their procedures and post care plan, consistent with individual client needs. Learners will understand the biochemistry, pharmacology and actions of dermal fillers.
Unit 5 Management of Complications and Medical Emergencies
The aim of this unit is to develop the learner’s knowledge required to manage the risks, complications and medical emergencies, when carrying out botulinum toxin administration and dermal fillers and the systems and protocols for preventing and reporting adverse incidents. We have also looked at adding complications of skin peels and skin needling.