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JCCP make available their expectations for training providers.

The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) officially launched with a conference at the House of Lords on the 22nd February, 2018, which IQ was pleased to be invited to.

With the JCCP Practitioner register and register of Approved Training Providers being made live earlier this month (1st March 2018), they have released some useful information regarding the registers on their website which can be accessed here

The JCCP state that they have established their "register of Approved Education and Training Providers" as they "believe it is important for practitioners to know when deciding on which education/training programme to enrol the status of that provider, the qualifications on offer and how they meet and reflect the JCCP/CPSA standards". 

In light of this, they have also made available some useful information, including the expectations to become an approved education and training provider. The JCCP state that "for education and training providers who are not universities, will be required to be approved by:

- A regulated awarding organisation and offer a regulated qualification to the standards required of the JCCP for the modality concerned

- A certification body approved by UKAS to ISO17024, offering certification to the standards required of the JCCP for the modality concerned". 

They have given guidance over that their position is regarding Level 7 Qualifications, they have stated: "There are only a few providers who can offer the approved and recognised L7 qualification that correlate with the standards set down within the HEE framework. Such providers will be required by the JCCP to have been approved to do so by a UK University or by a recognised Ofqual approved Awarding Organisation (or equivalent devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) or are recognised by organisations that are approved by the United Kingdom Accreditations Service to ISO17024 to offer assessment and certification of competent persons' schemes". 

Industry Qualifications are very pleased to be offering a regulated Level 7 certificate in Injectables for this sector and to be at the forefront of standardising training for Injectables. If you wish to find out more about the qualification, then please visit our qualifications page here

Mar 09, 2018 02:20 PM
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