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Over the past 15 years we have trained over 5000 delegates in a range of non-surgical aesthetic treatments including the ever-popular Botox and dermal filler techniques. We are pleased to be able to offer our training courses to a wide range of medical professionals including Surgeons & Doctors, Dentists, Nurses and Midwives. We also train Beauty Therapists NVQ Level 3 in some of the most popular skin rejuvenation techniques including chemical skin peels, dermaroller and microdermabrasion.

All of our aesthetic courses are open to overseas delegates so if you’re not from the UK and are looking to train at a highly respected training institution then click below to find out more about your training options.

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Meet our new team members! | November 22, 2017

When it comes to Cosmetic Courses an important part of our service is ensuring you are at the forefront of our care. As we continue to grow we feel it’s vital to keep it that way. So with this in mind you may have noticed a few new faces in our clinics to look after […]

Winter Benefits of Chemical Peels | November 9, 2017

The festive season has well and truly begun. With Christmas party invites hitting our inboxes and the hunt for the perfect party outfit commencing. It’s no wonder we don’t have a lot of time to think about our skin preparation as well! Here at Cosmetic Courses we want to take one less hassle off you […]

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Our Clinical Director, Mr Adrian Richards has been named one of the 'Top 100 Most Influential Cosmetic Doctors' by RealSelf website.

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Winners of Best Training Programme at the prestigious My Face My Body Awards, recognising excellence in the Aesthetic Industry.

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