Formal Voting For European Non-Surgical CEN Standard
For several years now work has been developing on a draft Non-Surgical Standard for the European aesthetics sector with input from UK clinical experts and patient representatives.
The Non-Surgical Standard draft has now reached final voting stage within CEN, the European Committee for Standardisation.
If passed, the Non-Surgical Standard “FprEN 16844 – Aesthetic Medicine Services – Non-Surgical Medical Procedures” is expected to be published by Q3 2016.
Who are the CEN?
Founded in 1961, CEN stands for: Comité Européen de Normalisation. This is the European Committee for Standardization. This is a public standards organization whose stated purpose is:
…a platform for the development of European Standards and other technical documents in relation to various kinds of products, materials, services and processes.
CEN supports standardization activities in relation to a wide range of fields and sectors including: air and space, chemicals, construction, consumer products, defence and security, energy, the environment, food and feed, health and safety, healthcare, ICT, machinery, materials, pressure equipment, services, smart living, transport and packaging.
Cosmetic Treatment Regulation in England
The issue of non-regulation or poor regulation of cosmetic surgery and treatments is one which is continually in the news in the UK, as despite reports and recommendations, there is as yet no system in place as yet for registration of cosmetic treatment providers in England or minimum qualifications for carrying out treatments.
As members of the EU (for now anyway) the UK would be subject to any EU level requirements.
SkinViva Training will continue to update this website with industry regulation news.
SkinViva Training Academy Manchester
SkinViva Training Ltd support a well-regulated industry. The company offers a range of professional training courses for cosmetic and medical skin treatments and believes that undertaking formal cosmetic treatments training is a good first step for practitioners.
Courses are directed at qualified medical professionals including suitably qualified and registered medical professionals who wish to learn and build on their skills in delivering these procedures. Beauticians are not currently accepted. A list of who can train, based on insurance policies, is held up to date on the FAQ page.
SkinViva Training provides high quality, value-for-money courses at all levels from entry to advanced; preparing candidates to deliver safe, effective non-surgical cosmetic treatments. Popular courses include training in Botox, dermal fillers, injectable lip enhancement and anaesthetics.
For further information, to discuss which course is right for you, to enquire about availability or to book a training course please call 0161 850 2491, email email@example.com.