Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners
The JCCP – Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners – has launched its first website.
A website is key to the JCCP’s mission of providing information on non-surgical treatments for the public as well as centralised registers for both practitioners and training providers.
The website is live at:
Currently it is a simple website, and a message on the home page explains that it’s ‘In Development’. The website comprises a summary home page together with news releases and information on JCCP Mission Statement and Core Values.
The home page of the website outlines the purpose of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners, which is:
- Provide information to the public seeking non-surgical treatments (this encompasses BOTOX®, dermal fillers, chemical peels/skin rejuvenation, laser treatments and hair restoration)
- Maintain a register of accredited practitioners who meet the industry recognised standards for the delivery of non-surgical treatments.
- Keep a list of approved education and training providers and qualifications.
Interim JCCP CEO, Professor David Sines, issued an update on the JCCP in April 2017, which clarified that a bigger website is envisaged; saying:
“JCCP website Currently in development linked to the procurement of a contractor to deliver the technology platform for the JCCP. A basic site is up and running at: www.jccp.org.uk”
This will be the remit of the Register Working Group, whose role is to look at all aspects of developing the JCCP register, including the technology platform as well as entry requirements.
2 other working groups are also key in the ongoing development of the JCCP:
- Education, Training and Accreditation Working Group
- Beauty and Aesthetic Practice Working Group
More information on the JCCP:
- JCCP Update on Plans
- The formation of the CSA and JCCP
- What is the JCCP?
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