Safety in Beauty Diamond Award Winner MATA Training Academy, launches a new postgraduate level qualifications in aesthetic injectable therapies, and has teamed up with Safety In Beauty to collaborate on a campaign named #InjectAbility to promote safe practice across the British aesthetic industry.
The campaign will be promoting awareness to aesthetic professionals about the importance of accessing reputable training and education providers, with an emphasis on ensuring that medical professionals that practice within aesthetics, commit to continued professional development.
The campaign is a timely and welcome initiative by Safety in Beauty whom have by invitation of MATA, been overseeing the exciting development of MATA’s newly launched Postgraduate Level Qualification in Aesthetic Injectable Therapies. With a record number of complaints audited, Antonia Mariconda, Founder of Safety in Beauty says: “the largest amount of complications seem to consistently surface due to a lack of an injectors experience, training and knowledge in dealing with such risks, this campaign hopes to shed light on a number of concerning practices over the next three months, and hope that it makes the both the public and professional realise the importance of a practitioners #InjectAbility.
The campaign #InjectAbility also encourages the consumer to ask questions about a practitioners qualifications, training and experience. Safety in Beauty states that ‘the consumer should not be afraid to ask about a practitioners training and credentials, and ask to see evidence, too often the public are targeted by non healthcare professionals that have completed sub standard training courses in as little as 2 days, which does not in our opinion as a campaign, warrant the injector capable, or even safe”
Whilst no law current exists in the UK, regarding who can, or should carry out medical aesthetic treatments, the pressure to improve safety within the aesthetic industry is at an all time high.