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The team at Skin College tells us what makes their Level 2 to Level 7 Aesthetics Pathway so special

"Our qualifications are not for the fainthearted. Really?, we hear you say. Yes, really! We really, really, mean not for the fainthearted. “You have no doubt heard of one of our brands, Sally Durant. We acquired the brand in 2019 and can hand on heart testify the content is exceptional. Graduates will no doubt tell you it was hard, took a very long time to complete, but it was so worth it. You may also have heard of our parent company Skin Group International (SGI). Yep you guessed it, SGI do not compromise either.

“We are for skin geeks, those having a thirst for knowledge, those passionate about skin. The journey will be long, challenging, frustrating at times (as we are hard taskmasters), but ultimately rewarding and life changing. You may not have heard (yet) of our brand Skin College. Based on our Sally Durant content, we have developed a progression route of Ofqual-regulated qualifications from Level 2 to Level 7, in Non-Surgical Skin Procedures for Aesthetic Practitioners with Ofqual awarding body Gatehouse Awards.

“We do not skip any levels, ensuring every individual qualification is robust, reliable and fit for purpose, meeting regulatory criteria and industry standards. We are passionate about our industry and are the perfect choice for those who share our passion to become the best of the best.

“If you’re ready to start your journey with us, book a call to speak with one of our team for a personalised career development consultation.”

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