Interests: Aesthetic / Medicine
The gateway to staying young , this course has been developed with experts in the field of aesthetic medicine. It has been designed to provide you with the best training in anti-aging and healthy lifestyle optimization . Incorporating the advanced training and aquired skillset into your practice could be a game changer for innovative patient care.
The course is tailored to accommodate busy schedules of practitioners working full time in a practice.. The range of course modules has been designed to develop and expand the students’ knowledge and to promote advanced skills in this rapidly evolving and sophisticated ¬field of medicine.
Medical Doctors registered with the HPCSA
In partnership with leading world expert Dr Riekie Smit and the Aesthetic and Anti-aging Medicine Society of South Africa (AAMSA) this course gives participants comprehensive knowledge and skills to optimally manage common lifestyle complaints as well as pathological and non-pathological indications for aesthetic interventions.
FPD incorporates the following learning methodologies:
Four modules will each be presented over a six month period and totalling two years. The first year will focus on reviving basic medical sciences applied and integrated into aesthetic medicine. The second year integrates the acquired knowledge and encompasses advanced knowledge and skills pertaining to aesthetic medicine. The four modules over a period of two years will enclose the following information.
Participants will be assessed by a battery of assessment tools, including multiple choice questionnaires and work-related assignments as well as a final written examination.
NQF 7; 120 Credits; SAQA number: 90571; CHE Accredited, Department of Education registered, Accredited for 60 Clinical CEU’s (Y1-30) (Y2 – 30) on level 1.
Registered with the Department of Education as a Private Institution of Higher Education under the higher education act, 1997. Reg No. 2002/HE07/013
To qualify for the Advanced Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine, participants should fully attend the workshops as well as successfully complete the assessment process.