More private doctors aim to train in aesthetics

2020 could see the largest growth in the number of medical professionals taking steps to broaden their career horizons and train for new roles in the aesthetics industry.

That is the view of one of the UK’s leading medical aesthetics training companies, Interface Aesthetics Training.

It reports a healthy increase in the number of delegates signing up for its courses as more doctors – and nurses, dentists and pharmacists too – look to build on their medical training and move into the aesthetics industry.

There’s a growing interest in the foundation and advanced courses as well as a new flagship course – the Level 7 Certificate in Injectables.

Training lead Dr James Olding said: ‘Medical professionals who may have been in the current role for a number of years are attracted to the potential to build on their qualifications and take advantage of the opportunity to broaden their careers by moving into the lucrative aesthetics industry.’