Status: Open for Applications
Next Intake Date: 1 March 2024
Format: Online and Classroom
The gateway to staying young, this programme 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 optimisation. Incorporating the advanced training and acquired skillset into your practice could be a game changer for innovative patient care. The programme is tailored to accommodate busy schedules of practitioners working full time in a practice. The range of 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.
In partnership with leading world expert Dr Riekie Smit and endorsed by the Aesthetic and Anti-aging Medicine Society of South Africa (AAMSA), this programme gives participants comprehensive knowledge and skills to optimally manage common lifestyle complaints as well as pathological and non-pathological indications for aesthetic interventions
Participants are required to complete this programme within two years.
SAQA ID number: 90571
NQF Level: 7
Total credits: 120
HPCSA accredited for 28 Clinical and 2 Ethical CEUs on Level 2
Successful participants will be awarded with an Advanced Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine.
|Application close: 15 December 2023
|Application close: 15 March 2024
|Application close: 15 June 2024
|Start date: 1 March 2024
|Start date: 15 May 2024
|Start date: 15 August 2024
The programme includes the following assessment opportunities:
Four modules will each be presented over a six month period and totalling two years. The first year will focus on reviewing applied basic medical sciences 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 include the following information.
Module 1: Applied basic medical sciences
Module 2: Integrating aging pathology and medico-legal aspects
Module 3: Aesthetic Medicine and related procedures part 1
Module 4: Aesthetic medicine and related procedures part 2
On achieving this qualification, a learner will be able to:
Medical Doctors registered with the HPCSA
Prospective students must be in possession with a MBChB or equivalent qualification and be registered with the HPCSA.
Attached herewith please find the application form and CAT/RPL form, to download click here:
Applicants are required to submit the following documentation and pay a R350.00 non-refundable application fee in order for the application to be processed:
The following supporting documentation must be included if you are applying for CAT:
The following supporting documentation must be included if you are applying for RPL:
*Certified documents should be certified by a Commissioner of Oaths. A stamp by your academic institution is not sufficient.
Kindly take note that spaces are limited, therefore please ensure to apply early by sending the above to email@example.com
A student’s academic progression commences once all conditions of enrolment and the admissions criteria for the selected qualification have been met. Where a student applies for RPL/CAT, and with the approval of the Selection Committee and the Registrar, he/she can gain entry to the qualification.