Fellowship in Aesthetic Medicine

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Fellowship in Aesthetic Medicine

Mastering Injectables & Skin Rejuvenation

The Fellowship Diploma in Medical Aesthetics is provided by the Harley Street Institute for eligible medical professionals (Doctors, Dentists & Nurse & Pharmacist Prescribers).   Throughout the Fellowship, participants will acquire expertise in injecting botox in all facial areas and using a needle & cannula for dermal fillers in different skin and subcutaneous layers to address volume loss in specific regions.

Comprehensive Mentorship For Success In Aesthetics

The mentorship offered during the Fellowship Diploma in Medical Aesthetics provides participants with comprehensive guidance on various aspects of running a successful medical aesthetics practice. This includes developing a business plan, creating a marketing strategy, understanding pricing dynamics, and learning digital marketing concepts, from social media to search engine optimization. By the end of the program, participants will have acquired a thorough understanding of the business side of the industry, empowering them to establish a successful practice with confidence.

Beyond Injectables: Clinical Skincare In The Fellowship

In addition to injectables, the Fellowship Diploma in Medical Aesthetics also emphasizes the importance of clinical skincare. Participants will learn how to recommend the right cosmeceuticals for different skin types, perform skin peels, micro-needling, and PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) treatments. The program also includes in-depth discussions on how to implement hyperpigmentation, sensitive skin, and anti-aging treatments, ensuring participants acquire a comprehensive understanding of clinical skincare.

Latest Trends and Techniques

The Harley Street Institute is uniquely positioned to offer access to the latest products and technologies in the medical aesthetics industry. As a result, our students will form valuable connections with these companies and individuals, which will be a valuable asset throughout their careers.

Quality Training

Programme exceeds guidelines by HEE (Health Education England) ensuring complete practical and procedural training.  Our theoretical and practical courses are CPD and insurance approved.

Superior Exposure

The Fellowship offers participants the chance to receive mentorship from highly skilled cosmetic practitioners who specialise in cutting-edge and complex aesthetic treatments.

Confidence & Competence

Master a varied number of procedures to an advanced level. Learn theory, consultation methods and manage client expectations as well as complications.

Inside Secrets

We provide you with practical and useful practice building tips and tricks from the people who have authority in the field and have deep insight.

Fellowship Programme Roadmap

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Programme Summary

Our Fellows In Action

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Aesthetic Medicine Fellowship

The core principles that will be covered are described below.

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty Training


  • Cosmeceuticals
  • Skin Peels
  • Microneedling
  • PRP


  • Facial Slimming
  • Skin Rejuvenation
  • Lower Facelifting
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    • Advanced Injection Skills
    • Facial Beautification Techniques
    • Balancing Profile
    • Ethnic Treatment Issues
    • Management Of Complicaitons


  • Advanced Lip Contouring
  • Mid-Face Cheek Volumisation
  • Chin and Jawline
  • Tear Trough and Periorbital Rejuvenation
  • Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
  • Combination Multi-Facial Treatments


  • Upper Face: Frown, Forehead, Crows’ Feet
dermal filler training session


  • Chin Puckering, Nasal Bunny Lines, Droopy Lip Corners
  • Microtoxing Techniques
  • Hyperhidrosis
  • Jaw Reduction & Face Slimming
  • Nefertiti Facelift


  • Basic Skills (Mid-Deep Dermis Injection)
  • Lip & Peri-Oral Rejuvenation
  • Facial Lines, Wrinkles & Folds
  • Superficial Layer Hydration

Useful Advice Incorporated in Programme

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Legal Aspects of Practice

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Psychological Assessments

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Managing Complaints

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Appraisal Guidance and Advice

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Setting Up a Practice

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Marketing and Advertising Guidelines

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Log Book of Cases

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Reading Assignments

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Weekly Written Assignments

Frequently Ask Questions (FAQs)

What Is The Duration Of The Fellowship In Aesthetic Medicine (FAM)?

The duration of the Fellowship In Aesthetic Medicine is 6-8 weeks. Normally, attendance is 1 day a week on a 1-2-1 practical training basis, plus group workshops every other weekend alongside your peers studying the Fellowship within the same enrolment period.

What Experience In Medical Aesthetics Is Required To Qualify For A Place On The Fellowship In Aesthetic Medicine Certificate? (FAM)?

The Fellowship in Aesthetic Medicine is suitable for delegates who have completed Foundation Training in Aesthetics, that are highly motivated to expedite their skills and experience within the industry. It is also suitable for those who have been working within the industry but would like to tackle more advanced techniques and improve their confidence.

Who Is Eligible To Apply For The Certificate In Aesthetic Medicine?

Our training courses are available to Doctors, Dentists and Nurses.

What Will I Learn On The Fellowship In Aesthetic Medicine Certificate?

This is a unique training programme, aimed to escalate practitioner skills to an advanced level, with intense mentorship by experts who are passionate in delivering the best evidence-based teaching methods to date. The Fellowship has been designed with a holistic approach in mind, providing a strong foundation in the principles of Medical Aesthetics from skin, hyperkinetic lines, volume loss and early sagging skin to advanced facial contouring and knowledge of cos-medical treatments such as hyperhidrosis, bruxism and migraines. Additionally, we have constructed modular weekend workshops, where the Fellows come together, and have found this method of integrated learning to be both enjoyable and informative.

In order to make the most of your training, you are strongly encouraged to self-direct your learning using the resources from our online portal as well as further reading. Regular assessments and feedback sessions ensure that the mentorship and support that we provide is tailored specifically on an individual basis.

Unlike many other training programs, you will be integrated as part of the team during your stay, observing a range of treatments on our busy day clinics and required to assist and learn on the job as you would in a real clinic. We believe that this level of exposure, further to your training, is fundamental in obtaining a realistic insight into the business aspects of Aesthetic Medicine.

Can You Find Me Employment After Completing The Training?

We will guide you in the right direction. It is important to do some basic research beforehand so you have a sense of direction of where you would like to work, as aesthetics can be practiced in a wide range of settings ranging from spas, GP/medical to dental clinics. We are very proud to say that all of our certificate and fellowship candidates have successfully found work placements (or established clinics) post training.

What Kind Of Certificate Will I Receive On Completion Of Training?

The Fellowship In Aesthetic Medicine (FAM) is composed of training certificates endorsed by Hamilton Fraser Cosmetic Insurance in the above mentioned modules.

Will There Be Pre-Course Learning Modules And Assignments & Research / Thesis?

Yes, you will be given access to the online learning modules and assignments for your own self-directed learning.

Is There Ongoing Mentorship After The Fellowship?

Yes, HSI will always help and advise you when necessary. You will be part of a network of our current staff, previous fellows and main distributors. You will be introduced during the fellowship and after to key industry personnel to help you grow your career in the direction you wish. We hope you take advantage and leverage our industry contact & connections.

Is The Fellowship In Aesthetic Medicine Only Available In London?

Presently yes.

I’m In Full-Time Employment Can I Fit The Training Around My Work?

Definitely. We understand training to further your career must fit around your work and home commitments. The Fellowship requires one day a week and a weekend day for workshop every other weekend. The exact dates will be confirmed 1 month prior to commencement. Usually, the pattern has been either a Thursday or Friday with alternate weekend workshops.

Does The Training Include Lasers?

The Fellowship certificate does not include lasers. It is possible to add laser modules, at an additional cost.

Are You Level 7 Accredited?

No, as we have our own standards for training in medical aesthetics that emphasis more on practical mentorship. We have had fellows joining us following completion in level 7 courses seeking further hands-on training.

Do You Have Finance Assistance Available?

Not at present

Can I Pay In Installments?

Yes; 25% deposit will secure your place. The remainder must be paid at least 1 month before your Fellowship commences ***(if there is any outstanding balance 1 month prior to your start date, your place will be cancelled and any payments made will not be refunded).

Are There Any Future Business Opportunities?

Partnership opportunities are something we would discuss on an individual basis and we are keen to train fellows who can help with mutual growth. Our business development manager will be happy to speak with you.

What Is The Cost Of The Fellowship In Aesthetic Medicine?

£14,400 + VAT.

For enquiries from abroad (Outside UK & Republic Of Ireland)

Is A Student Visa/Working Visa Necessary?

Not always. Please check your requirements.

Can You Arrange Accommodation?

We will guide you to short term lettings agents and local hotels within easy reach.

I Am Not A Member Of The GMC Can I Inject At Your Clinic?

Yes, you can inject during training only.

What Documents Do You Require?

A copy of your passport, CV, medical qualifications and proof of registration with the medical professional body of your country & 2 references.

Fellowship in Aesthetic Medicine

Testimonials from our Training Delegates

More Reasons to Train at The Harley Street Institute

First in UK

Our fellowship programme in Aesthetic Medicine is one of its kind in the whole of the UK.

Training Standards

We are committed to the highest training standards in cosmetology and aesthetics.

THEE Standards

We take seriously and adhere to the requirements of Health Education England (HEE) of 2015 and 2016 in regard to the non-surgical cosmetic procedure training.

Quality Services & Safety

We set standards that go beyond those advocated by the regulatory bodies in the cosmetic industry. This leads to unmatched quality services & safety for clients who seek practitioners that have trained with us.

Dedicated Professionals

We only work with dedicated professionals who love teaching. This is important in an industry where regulations are not as strict as in say mainstream medical service provision.

Progress Assessments

As a trainee, you will enjoy interactive sessions with your trainers who will keep a complete record of your progress assessments and submissions.

If your desire is to become a highly trained and skilled cosmetic medicine practitioner that meets global aesthetic medicine practice standards, then your dream can become a reality by training with us.

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“Unlock Your Aesthetic Potential with Harley Street Institute’s Fellowship! 🌟 Elevate your skills in aesthetic medicine through our intensive hands-on training in Botox and Dermal Fillers. Get ready to sculpt beauty, one injection at a time! 💉✨ Join us for a transformative learning journey that takes you beyond the classroom and into real-world expertise. Are you ready to master the art of enhancing natural beauty? 💫 #HarleyStreetFellowship #AestheticMedicineMastery #SculptingBeauty”
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"Unlocking the Secrets of Masseter Botox: Empowering smiles, one injection at a time! 💉💪 Join me on an exciting journey as we delve into the world of Masseter Botox. Learn the art and science behind this transformative procedure, and discover how it can redefine facial aesthetics. Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your skills and expand your practice. Let's reshape faces and build confidence together! 

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💭Have You Ever thought :

👉🏼What lies beneath the orbicularis oculi ? 
👉🏼Why do I need to have the correct depth ?
👉🏼How to avoid an asymmetric smile, periorbital edema or a shelf like look at the lid/cheek junction ?

⚠️We all know that when treating crows feet, we are administering botox into the orbicularis oculi, and that there are complications but which and how? 
‼️Too inferior or deep🟰 an asymmetric smile 
(you’ve hit the zygomaticus minor muscle and major if you’re really too inferior!) 

‼️Too medially 🟰 periorbital edema 
(and you’re the periorbital region )

Located just underneath the skin, the orbicularis oculi has multiple origin and insertion points. A paired muscle, that overlies the periorbital region in a circular manner.

⚠️The wrong location, the wrong depth can result you injecting botox into a completely different muscle.
Welcome to the under eye region, an area of the face that can often show signs of aging such as wrinkles, hollows, and dark circles. Today, I want to share with you how fillers can be used to address these concerns by injecting them into different layers of the skin.

Using a needle, we can inject fillers into the dermis layer of the skin to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This can help to smooth out the texture of the skin and create a more youthful and refreshed look. However, it’s important to note that injecting fillers into this layer requires specialized training and experience to ensure safe and effective results.

In addition to the dermis layer, fillers can also be injected into the bone to help address deeper hollows and shadows under the eyes. This technique requires a higher level of expertise as it involves precise placement of the filler to achieve the desired outcome.

Lastly, fillers can be injected into the fat compartment of the under eye region using a cannula. This method can help to add volume and smooth out any irregularities in the fat pads under the eyes. Again, specialized training and experience are crucial for safe and effective results.

Overall, the use of fillers in the under eye region can provide a non-surgical solution to address signs of aging and enhance the appearance of the face. However, it’s important to seek out a qualified and experienced provider who has received proper training in the use of fillers in this delicate area.

If you’re interested in learning more about how fillers can benefit you, please don’t hesitate to reach out and schedule a consultation. Let’s work together to help you achieve your aesthetic goals!
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The mentalis muscle is a facial muscle located in the chin area. It originates from the mandible and extends downward to the skin of the chin. The primary function of the mentalis muscle is to control the movement and position of the lower lip and the skin of the chin. It plays an important role in activities such as speaking, smiling, and pouting.

In addition to its role in facial expression, the mentalis muscle also helps to maintain the position of the lower front teeth and the shape of the lower lip. Dysfunction or hyperactivity of the mentalis muscle can lead to the development of chin wrinkles, which are vertical lines that appear on the skin of the chin. Understanding the anatomy and function of the mentalis muscle is important for healthcare providers when performing aesthetic procedures in the chin area.

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Huge Congratulations to Mariana, on completing her foundation course in Aesthetics Medicine with us here at Harley Street Institute. 🥇✨

This combined course covers the necessities required for daily clinic practise, whether starting out or refreshing skills. Our small group training (4:1) provide unparalleled mentorship at any of our training days.

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Aesthetic medicine is an art. It's not enough to know facial anatomy or to be a good injector. The best aesthetic doctor has an artistic eye. Sometimes this is a skill that can be developed over years. Being able to assess a fa ce within seconds of walking into a room. Knowing exactly how injectables can be used for subtle and natural results.
The end result should not be obvious to an untrained eye.
It's such a shame to see overfilled faces exaggerating proportions. When really, the main aims are to restore volume lost or correct natural imbalances.

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Huge Congratulations to @erikatydermatology for completing her Fellowship in Aesthetic Medicine with us at the Harley Street Institute 💫💫💫

Our Aesthetic Fellowship is the pinnacle of training for those seriously interested in escalating their careers.
Our fellows are taken on board within clinic over 3 months with weekend workshops, 1-1 mentoring, treatment log book and clinical assistance.
Following on from this they have the opportunity to have Independent Fellow Clinics to improve their confidence with patient consultation and individual treatment planning.
We believe that this is the future of aesthetic traning to ensure that practitioners have captured all the essential skills for successful careers.
We have been extremely proud of our old fellows, many who have moved on to now work with some of the most prestigious clinics in London.
Next enrolment periods: TBC
To find out more information or to apply, please email your CV to info@harleystreetinstitute.com
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There are no #wrinkles we can’t fix!
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As the years some procedures get unnecessarily more complicated without much added benefits. Risks / complications have increased: more inexperienced practitioners , inadequate techniques, increasing consumer demand for bolder augmentation. 

There are many ways to enter aesthetic medicine from short one day courses to teach basics to longer fellowship programs for advance skills at @harleystreetinstitute
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It is rewarding to see how much our trainees grow during the fellowship training.  #Injectionskills 

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