A College wishing to apply for accreditation under BBAIM will need to demonstrate that it:

  • Is a genuine education institution offering high quality academic or professional programmes
  • Provides a suitable academic environment for students to enable them to be successful in their studies and to gain maximum benefit from their studies in the United Kingdom.
  • Employs suitably qualified staff to teach and counsel students at the appropriate level.
  • Provides a stable, safe and enjoyable atmosphere for study.
  • Provides adequate support to students regarding welfare and study resources.
  • Operates within the Immigration United Kingdom regulations regarding international students.
  • Employs ethical marketing strategies in the recruitment of all students
  • Has a suitable quality control procedure in place regarding the appointment and monitoring of education agents and representatives.

Stages Involved in the Process

  • All applicants must fully complete the application form and submit all required documentation.
  • On its receipt, the application form will be checked by one of our assessors. The assessor will then contact the College by telephone regarding any points of clarification required or to request further information.
  • An appointment will be made by telephone for BBAIM inspectors to visit the College. Two weeks’ notice will normally be given.
  • Details of the proposed visit will be confirmed in writing to the designated person at the College.

Fees Schedule

Application& Inspection Fee: GBP 850 (to be included with the application).

Annual Accreditation Fee: N/A

Completed and signed application should be sent to:

Attention:

Administration
1 38 Hereford Road
London
United Kingdom
2W 5AJ

Accreditation for Students at BBAIM

Our course accreditation has been sought and approved adhering to the qualification requirements as defined by Health Education England (NHS December 2014)

“The aims of any training and education programmes delivered to meet the HEE qualification requirements should be to prepare practitioners to provide high standards of proficient patient/client-centered care and deliver cosmetic interventions safely and appropriately, adhering to the principles of ‘do no harm’ and promoting public health at all times, with skills and proficiency underpinned by person-centeredness and appropriate theoretical knowledge.”

With this in mind British Board of Anti-ageing&Integrated Medicine has designed and implemented bespoke aesthetic training courses to suit the needs of students and professionals in the industry

“Training should be competence-based not time-based, and should include supervised practice as well as theoretical and practice-based assessment. Outcome assessments should be proficiency and competence based. It is important that practice-based learning is integral to the programme so that the student is provided with the opportunity to observe and practice delivery of the relevant treatments.”

Industry Guidelines

We ensure our course is fully in line with industry guidelines (GMC,HEE)