LCP: Training Modules & Courses
A Training Subcommittee of Aesthetic Medical Practice, appointed by the Main Credentialing and Privileging Committee of Aesthetic Medical Practice, looks into matters pertaining to the training and course modules. General practitioners who wish to embark on aesthetic medical practice as a new area of practice are required to undergo training as prescribed in 3.1. For medical practitioners who are already practising aesthetic medical practice, the Main Credentialing and Privileging Committee of Aesthetic Medical Practice and the Joint Secretariat of MSAM/SAAARMM will decide if further training is needed, in part or in total.
3.1 Aesthetic Medical Practice Course
This course comprises of:
(I) Introductory Module to Aesthetic Medical Practice
(II) Aesthetic Medical Practice Modules (Modules I-VI)
3.1.1 Introductory Module to Aesthetic Medical Practice
The Introductory Module is a comprehensive introduction to the understanding of the basic sciences, ethics, safety and medico-legal issues related to Aesthetic Medical Practice. It provides fundamental knowledge and is a prerequisite for the subsequent Aesthetic Medical Practice Modules.
Upon completion of the Introductory Module, a candidate will be assessed and a Certificate of Completion for the Introductory Module will be awarded to the successful candidate.
3.1.2 Aesthetic Medical Practice Modules
These modules cater to the working medical practitioner who is unable to attend full-time classroom courses and clinics due to work commitment. These six modules include Chemical Peel, Lasers, Intense Pulse Light, Skin tightening procedures, Botulinum toxin injection, Registered Filler injection. Each module will be conducted over a minimum duration of 2 weeks to 2 months.
Upon completion of each module (I-VI), a Certificate of Training (COT) will be issued to the successful candidate