Registration for the Professional Behaviours in Aesthetic Surgery (PBAS) Course is Now Open
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Professional Behaviours in Aesthetic Surgery is an accredited online course that forms part of the Intercollegiate Cosmetic Surgery Certification Scheme. The Cosmetic Surgery Certification Scheme is designed to recognise and promote high standards and good practice.
The course is a vital part of the Plastic Surgery Certification Scheme developed alongside The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, The Royal College of Surgeons of England, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, The British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons and The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.
Professional Behaviour is one of the most significant areas that impacts on patient satisfaction, quality, and safety in aesthetic surgery.
Course participants complete approximately 13 hours of online learning developed by subject matter experts before attending a 2 hour virtual classroom facilitated by expert faculty. Both the online learning and virtual classroom are mandatory and you will not be able to attend the virtual classroom before completing the online learning.
Please note that the ‘Professional Behaviours in Aesthetic Surgery’ course is just one element of the Cosmetic Surgery Certification Scheme. Attending the course alone, does not certify an individual under the Cosmetic Surgery Certification Scheme. If you wish to apply for Certification, you can register and begin your online application (www.certify-cosmeticsurgery.org.uk) prior to completing the ‘Professional Behaviours in Aesthetic Surgery’ course.
We strongly recommend commencing your online application as soon as possible, as it will take a little time to complete. If you require further information regarding the ‘Cosmetic Surgery Certification’ scheme, please contact the helpdesk: email@example.com
For more information and to secure your place, please visit the course page here.
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