Beauty and aesthetic devices manufacturer, 3D Aesthetics, has received a VTCT ITEC accreditation.
The accreditation means that learners will now receive VTCT ITEC certificates, for Level 2, 3 and 4 courses completed with the brand’s devices. The courses include:
3D lipo-ultimatepro – 3D lipo-ultimatepro uses a non-surgical device that uses multiple technologies to tighten loose skin, contour the body and target body fat. This allows for a completely bespoke service for the client and their concerns.
3D Dermaforce Laser – 3D Dermaforce Laser is a minimally invasive treatment that can significantly reduce fine lines and wrinkles, whilst also lifting skin, promoting the production of collagen and elastin.
3D Trilogyice – 3D Trilogyice uses an advanced laser device to provide comfortable and effective laser hair removal treatment. This is suitable for treating most skin types and areas of the body. This treatment uses three wavelengths, allowing for maximum results compared to single wavelength technology.
3D HIFU (Face and Body) – 3D HIFU (Face and Body) reduces the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin and fat pockets, by using ultrasound waves to stimulate collagen production and tighten the skin.
3D Powersculpt – 3D Powersculpt uses a high intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) device to stimulate muscle contractions, resulting in muscle growth and fat reduction.
Joanne Leahy of 3D Aesthetics’ training department said:
“We are incredibly proud of the efforts of the department and their commitment to providing high-quality training courses. This demonstrates our compliance with the high standards set by VTCT ITEC.”
A VTCT ITEC accreditation provides clients with trust and confidence in a course’s quality and content, which could increase employability for learners upon qualifying. Learners on an accredited course can also be safe in the knowledge that their qualification is nationally recognised, and reviewed by experienced professionals.
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