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JCCP – Whats New

JCCP – Whats New

JCCP – JOINT COUNCIL FOR COSMETIC PRACTITIONERS

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WHY?

To provide credible regulation and guidance for the public/clients in an unregulated sector

To establish a recognised vehicle for accrediting and assessing practitioner’s in the non-surgical sector

To reduce risk to all parties working in the sector

To provide a focal point for the many key stakeholders in the sector

To agree to a set of clinical standards that can be used for registration and the development of a set recognised educational/training qualifications and programmes

CORE PRINCIPLES

Driven by client/public safety

Independence

Inclusivity

Fairness

Sustainability

KEY SUPPORTERS

Department of Health

HEE

Professional Associations

Major Pharma companies

Insurance brokers

Pharmacies

Education sector – Universities and private providers

Leading industry practitioners

KEY FUNCTIONS

Overseeing the management of a Register (s) that will identify members of the JCCP and be made available to the general public

Establishing a set of entry requirements for membership linked to the CSA developed standards, a competency model, accreditation and other key entry requirements e.g Professional Indemnity Insurance.

Establishing and managing a ‘Code of Conduct’ for its members and a set of procedures in order to enforce the ‘Code of Conduct’

Agreeing a Memorandum of Understanding between the JCCP, the Governing Councils and Professional Associations with regard to the procedures involved in dealing with complaints from the general public and any actions taken within the various ‘Codes of Conduct’

Publicising the Register (s) that will identify members of the JCCP, its function, Code of Conduct and be made available to the general public

Outlining and overseeing a set of procedures for accrediting individuals against the agreed standards and potentially processes for ‘credentialing’

Working with the CSA and other industry stakeholder groups with regard to providing information and commenting on issues that will affect the updating of standards

Maintaining an effective relationship with the CSA and with the key Governing Councils and bodies involved in the aesthetics industry

Professor David Sines was appointed as interim chair of the voluntary, independent body to establish the organisation. He explains, “The purpose of the JCCP is to provide public protection with non-surgical cosmetic procedures, through establishing standards that will underpin registration of accredited professional providers.”