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British Board of Anti-ageing & Integrated Medicine (BBAIM) offers a whole range of aesthetic training courses that covers the newest technologies, latest injectable approaches and advanced nonsurgical treatments. What makes BBAIM a world-class training provider is our impressive faculty, course design and our commitment to the highest standards and adherence to the government guidelines.

All About Us

Over the years, we have developed a comprehensive training programme that encompasses high-level education in non-surgical methodologies. We have expanded its breath and depth to accommodate both medical and non-medical professionals. Our courses will help you develop solid foundation in Dermal Filling, Thread Lifting, Mesotherapy, IV Vitamin Infusion, Micro Threading and other procedures. Once you register with us, we map it out carefully to ensure you find the right course that will help you establish your own aesthetics practice.

Depending on the group size, we conduct our classes at any of the venues that includes the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM), The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) and Harley Street Medical Area clinics. This helps us provide practical and theoretical review of your home study. Following the course completion, we provide you with the support you need to get started, from marketing assistance to finding your aesthetic product needs.

British Board of Anti-ageing & Integrated Medicine conducts over 300 practical sessions each year. As a recognized training provider in non-surgical procedures, our team is dedicated to providing the most effective and latest techniques to empower you to start your own practice.


Our CPD accredited qualification are in-line with the latest guidelines formulated by the government, adherence to which is mandatory for those who wish to practice Aesthetic Medicine.
BBAIM is covered by Indemnity and Malpractice Insurance, which means we can protect you against some of the risks you may face during the training such as inadvertent medical negligence during a practical session, a defamation claim or loss of client data.

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