The Non-medical Prescribing Course DPP Service is open to anyone who has previously trained with us on any of our courses.
All those who apply for the Non-Medical Prescribing v300 Course require a DPP (Designated Prescribing Practitioner) or PA (Practice Accessor) before application.
These mentors, along with an approved clinical environment approved by the university, are almost impossible to find in the aesthetic industry. This is where Array Academy can help you with our DPP Service.
How we can help and what is included in our service:
- 90 hours of supervised practice as required by the University (consisting of online and in-clinic learning)
- Access to medical facilities that have been approved by the University
- Unlimited access to email support throughout the course for help with course material
- Access to Array Academy online training material
The path the attaining your prescribing qualification may seem challenging. It will require time, effort and dedication.
Take the next step to further your career in Aesthetic Medicine with the support of Array Academy.