TYCT Members Area
Welcome to the Registrants administration section of our website.
In this section you can via the menu on the right:
- Elect to transfer to the JCCP Register
- Give further details required by JCCP for transfer
- See our Transfer to JCCP FAQs
Changes to the Register of Cosmetics Injectable Treatment Providers
The Treatments You Can Trust Register
is now closed for renewals of registration and to new applications.
Transfers to the JCCP Register are currently (25 April) in progress. Once accepted by JCCP, practitioner names will be removed from the TYCT Public Register.
Public Access to the TYCT Public Register will be maintained on this website until transfer of registrations to Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) Register is complete or current registrations expire.
If you are a practitioner in any non-surgical cosmetic intervention and wish to be registered for the first time, please direct your enquiry to www.jccp.org.uk
JCCP will register practitioners in five modalities of cosmetic intervention, including Toxins, Dermal Fillers, Skin Rejuvenation, LIPLED (Lasers and Lights), and Hair Restoration Surgery.
"The JCCP Practitioner Register has been established to enable practitioners delivering the aesthetic treatments set out in the Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority (CPSA) Framework of Standards and Competences to be accredited."(JCCP)
Practitioners now registered with TYCT will normally transfer to the JCCP Register if they have elected to do so. Transfers are being made in stages from 5 April 2018. Those who elect not to transfer will continue registered with TYCT until their annual registration expires.
Patient safety in the non-surgical cosmetic interventions sector now becomes the purpose of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP), which was inaugurated on 1st March 2018. This is the fulfilment of a Government request for the industry to form a voluntary register backed by practice standards.
JCCP works in partnership with the Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority www.cosmeticstandards.org.uk.
Transfer of TYCT Register to JCCP Register
What Practitioners need to know.
As the JCCP Register of the main non-surgical cosmetic modalities is set to open in March, we at TYCT have been considering the way ahead for practitioners on the TYCT Register such as you.
TYCT Register is about two modalities, dermal fillers and botulinum toxins. 400 practitioners are on the register. The JCCP Register will contain practitioners of the other three modalities, - Lasers, facial peels and hair restoration – and the register is expected to build to 5000 practitioners. Some practitioners may practise several modalities. You must declare all modalities you practise.
We think practitioners will want to be reassured that their TYCT fees are being used to best advantage to do what was asked of us - raise standards across the board in non-surgical cosmetic treatments. This we have done by expanding the TYCT Register of practitioners in reference to the TYCT Standards, which have served the sector since 2010.
These high-level TYCT Standards were recognised as inadequate to form the basis of a cosmetic profession with accepted training and practice standards, and we have therefore fully supported the development of the Health Education England Qualification Standards in our role of Industry Representative. They are now incorporated into TYCT Standard. We welcome the formation of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) and the Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority (CPSA), which takes on Qualification Standards from HEE. The decision to form a JCCP Register of all the cosmetic modalities will do much to raise standards across the board and we fully support it.
This means that TYCT’s position in the industry will change. It is no longer viable to register just two modalities as we do. With the backing of the TYCT Governance Group we have therefore decided to merge the TYCT Register into the JCCP Register following JCCP launch on 22 February 2018.
JCCP, which is formulated to register individual professionals (in contrast to TYCT which includes clinics), will accept you into provisional membership until additional details about your training can be incorporated and you meet the JCCP requirements for full registration. You will have two years in which to provide the additional evidence to meet the JCCP required entry standards for full registration. The cost of the transfer is free to you - TYCT Annual fees paid in 2017 and early 2018 will suffice for JCCP until your annual expiry date.
Training Providers JCCP Register
The JCCP will also provide a register of approved training providers, whose courses will provide the acceptable level of knowledge and practice competence required to become fully registered. www.jccp.org.uk