Education and Training

CANN sees education and training as its most important role with regard to its membership and the public. This education and training role takes a number of forms, including the following:

Policy Making

CANN is at the forefront of developing and commenting on key policy issues with regard to education, CPD, and training within the area of aesthetic treatments. In particular it concentrates on the following:

• Developing Competency Frameworks for assessing and measuring the performance of individual nurses in aesthetics

• Working with educational and training providers to develop quality programmes for the sector

• Working with all key stakeholders to raise the awareness of the general public as to the range of treatments available and how best to achieve patient satisfaction.

Educational and Training Support

CANN surveys its membership every year and the feedback has been very strong with regard to the need to provide a range of education, CPD, and training activities to support members. Key support activities available to CANN members include:

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

All nurses need CPD and this is becoming even more important with new aesthetic treatments every year.  CANN provides a wide range of opportunities to attend CANN accredited events and presentations and provides support to members going through the Associate Training levels.  CANN helps oversee and set best practices following the Standards of Cosmetic Nurses of New Zealand and the Education Standards of Cosmetic Nurses of New Zealand.

CANN is also working with training providers to develop new programmes in the area of aesthetic treatments and business skills.

Upcoming Events

Nov
18
Thu
all-day The Anatomical Dissection and Co...
The Anatomical Dissection and Co...
Nov 18 all-day
The Anatomical Dissection and Cosmetic Procedures Workshop 2021
The Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS) invites you to the Anatomical Dissection and Cosmetic Procedures Workshop at the Medical Engineering Research Facility (MERF), Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 18 November 2021. The workshop is held before the 2021 Non-Surgical Symposium starting on Friday 19 November on the Gold Coast. This Workshop is open...
Nov
19
Fri
all-day The Non-Surgical Symposium
The Non-Surgical Symposium
Nov 19 – Nov 21 all-day
The Non-Surgical Symposium
Invitation to participate in the 10th Anniversary of the Non-Surgical Symposium If you are passionate about non-surgical cosmetic treatments and keen to share your experience, knowledge, and research findings, the 10th-anniversary meeting of the NSS presents the perfect opportunity for you to participate in the scientific program of Australasia’s leading non-surgical meeting. Be it an...