Postgraduate Certificate of Aesthetic Dermatology – Part 2 is the clinical component of the program. It is ideal for a medical practitioner who already completed the theoretical study in aesthetic medicine and wishes to gain clinical experience and sharpen their skills in medical aesthetic procedures. The PgCAD – Part 2 will expose the candidates to the latest medical aesthetic procedures and allowing candidates to be aached to our clinical facilities to learn the clinical aspect of aesthetic medicine. Candidates will have ample opportunity to perform various medical aesthetic procedures under supervision. This program will also facilitate the candidate in completing a clinical logbook on aesthetic procedures, which is a requirement for the LCP board examination by the Ministry of Health of Malaysia.
Fee Structure

RM 9,000.00


3 months theoretical course.


Certificate of Completion (CoC) will be provided upon completion.

    1. Medical practitioners / General Practitioner with or without prior knowledge and training in the
      field of Aesthetic Medicine.
    2. Dentist / Dental practitioner, with or without prior knowledge and training in the field of Aesthetic
    1. Doctor who is preparing for LCP Aesthetic Medicine board examination.
    2. Doctor who wishes to gain in-depth theoretical knowledge on the subject of aesthetic medicine.
    3. General Practitioner who wishes to incorporate medical aesthetic service to their current
  1. 6 Full days Lectures covering three modules
    Module I: Fundamental of Aesthetic Medicine
    Module II: Legislation of Aesthetic clinic, Clinic Operation, and Research
    Module III: Procedural Aesthetic Medicine
  2. Lectures are held over the second Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the month.

Certificate of Completion for the Introductory Module

Core 1 : Basic Sciences of Aesthetic Medicine

  1. Introduction of Aesthetic Dermatology
  2. Concept of Beauty
  3. Science of Aging, Obesity and Healing
  4. Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology and Psychology in Aesthetic Medicine
  5. Clinical Aesthetic Medicine : The Practice
  6. Dermaceuticals
  7. Emergencies in Aesthetic Medicine
  8. Pain Management in Aesthetic Medicine
  9. Clinical Dermatology : An overview
  10. Aesthetic Dermatology: Pigmentary diseases

Core 2 : Legislation and Research

  1. Aesthetic Medicine Legislation in Malaysia
  2. Setting up an Aesthetic Clinic
  3. Research Methodology

Core 3 : Procedural Aesthetic Medicine

  1. Microdermabrasion
  2. Chemical Peeling
  3. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)
  4. Lasers for Skin Pigmentation
  5. Lasers for Skin Rejuvenation (including fractional ablative)
  6. Hair Remover Laser (Long Pulsed NdYAG, Alexandrite, Diode)
  7. Skin Tightening Procedures
  8. Superficial Sclerotherapy
  9. Dermal fillers (excluding silicon and fat)
  10. Botulinum Toxin

Malaysian Medical Doctors are entitled to the Continuous Professional Development (CPD)

The fee is inclusive of:

  1. Theory Lectures.
  2. Lecture notes.
  3. Examination Fee.
  4. Certification Fee.
  5. Use of academy premises.

The program fee is subject to change but is protected upon paying a 30% Registration fee.

To complete the PgCAD – Part 1 and obtain the Certificate of Completion (CoC), candidates must:

  1. Fulfill at least 80% attendance at the lectures.
  2. Pass the MCQ assessment.

All lectures and MCQ examination will be held at KO Academy, located at;
No 26B&28B, Jalan Temoh, 41400 Klang, Selangor.