The main objective of establishing the professional aesthetic medicine accreditation association is to constitute a complete eco and legal system for the beauty industry and protect the rights of consumers, in accordance with Standard of Malaysia Act 1996 (Act 549), under the purview of the Department of Standards Malaysia, Ministry of Trade and Industry. AICA complies with the world standard ISO/IEC 17024:2012, conformity assessment of certification of person by IPEC Bureau and is recognized by 160 countries worldwide. Read More
AICA emphasises that practitioners are fully qualified and LICENSED TO PRACTICE, according our standard.
AICA liaises directly with IPEC Certification Bureau (IPEC) to regulate and provide licenses to aesthetics practitioners.
AICA will provide assurance to practitioners to enhance their quality of service.
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT
AICA offers counselling and advice to aesthetic practitioners to further their education to gain greater knowledge, skills and qualification to increase their competence in the field and help them evolve in the constantly changing landscape of the beauty industry.
There are a number of options in AICA. This is due to the various stages of pursuing a career in the Beauty Science Industry. AICA provides the best membership options, right from an ordinary member up to certified members.
The Association of International Certified Aesthetician (AICA) was founded in 2015 as a professional body, by Prof Dr Ng Wee Kiong, to establish a complete legal system for the beauty industry and protect the rights of consumers, in accordance with Standards Malaysia Act 1996 (Act 549). AICA falls under the purview of the Department of Standard Malaysia, Ministry of Trade and Industry. AICA complies with the world Standard ISO/IEC 17024:2012, conformity assessment of certification of person by IPEC Bureau and is recognised by 160 countries worldwide.