The NEBDN Certificate in Oral Health Education course is suited to registered dental nurses who desire to become qualified oral health educators. The course is an excellent stepping stone towards retraining to become a hygienist.
This course has been designed to support registered dental nurses who are looking to progress their careers into a leadership role in the clinical environment.
The course is suitable for all members of the dental team and is aimed at receptionists, managers and nurses who have had no formal receptionist training.
Learn to take alginate impressions suitable for dentures, study models, retainers, bleaching trays and orthodontic appliances. To enrol, you must be GDC-registered, you must be employed and indemnified, and there must be a registered dental professional able and willing to supervise you.
Have you been given the responsibility of becoming the infection prevention and control (IPC) lead, but feel like you are guessing what you need to have in place and what your role entails?
The aim of this course is to provide training for registered dental nurses to become competent and confident in applying fluoride varnish under the prescription of a dentist or as part of a structured oral health programme.
The aim of this course is to enable oral health educators to incorporate the use of the plaque control record confidently and competently into their appointments in order to help motivate patients in improving their oral hygiene.
Do you want to become a practice manager? Or are you new to the role of practice manager and need formal training? If so, this course is perfect for you – it will give you an excellent foundation for being a successful, knowledge-rich manager. The course is taught by Nicki Rowland BSc, Dip Man.
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