About Dental Training Ltd

21st September 2020 | Dental News

Hi

I thought I would write a blog about us – Dental Training Ltd. Both Aimee and I are registered dental nurses.  So we know what its like to want to further your career but not be able to do so because of money!  That is why we like to offer interest free payment plans on all of our NEBDN post graduate courses!  You pay the deposit of £195.00.  The balance is paid monthly until just before your exams.  You can even chose a monthly amount and then work out when you can sit the exam depending on your finances.

We are now the biggest supplier of NEBDN post graduate courses!  We are very proud that we have been able to help so many dental nurses achieve post graduate qualifications for a reasonable price but without compromising on quality or service.  You will get assigned a tutor to assist you when you have a problem or just need a natter, your emails will be answered within 7 days and we will do our upmost to make sure you pass the exam first time.

We do care a lot about our students.  Many students have returned to take further courses with us and over the years our feedback has been excellent:

  • ‘The course was fun to complete and made a boring subject interesting.’
  • ‘Good course content, I feel like I have learned a lot from taking the course.’
  • ‘Really informative and easy to understand.’

Why not take the next step to further your career with Dental Training Ltd? – Your Success is Our Success.

If you would like to know more about the services we provide, then please do get in contact with Dental Training Ltd

Take care

Tracy x

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