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Dental Nurse Specialist Courses

20th January 2020 | Training

Helping dental nurses find the right dental nurse specialist courses for their training! To become a dental professional requires years of dedication and learning. Through our range of dental nurse specialist courses, you can increase your skill and knowledge as a qualified dental nurse. Specialist dental nurses can take on additional responsibilities within dental practices and offer increaser support to dentists and patients. What is specialist dental nurse training? Specialist...

How to Become a Dental Nurse

20th January 2020 | Training

If you’re considering the career move of becoming a Dental Nurse, then there are a few skills and qualifications you must acquire along the way. Qualifications to be a Dental Nurse To become a qualified dental nurse, applicants are required to complete a dental nursing course, approved by the General Dental Council (GDC). This can be full time or part-time. However, if you’re wanting to learn on the job, dental practices may also seek trainee dental nurses or assistants. To...

Supplementary Outcome – Reflective Practice

17th October 2019 | Student Blogs

Newbie alert! I started the NEBDN Implant Nursing Course just over a month ago and boy I was so eager to get my teeth stuck right in (deliberate cheesy pun intended). However, I quickly became daunted when the ROC landed in my inbox. I literally lost count with how many times I have flicked through it. I feel sorry for how many questions I had sent my tutor in the first 24 hours too - thank goodness she was patient.   Let’s talk the SO2 reflective practice First, I was shocked...

Has Enhanced CPD Benefited Dental Nurses?

11th October 2019 | Dental News

Last year, the GDC introduced enhanced CPD so that we can get the maximum benefit from our training and CPD activities.We had our core topics which we needed to complete. These kept us up to date with Safeguarding, Medical Emergencies and Cross Infection just to name a few, and these did benefit us and our patients.   But there has been a change… The GDC have now stated that they want our CPD to be meaningful to our individual role as a Dental Care Professional. In order to do...