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National Diploma in Dental Nursing

STEP UP FOR A BETTER CAREER IN DENTISTRY Join AcePace to become a qualified and registered Dental Nurse in 12 months!!! New course start dates for September 2016 intake, weekly and Saturday fortnightly. AcePace Training & recruitment is looking for number of enthusiastic individuals across London to fill in the trainee dental nurse positions with our various dental clients, no experience needed.

  • Study level: Advanced
  • Duration of training: 1 year
  • Study mode: Part time
Introduction to Dental Nursing and Receptionist

This course is for anyone who wishes to become a specialist in receptionist within Dentistry. This course aims to help students to build customer service skills as the receptionist are the first person the patients are likely to encounter and to ensure patients requirements are fully met.

  • Study level: Beginner
  • Duration of training: 1 day
  • Study mode: Full time
Basic Life Support for Dental Nurses
Audience aimed at: Corporate training only

Basic Life support is especially designed for Dental Nurses, which meets the GDC's educational crietria for verifiable CPD. Includes: CPR, recovery positions, unconsciousness.

  • Study level: Intermediate
  • Duration of training: 4 Hours
  • Study mode: Weekend
Oral Health Educator
Audience aimed at: Corporate training only

Units of Study Students undertake all Units of Study: • Planning for Health Promotion & Education- learning styles, planning, presenting, evaluation, assessment • Communication Skills: Putting Theory into Practice- verbal and non-verbal, Social & Economic Aspects of Health- challenges and barriers relating to attitudes, class, gender, ethnicity, economics in relation to oral health • Biological Aspects of Oral Health & Disease- knowledge of oral structures and diseases providing a deeper understanding of these aspects • Provision of Oral Health Care in the UK- local and national issues relating to provision of care • Disease Prevention, Health Education & Promotion • Principles of Health Education- putting the messages across to the public • Care of the Dependent Patient- provision of care within a residential unit • Nutrition, Diet & Food Policy- policy documents, analysis of the effects of diet on oral and general health • Oral Health & The Mass Media- impact of radio, television etc on oral health • Oral Health & Special Needs- types, provision, challenges and barriers • Oral Health: Theory into Practice- presenting short presentations on a specific area to a group of health professionals Career pathways There are many reasons to undertake the Postgraduate dental nursing course in Oral Health Education, some of them being; • To be able to provide OHE to patients at your practice, or even to groups of people • If you work within a Primary Health Care Trust you may be able to obtain a position as an Oral Health Educator • Better job prospects. i.

  • Study level: Advanced
  • Duration of training: 6 months
  • Study mode: Part time