NEBDN Level 3 Diploma in Dental Nursing Course
The National Examining Board for Dental Nurses (NEBDN) National Diploma in Dental Nursing is a General Dental Council (GDC) recognised dental nursing qualification which covers all outcomes described within the GDC Preparing to Practice document. Students are required to be employed as a Dental Nurse prior to being accepted onto the course and will need to have a nominated workplace mentor. In addition to the theoretical training students are offered two mock examination days to fully prepare them for their NEBDN Diploma and are required to complete an electronic Record of Experience (ROE) to document their clinical competence. The course consistently produces pass rates well above the national average and has high student satisfaction rates.
Forward Academy Level 3 Diploma in Dental Nursing is a worldwide recognised qualification that would suit anyone who would like to develop a career in dental nursing. Once you become a qualified dental nurse and wish to pursue your dental career further you can become dental hygienist, dental therapist, practice manager, dental tutor and dental assessor and you can work in general dental practices, in hospitals and with the community dental service, and also pursue a career in the armed forces.
Our free consulting will also assist you for dental nursing course and career. Modern dental nurse are not only limited to the reception work, they also actively take part in the dental surgery and can be regarded as the second important person in oral health and dental practice. They are trained in all aspects of dental health education and clinical practice. We have special learning facilities to help you become a Dental Care Professional in London.
Students must have at least 12 months full time chair side experience. Students should have at least 2 GCSEs or equivalent, preferably 1 being English language.
How to Apply?
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Forward Academy directly.
|Unit 301||Health and safety in the workplace|
|Unit 302||Emergencies in the dental surgery|
|Unit 303||Legal and Ethical issues in the Provision of Dental care|
|Unit 304||Anatomical Structures and system Relative to Dental Treatment|
|Unit 305||Oral Disease and Pathology|
|Unit 306||Patient Care and Management|
|Unit 307||Assessing Patient Oral Health Needs and training planning|
|Unit 308||Oral Health Promotion and preventive Dentistry|
|Unit 309||Restorative Dentistry|
|Unit 310||Oral Surgery|
|Unit 312||Orthodontics Procedures|
|Unit 313||Dental Drugs, Materials, Instrument and equipment|
|Unit 314||Pain and Anxiety Control in dentistry|
|Unit 317||Child protection|
|Credit Value||48 Credits|
|Course Duration||1 Year|
|Course Fees||£ 1600 only|
|Mode of Study||1 day a week spent at the Academy and 14 hours in work placement|
|Days of class||Mon- Friday (weekend places are subject to availability)|