Trainee Dental Nurse Course and Job Placement

United Kingdom
Closing date
13 Dec 2021
Trainee Dental Nurse Course and Job Placement
Please note that this is a training course and fees apply.
* Free CACHE Government funded apprenticeship programme 18 months - you must be able to work full time.
This generally suits school leavers who can work on a low wage. NO FEES PAYABLE.
* OR express course 12 months (fees payable) - you must be able to work full time or part time to take this programme.
This generally suits those who need to earn more per hour. FEES PAYABLE.
Trainee Dental Nurse
* Are you looking for a satisfying, progressive and long-serving career?
* Have you ever considered the vitally important role of a Dental Nurse?
Lotus Education has been specialising in Dental Nursing courses since 2011 and are known for our extremely high pass rates.
Now offering the NEBDN National Diploma for Dental Nurses and The Level 3 Apprenticeship for Dental Nurses, we have practices waiting to take on our Trainees enrolled with us.
About you:
* No experience necessary.
* Dedicated, with a can-do attitude.
* Able to work full-time in a dental practice whilst studying.
* Cannot be enrolled on another dental nursing course or have previously started an apprenticeship.
* Must have either a GCSE in English and Maths at Grade C or above, OR complete Level 2 Functional skills in both subjects, alongside your Dental Nursing course.
What is the Trainee Dental Nurse role like?
A typical day for a dental nurse will involve welcoming patients and making sure they feel reassured and at ease for their dental appointments. Each appointment will vary, some patients will come in for check-ups whilst others will be there for cosmetic dentistry consultations or more in-depth treatment such as dental implants, root canal treatment or orthodontics.
The dental nurse is required to support the dentist in their work, ensuring that all tools, equipment, and materials are to hand in order to provide efficient treatment for the patient. Some patients will feel nervous and the dental nurse is crucial in helping to comfort and reassure them.
In addition, the dental nurse will also take notes for the dentist and update the patient's records and will also be responsible for the decontamination of instruments. In some cases, dental nurses will also help out on the reception desk too - there is never a dull moment in the day and there is plenty of scope to progress into other roles after dental nursing.
Location: UK-wide online courses available with optional occasional LIVE lessons in London training centre.
We have vacancies in practices UK-wide now.
If you think you have what it takes to become a dental nurse, in an amazing industry with plenty of progression prospects please apply ASAP as spaces are limited

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