Dental Nurse Training
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DENTAL NURSE TRAINING FAQ's
As one of our dental nurses, you’ll be there as vital and reliable chair-side support to our dental team. A dental nurse supports the dentist/therapist/hygienist in all aspects of patient care, this includes
- getting the appropriate instruments ready, mixing materials and ensuring patient comfort.
- taking notes from dentists dictation for records
- and once the patient has left, the dental nurse disinfects, prepares the surgery for the next patient and decontaminates/sterilises all of the instruments.
In general practice, sometimes the dental nurse may help with reception work – making appointments, taking payments, dealing with paperwork and meeting and reassuring patients.
Dental nurses can be employed in general practice, hospitals or the community dental services and can also train as a dental nurse in the armed forces.
Student Intake and Selection
Educationally we are looking for students 16-22 years of age, with a good standard GCSE pass, with Grade C or above in English Language and Maths. Science is also preferred, and an understanding of human biology is an asset.
Our apprentice dental nurses are recruited from the Eastern areas i.e. Lowestoft to Norwich and surrounding towns. Most of our Nurses are “home-grown” and they commence their training on leaving school and remain with the practice after qualification. All Nurses are employed personnel from commencement of training.
It is the policy of this practice to offer equal opportunities in employment and training to all staff irrespective of their sex, colour, religion, age or disability or sexual orientation.
A Dental Nurse requires a confident, but calm, friendly manner with an understanding and sympathetic approach towards all patients, especially those who are worried or nervous. A good standard of health and manual dexterity is required.
Once qualified, nurses are eligible to be included on the GDC national register, allowing you to follow post-qualification courses in Oral Health Education, Conscious Sedation, Orthodontics and Radiography etc.
“The objective of the Practice is to provide the highest quality dental treatment by highly trained staff with total commitment to the National Health Service” -ISO9000
In 1998 the school received accreditation by the “Training and Enterprise Council” as an approved training organisation. In 2001 we were accredited as a City & Guilds “Approved
Earn while you LEARN & DEVELOP!
This is a great alternative to university – at the end of the apprenticeship you’ll already have a job (your salary will increase once you’re qualified too) and you’ll be debt free.
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As an apprentice dental nurse, you will be enrolled on an “ESFA” scheme. We work a five-day Monday – Friday week. If you wish for more details on the course, please contact the
Practice Tutor: Mrs. Rebecca Sturman
Education Centre, 7 Queen Street, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 2QP. Tel. 01493 332143
Apprenticeship opportunity in Dental nursing
EARN, LEARN & DEVELOP
As an apprentice dental nurse, you will be enrolled on an “ESFA” scheme. We work a five-day Monday – Friday week. If you wish for more details on the course, please contact the Practice Tutor: Mrs. Rebecca Sturman
Education Centre, 7 Queen Street, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 2QP