National Certificate in Dental Implant Nursing awarded by NEBDN

Next Start Date:

  • Saturday 20th of March 2021

Course length: 12 months (part time basis)

Lectures are held 1 Saturday per month between 14:30 pm and 19:30 pm.

Fees: £1150.00 (Inc VAT)
Location: PDS Venue,
Edgware, HA8
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The National Certificate in Dental Implant Nursing is 12 months which is covering the theoretical l aspects of the implant dental nurse’ surgery duties.

The course is comprised of a Record of Competence (ROC) composed by 17 PCAs, 3 ECS (extended case studies) and 10 Supplementary Outcomes

The awarding body for the National Certificate in Dental Implant Nursing qualification is the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses (NEBDN.) PDS is an accredited NEBDN training centre.

Qualification Exam:

Held twice per year either in March or September. All Post-Reg Exams are held at our Venue in Edgware. PDS is the 5th NEBDN accredited exam centre in London.

NEBDN Theoretical Exam is a 90-minute examination composed of 50 MCQs and 30 EMQs

Who Should Attend?
  • Qualified Dental Nurses and Registered with the GDC, working along with an implant specialist
  • Dental Nurses registered with the GDC, working along with an implant specialist
Intakes:

We have 2 intakes per year for our National Certificate in Dental Implant Nursing course (March and September). Check our website or call us on 02086163850 for start dates.

How to Book:
  • You will need to attend an enrolment at our Head Office in Edgware HA8
  • You will then have a 1:1 interview with a member of our training team for approx. 1 hr and 15 min.
  • To book an enrolment, please contact us on 02086163850 or 07522830495.
Course Fee:

£ 1100. 00 (if paid in full)

£ 1150.00 (if paid in 5 monthly instalments- £ 350 paid at the enrolment, followed by the next 5 monthly payments worth of £ 160/each)

PLEASE NOTE that the NEBDN Exam & ROC Fees worth of £195 are to be paid to NEBDN (not to the College)

The course fee is not either partly or fully refundable to you at any point you decide to leave the course

  • Induction & Communication
  • Infection Control and Implant Treatment Planning
  • Chairside, Surgical Support and instrumental Equipment & Materials
  • Implant treatment and Interdisciplinary Role
  • Medical Emergencies and Advanced Surgical Procedures
  • Applied Science of Anatomy and Oral Health in Implant Therapy
  • Health and Safety, Record Keeping and Medico-Legal Issues



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