Colchester Institute

      Oral Health Education NEBDN Certificate

      Colchester Institute
      In Colchester

      £787
      + VAT
      *Guide price
      Original amount in USD:
      $995
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      Typology Course
      Location Colchester
      Start Different dates available
      • Course
      • Colchester
      • Start:
        Different dates available
      Description

      An Oral Health Educator can complement the role of the dental hygienist. The NEBDN Certificate is not just about developing professionally from a registered dental nurse to an Oral Health Educator. This qualification is also about growing both professionally and on a personal level; developing self-confidence and self-belief. Through enhancing your skills you will gain further respect from dentists and hygienists with whom you work as part of a team educating and improving the oral health of patients.

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      Where and when
      Starts Location
      Different dates available
      Colchester
      Sheepen Road, CO3 3LL, Essex, England
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      Starts Different dates available
      Location
      Colchester
      Sheepen Road, CO3 3LL, Essex, England
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      To take into account

      · Requirements


      Oral Health Education NEBDN Certificate modules may include:



      • Maintaining Good Clinical Practice

      • General Health and Disease

      • Patient Assessment and  Treatment Planning

      • Patient Management

      • Health Promotion and Disease Prevention


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      What you'll learn on the course

      IT
      Dental
      Team Training
      Part Time
      Skills and Training
      Confidence Training
      Self-confidence
      Dental Hygienist
      Dental Nurse
      Nurse
      Nurse training

      Course programme



      An Oral Health Educator can complement the role of the dental hygienist. The NEBDN Certificate is not just about developing professionally from a registered dental nurse to an Oral Health Educator. This qualification is also about growing both professionally and on a personal level; developing self-confidence and self-belief. Through enhancing your skills you will gain further respect from dentists and hygienists with whom you work as part of a team educating and improving the oral health of patients.



      Who is this course for?

      The Certificate in Oral Health Education is suitable for qualified and registered dental nurses who wish to further their knowledge and specialise in Oral Health Education, enabling them to take a more active role in oral health promotion. The course is designed to provide qualified dental nurses with the educational experience, including the knowledge, critical understanding, intellectual skills, practical skills and personal attitude to enable them to provide effective oral health education for patients.



      What will I learn?

      Oral Health Education NEBDN Certificate modules may include:



      • Maintaining Good Clinical Practice

      • General Health and Disease

      • Patient Assessment and Treatment Planning

      • Patient Management

      • Health Promotion and Disease Prevention



      How will I be assessed?

      Learners will be assessed through a variety of methods including formal assessment, formal teaching, Record of Competence (RoC) and a Personal Development Portfolio


      Written Examination


      In addition to completing the RoC, candidates are required to undertake the written examination to assess underpinning knowledge and understanding. The 90 minute examination consists of 45 best single answer from 5 option multiple choice questions (MCQ) and 30 items within extended matching questions (EMQ).



      Entry Requirements

      Candidates will have current GDC Registration, two years experience in a dental setting and gained a level 3 qualification in Dental Nursing.



      Career Opportunities

      Employment as an Oral Health in Education in clinical practice or community. Further continuing professional development opportunities may include Dental Hygiene and therapy.






      How To Apply


      Our aim is to make it as easy as possible to secure your place on your ideal programme.
      Simply download and complete the relevant application form and return it to our Admissions team as early as possible.
      You can return your completed application form in person or by post to our Colchester
      (for applications to Colchester and Clacton) or Braintree campuses:








      Admissions

      Colchester Institute

      Sheepen Road

      Colchester

      CO3 3LL









      Admissions

      The College at Braintree

      Church Lane

      Braintree

      CM7 5SN








      If you are currently at school, please check with them as some schools will be coordinating applications centrally.
      If you have any further questions about the application process, please visit our
      Frequently Asked Questions page.



      Applying for an Part-Time course


      Part-time courses can start at any point during the year,
      please see the individual course listing for the next course start date or if you are unsure please call our Course Enquiries line on (01206) 712777.



      You may need to complete an application form for some of our part-time courses,
      our part-time application form can be downloaded here:




      Download Application Form - Part-Time Courses (PDF)



      Applicants will receive an acknowledgement email or card within one week of the application
      being received by our Admissions team, if you do not receive this you should contact the team
      on (01206) 712777 to check that your application has been received.



      Courses will run subject to sufficient applications being received.
















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