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Dental Nursing

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Course Information

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A T Level course is the perfect choice for those who enjoy variety and hands-on learning and want to get valuable work experience in a growing industry.


80% of your time will be spent in the classroom, and 20% of your time will be spent gaining practical skills in a real workplace!


A career in Health is much more than just a job – it’s a hugely rewarding vocation that very special kinds of people can thrive in.


By choosing a career in Dental Nursing, you'll be supporting the dentist (or other member of a wider dental team) in all aspects of patients' treatment and dental care, for a wide variety of procedures.


No day is ever the same! Some patients may simply be there for a check-up or for oral hygiene reasons, while others may require complicated treatment or even a surgical procedure. You will be there to also build trust with your patients and put them at ease during what can be a very traumatic experience for some. 

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If you have any questions or would like more information, don't hesitate to get in touch with us. We're here to help you #GetaHEaD and begin your journey in Dental Nursing! 

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The Level 3 T Level in Assisting with Healthcare Science: Dental Nursing pathway is a full-time, two-year qualification that is the equivalent to three A Levels. It will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in this vital and fulfilling industry, no matter what healthcare path you choose! The course will not only develop your understanding of the healthcare sector as a whole but also teach you the technical skills and specialised knowledge that employers are looking for. Your first year will provide you with a solid foundation for your future career in Health. It will cover health and science concepts, theories and principles, the management of data, health and safety, clinical best practices, and the key regulations you need in any healthcare role. Your second year will focus far more on building your understanding of the Dental Nursing environment, and how you will support the team in treating patients. This includes the decontamination of instruments, maintaining operating equipment, looking after patient notes and records, and keeping the surgery running smoothly.

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What experience will I gain?

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