The BDIA Certificate:
Introduction to Dentistry
Developed by specialists, The BDIA Certificate: Introduction to Dentistry delivers benchmark training standards within the dental industry.
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Education & Training for the Dental Industry
The BDIA Certificate: Introduction to Dentistry is a benchmark training resource for the dental industry.
It provides 20 hours of verifiable CPD and is ideal for non-clinical staff in customer-facing roles, such as sales, marketing, customer service, reception, and management at dental surgeries.
The course offers a fast-track to understanding the industry and profession, covering the basics of dentistry, dental equipment, and the work of the dental team.
The certificate is suitable for both self-learning and supervised training, and is available to BDIA members and non-member companies alike.
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The best course for non-clinical staff in customer facing roles.
Fast-track your understanding of the industry and attain the fundamental knowledge of the dentistry profession. This course is perfect for:
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11 Self-learning course modules
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Students who enrol in the BDIA Certificate: Introduction to Dentistry course will have two years to study before taking the 90-minute multiple-choice final exam.
The exam covers all 11 modules, and students must score at least 60% to pass, with a Distinction awarded for scores of 80% or higher.
A digital certificate will be emailed to those who pass, while those who fail can re-sit the exam at a cost of £75 for member companies and £160 for non-member companies.
Exams are available on demand after completing all 11 course modules.
The BDIA Certificate: Introduction to Dentistry is a benchmark training resource for the dental industry. Don’t delay your development, enrol today.
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