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Dental Nurse Career Evening 25th October

Posted 8 October 2018 in News

Bhandal Apprentice

Have you just left education and are unsure about your next steps? 

Join our ever-expanding dental team at one of our seven Coventry dental surgeries. A full training programme and professional college certificate is provided with opportunities to expand your skills with continued professional development. 

Open Evening on Thursday 25th October, 6-8pm at the Foleshill Practice.

Do you have what it takes?

Dental nursing may be your true vocation, especially if you enjoy working with people, are empathetic and looking for a long-term career with great prospects. 

Bhandal Dental Practice is looking to train and nurture the right candidates and would like to invite you to our next Career Open Evening on Thursday 25th October at the Foleshill Practice.

Interested? Please register your interest by emailing sarah@bhandaldentistry.co.uk with your full contact details – we look forward to welcoming you.

Good salary for school leavers

Our training programmes are free to all successful candidates and you’ll receive good pay for your working hours.

Job Role – Trainee Dental Nurses

This exciting role is full time and will include on-the job training with our existing dental nurses to learn how to effectively support our highly qualified dentists, orthodontists, cosmetic dentists and dental therapists.

Classroom learning away from the dental surgery will encompass a professional college course to equip you with technical dental knowledge and customer care training.

You’ll be part of a friendly and proactive team.

Responsibilities

You will be responsible for making NHS and private patients feel welcome and at ease during their appointment, which may be a standard check-up or a complex treatment. 

You will support our dentists with their procedures before, during and after each appointment to include:

  • The decontamination of instruments
  • The upkeep of dental equipment
  • The maintenance of patient records
  • Diligence of good practice and behaviour 

Qualifications and Skills

 It is essential that you have a caring and compassionate nature and are able to make people feel at ease.

It’ll help if you’re outgoing but other than that, as long as you have GCSE's in Maths and English, Grade C or above, then we are looking to speak to you.

Career Progression

After completing the dental nursing course, several avenues of dentistry would become available to you. Many nurses progress with a course in radiography or undertake further learning to become orthodontic therapists or dental therapists – the choice really is yours if you show willing and hard work.

Register with us to attend the open evening

Training as a dental nurse at Bhandal Dental Practice is extremely rewarding. When you play a part in relieving a patient from pain, helping them to feel comfortable and to smile with confidence once again. There’s nothing quite like it… 

Interested? Please register your interest by emailing sarah@bhandaldentistry.co.uk with your full contact details – we look forward to welcoming you.

Bhandal Dental Surgery 

298a-c Foleshill Road 

Coventry 

CV6 5AH 

024 7668 6690

Call us now to make an appointment on 024 7668 6690

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