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Dental Practice Administration Certification


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£119 inc VAT (was £150)
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Offer ends 29 November 2020
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
1 hour
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
1 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Dental Practice Administration
You do not have to be a dentist or a nurse, in order to work in a dental practice. Working as a dental practice administrator is a great route for those looking to enter into the healthcare sector, without having to go to university.

CPD

1 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Certification Service

Description

Dental Practice Administration
You do not have to be a dentist or a nurse, in order to work in a dental practice. Working as a dental practice administrator is a great route for those looking to enter into the healthcare sector, without having to go to university.

A dental practice administrator is an important role in a dental practice when it comes to maintaining the office, keeping patient records and so on.

People who learn about dental practice administration often benefit by gaining knowledge at an entry-level position in the healthcare sector. While this is not high-paying, it is a great start for those needing experience.

This course will go into detail on what a dental practice administrator is and what their responsibilities are.

We begin by explaining the different duties of a dental practice administrator.

Next, we review the skills that are often required to be a dental practice administrator and the benefits of becoming one.

Finally, we provide you with a few steps that you can take to get started on the path to becoming a dental practice administrator and also offer some tips and advice to help you along the way.
You Will Learn:

What a dental practice administrator is and their role in a dental office
The responsibilities of a dental practice administrator
The skills that are required to be a dental practice administrator
Tips and advice on how to get started as a dental practice administrator

The Benefits of Taking This Course:

You will learn more about the receptionist role of a dental practice administrator
You will learn about the different responsibilities and skills that are often expected of a dental office administrator
You will learn about what is required to become a dental office administrator

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momina asked:

hi, is this course certified by a reckoned body and on completion of this course, will you be allowed to work as a dental practice administrators.?

Answer:

Hi Momina, Thanks for your interest. This course is a one hour short course and CPD accredited. You will learn about what is required to become a dental office administrator. You might need more qualification to work as a dental practice administrator depending on where you work and this certificate definitely adds up to your curriculum. Hope this helps? Best

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