NEBDN Oral Health Education Recognised Qualification
Flexible accredited OHE Qualification. DNN provides superior learning materials and student support. 100% of our students passed the March & September 2021 exam. Includes: modules, downloads, record of competence, exam preparation and NEBDN ex...
Certificate in Oral Health Education & Promotion
Our course in oral health promotion is suitable for registered dental nurses who want to provide oral health education – in clinic and in community – unsupervised and as part of direct access. This is an alternative to the NEBDN qualification.
Get back on the register discounted bundle- 50 hours of Verifiable CPD
A discounted bundle for those needing to re-register with the General Dental Council. Includes 50 hours of verifiable CPD available immediately after purchasing. Access is for one year.
Enhanced Verifiable CPD for Dental Care Professionals
Bundle includes 10 hours of Verifiable CPD and includes all of the GDC highly recommended and recommended topics. Suitable for all DCPs. 12 Months access.
Level 1 and Level 2 Safeguarding Vulnerable Children, Young Adults and Adults
Safeguarding training for all members of the dental team. Three hours of verifiable CPD awarded upon completion.
Delivering Better Oral Health Course
The aim of this webinar series is to gain an understanding of the key principles with the Delivering Better Oral Health Toolkit and how to implement them in practice. Suitable for all members of the dental team. Three hours of Verifiable CPD.
Up-to-date Covid-19 modules with 3 hours of verifiable CPD awarded. 12 months access .
Infection Prevention and Control: Covid-19
The aim of this webinar is to provide learners with an overview of the current recommendations for infection prevention and control (IPC) in dental practices in light of current Covid-19 pandemic. One hour of verifiable CPD awarded.(3) 5.0 average rating
Standard Operating Procedures and Risk Assessments
To provide learners with an overview of the the current guidance in relation to new Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for dental practices with regards to the Covid-19 pandemic. One hour of verifiable CPD awarded.(3) 4.7 average rating
Spotting Non-compliant Masks
To provide learners with an overview of ways to ensure that they are using genuine respirator masks to help ensure their safety when treating patients during the current Covid 19 pandemic. 30 minutes of verifiable CPD awarded.(2) 5.0 average rating
Infection Control and Cleanliness including Disinfection and Decontamination
The aim of this course is to provide an overview of the importance of infection control and cleanliness within the dental industry and the role of the dental nurse in achieving infection control within the dental practice. One hour of verifiable CPD.
Medical Emergencies in Dentistry Course
The aim of this webinar is to provide information and guidelines on the management of various types of medical emergency within dentistry. One hour of verifiable CPD awarded.
Melanie is a qualified tutor and recently completed a master’s degree. She and our other tutors have a wealth of knowledge and experience to support you throughout the course.
Melanie is a registered dental hygienist, qualified tutor and recently completed a Masters degree . She is the head tutor and one of the support tutors for the course. Melanie is passionate about dental education and is a dedicated tutor.
Stephanie is a registered dental hygienist and therapist and holds a level 5 teaching diploma. She is a qualified assessor, internal moderator (quality assurance) and a qualified CPR and medical emergencies trainer. She is a passionate educator and has over 18 years experience in the dental industry.
Marama is a registered dental nurse and has worked in the dental industry for over 16 years. She is a qualified tutor and is currently completing a business degree. She is passionate about personal development and ethical business practice.
DNN has teamed up with the Dentaid Bright Bites Oral Health promotion programme in British schools. We sponsor a minimum of 1000 children per year.