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Why not take on a dental nurse apprentice?

BDJ Team volume 3, Article number: 16122 (2016) | Download Citation

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Your team is a great resource with a wealth of knowledge and experience to pass on to apprentices, making them perfect teachers and mentors. As they become involved in training they will feel valued and respected, increasing their own personal development and job satisfaction.

The Dental Nursing Apprenticeship programme is an 18-month course combining practical dental nursing skills with theoretical knowledge. Apprentices mostly learn in the workplace, becoming part of the dental team with access to all the resources and support they need to complete their studies and perform their role competently.

Attract new talent to your team and enjoy the rewarding experience of offering a young person the chance to gain a nationally recognised qualification, which will set them on a path to a worthwhile career. Not only that, it's a golden opportunity to empower your existing team members.

The Dental Nursing Apprenticeship programme is delivered through Barnet and Southgate College with start dates in July and periodically throughout the year.

It's a win-win situation, so find out more about apprenticeships today.

For more information contact Barnet and Southgate College at on 0203 764 4333 or visit


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