The Dental Technologists Association (DTA), the not-for-profit association reprsenting the interests of UK dental technicians, has announced that Delroy Reeves has been appointed as President for the coming year.
Delroy began working as a dental technician about 40 years ago, completing his initial training at an in-house dental laboratory in Jamaica. His education continued here in the UK at South London College, where he gained a City and Guilds Final Certificate in 1983 and a City and Guilds Advanced in Crown and Bridge Technology in 1986. He runs his own crown and bridge dental laboratory in London.
A member of the Council of DTA since 2011, Delroy is a keen runner and a deputy churchwarden in his spare time. He said: ‘I’m delighted and honoured to be taking over as DTA President at this time of great change. 2018 marks the tenth anniversary of our member publication, The Technologist, and I believe we have much to celebrate. I look forward to working with colleagues on the DTA team to support our members’.
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