Advice for Parents and Carers
With young people required to stay in education or training until at least their 18th birthday, an Apprenticeship is an excellent alternative to college or sixth form and is a pathway to achieving qualifications all the way up to degree level. With no student loans required, this means there are no resulting debts, and they will instead be earning a weekly wage whilst learning!
The L3 Diploma in Dental nursing apprenticeship take between 18-24 months and the apprentice will be completely supported from day 1 of interacting with Harriet Ellis whether this be with interview and CV guidance to the industry leading dental educationalist that will visit the apprentice with the work place.
The minimum wage for apprentices is £3.50 per hour.
To be aged 16+ years old
Ideally have Grade C and above or equivalent in GCSE English and Maths
3 Years EU residency
To be able to work a minimum of 30 hours per week
Health and safety
PPE and Workplace Hygiene
Roles and Responsibilities of a Dental Nurse
Micro-Organisms and Infectious diseases
Dental waste and waste disposal
Radiography and Endodontics