What is an apprenticeship?
An Apprenticeship is a real job with training which allows your child to earn while they learn and at the same time gain a nationally recognised qualification. Dental Nurse Apprenticeships take between 18-24 months to complete. If your child lives in England and is over the age of 16 they are entitled to apply for an apprenticeship.
Your child will have access to a Dental Educationalist at all times no matter where they are based in the UK.
We offer a matching service where we hold details of employers who want an apprentice and we will put your child in contact with suitable placements where they will learn not only skills specific to the dental industry but also essential employability skills. Your child will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours a week, which includes 6 hours of studying.
Why choose Harriet Ellis?
Our apprenticeships team are really committed to our learners. We are really proud of our outstanding success and pass rates that are consistently in excess of 87% compared with the national average of 68%.
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 in employment and able to work a minimum of 30 hours per week
I have had a wonderful experience in this course and will refer anyone to this course. Notes were well organised and multiple choices questions were the best, they help me to pass my exam. I have learn a lot on this course thanks to the thorough resources, notes and the dedication of the tutors.Demetra McIntosh