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Dental Sedation course

Dental Sedation Course NEBDN

Conscious Sedation is a vital part of modern dentistry enabling a huge number of patients with anxieties and phobias to access care they otherwise could not tolerate. In the UK this involves the administration of sedative drugs which patients may take orally, inhale or have injected. As well as removing anxiety these drugs can have many significant side effects which the dental team must be able to recognise and manage in a calm and effective way.

Who should attend

  • GDC registered nurses, who wishes to provide assistance in the surgery during routine conscious sedation
  • GDC registered dental nurses engaged in this type of work on a regular basis

Options All dental sedation qualifications will require you to achieve a balanced mixture of knowledge and practical skills, as well as demonstrating an appropriate professional attitude. To ensure dental sedation qualifications reflect the areas of practice the dental nurse works in, we offer the following three options:

  • Certificate in Dental Sedation Nursing
  • Award in Inhalation Sedation Dental Nursing
  • Award in Intravenous Sedation Dental Nursing

All three qualifications are at the same level. The titles ‘Award’ and ‘Certificate’ indicate the difference in the number of learning hours required to complete each qualification.

Duration: 6 month
Start Dates:
5 September 2020
6 March 2021
4 September 2021

Classes: Twice a month (every second Saturday)
Day – Saturday classes
Time -10am to 3pm

Fees – £750 (we offer payment plan)
Registration fee – £350 (NEBDN exam fee included)

Dental Sedation

Location – Elizabeth House, 39 York Road, London, SE1 7NQ (2 min walk from Waterloo station, behind London Eye)

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Dental Sedation Nursing NEBDN
Conscious Sedation is a vital part of modern dentistry enabling a huge number of patients with anxieties and phobias to access care they otherwise could not tolerate. In the UK this involves the administration of sedative drugs which patients may take orally, inhale or have injected. As well as removing anxiety these drugs can have many significant side effects which the dental team must be able to recognise and manage in a calm and effective way.

Options
All dental sedation qualifications will require you to achieve a balanced mixture of knowledge and practical skills, as well as demonstrating an appropriate professional attitude. To ensure dental sedation qualifications reflect the areas of practice the dental nurse works in, we offer the following three options:

  • Certificate in Dental Sedation Nursing
  • Award in Inhalation Sedation Dental Nursing
  • Award in Intravenous Sedation Dental Nursing

All three qualifications are at the same level. The titles ‘Award’ and ‘Certificate’ indicate the difference in the number of learning hours required to complete each qualification.

Award of qualification
In order to be awarded this qualification, you must:

  • Complete and satisfy the requirements of the RoC
  • Pass the examination

Record of Competence
You will be required to complete a work-based Record of Competence (RoC). The requirements for this will vary depending on which qualification you are registered for. There are four sections to the RoC:

  • Practical Competence Assessment Sheets (PCAS)
  • Case studies
  • Directly Observed Clinical Skills (DOCS) Assessments
  • Supplementary outcomes

Examination
This is a 90-minute written examination composed of two sections:

  • Part A – 45 multiple choice questions (MCQ)
  • Part B – 30 extended matching questions (EMQ)

Examinations are held twice a year in March and September.

Dental Sedation Nursing – Syllabus

Exam Schedule

Duration: 6 month
Start Dates:
5 September 2020
6 March 2021
4 September 2021
Classes: Twice a month (every second Saturday)
Day – Saturday classes
Time -10am to 3pm

Fees – £750 (we offer payment plan)
Registration fee – £350 (NEBDN exam fee included)

Dental Sedation

Location – Elizabeth House, 39 York Road, London, SE1 7NQ (2 min walk from Waterloo station, behind London Eye)

Call us +44 (0) 7484 014980 or email to info@waterlooacademy.co.uk or Facebook – London Waterloo Academy

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Key Facts

Duration: 6 month
Start Dates:
5 September 2020
6 March 2021
4 September 2021
Classes: Twice a month (every second Saturday)
Day – Saturday classes
Time -10am to 3pm

Fees – £750 (we offer payment plan)
Registration fee – £350 (NEBDN exam fee included)

Location – Elizabeth House, 39 York Road, London, SE1 7NQ (2 min walk from Waterloo train station)

Free services: WiFi,  tea/coffee/water refill, biscuits, candies

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