Examination required to complete this Course - Examination Centres are located in Preston, Birmingham or Bolton.
The Dental Sedation course is delivered on a correspondence basis and all candidates will be allocated a personal tutor who will be available for support and guidance throughout the duration of the course.
Upon enrolment and start of the course, learning material will be provided to include a module of information to ensure knowledge is gained according to the NEBDN syllabus to prepare for examinations.
All candidates must be GDC registered at the point of enrolment and have access to the sedation techniques required for fulfilment of the
course whether it be Intravenous Sedation, Inhalation Sedation or
both. To ensure the Standards for Conscious Sedation in the Provision for Dental Care are upheld, candidates are expected to have an up to date Immediate Life Support Certificate before the expected date for completion of the record of competence.
The NEBDN Record Of Competence (ROC) requires candidates to assist within their specialised role for a number of patients, all of which will be supervised by their workplace mentor who provides feedback on all documentation. The ROC also compromises of case studies as well as supplementary outcomes to prove both the necessary knowledge and understanding have been gained. The ROC is expected to be completed within the first three months after enrolment.