Programs

Dental Assistant

Orthodontic Assistant

Dental office Receptionist

Clinical medical Assistant

Pharmacy Technician-IV Admixture

Phlebotomy Technician

Patient Care Technician

 

 ALL HANDS ON DECK DENTAL ASSISTING PROGRAM

THIS HANDS-ON 13-WEEK, 128-HOUR PROGRAM IS A COMBINATION OF LIVE, INSTRUCTOR-LED CHAIR-SIDE INSTRUCTION AND 50-HOUR EXTERNSHIP. 

Our most popular, and highest revenue generating program that is completed entirely at a dental practice.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

al science training with a focus on core dental science and clinical procedure foundation knowledge

  • 85% hands-on learning in real dental office treatment rooms and state of the art equipment

  • On-the-job training with actual patients under the supervision of dentists, dental assistants and dental hygienists

  • 80-hour externship placement for experiential learning

  • Taught by highly experienced dentists, dental assistants, and dental hygienist educators

  • lifetime Job placement assistance

  • University Certificate of Completion

  • Tuition 1/3 of the cost of other dental assistant schools

  • Complete career training in only 12 weeks

  • Qualifies students for state Registered Dental Assistant

  • Infection prevention and control certification training

  • Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification

  • Dental science and chair-side assisting clinical labs

  • National DANB Radiology Certification

  • Dentrix Scheduling and Dental Charting Training Software

  • Tuition: $5,900 * Includes tuition, textbooks, uniforms, dental supplies


Program Options

Classes can be offered either evenings or Saturdays to accommodate varying schedules. Evening classes are offered two evenings per week for 4 hours each for 12 weeks, and the Saturday classes are offered every Saturday for 8 hours each for 12 weeks. The school retains 60% of all revenues.

The course qualifies for approval for WIAO and veteran spouse benefits.

Career Outlook

Dental Assisting Career- A Huge Market

Dental assistant jobs are expected to grow 25 percent from 2012 to 2022, which is much faster than the average for other occupations.


What is driving this growth?

  • Population growth, greater retention of natural teeth by middle-aged and older people, and an increased focus on preventative dental care for younger generations fuels demand for dental services.

  • As dentists’ workloads increase, they are expected to hire more dental assistants to perform routine tasks, so that they may devote their own time to more complex procedures.

  • Today’s increasingly complex dentistry requires more dental assistants.

  • Currently, 96% of students that attend for-profit dental assisting schools take out federal student loans to attend. The average tuition is $17,000.

  • As of 2017 – the most recent year for which data are available – 56 million Millennials (those ages 21 to 36 in 2017) were working or looking for work.

  • There are 79 million Millennials in the United States. Representing 25% of the population and hold over $600 billion in spending power.

  • The existing supply of non-profit and public higher education is insufficient to satisfy the growing demand for higher education.  

  • The national average wage for dental assistants is $19.87 per hour.