Dental office Receptionist
Clinical medical Assistant
Pharmacy Technician-IV Admixture
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.
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
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.
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.