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Posted by: Dental Design 26th August 2021
NCFE and CACHE are pleased to showcase their updated Dental Nurse offering.
For the past 170 years, NCFE has been at the forefront of technical and vocational education. We design, develop and certify diverse, nationally recognised qualifications and awards, which have contributed to the success of millions of learners at all levels, bringing them closer to fulfilling their personal goals.
Combined with CACHE, the healthcare and early years sector is at the heart of everything we do. We aim to celebrate and showcase the amazing, life-changing work those in the sector do and highlight the bright opportunities available to inspire more individuals to join the sector and make a difference.
Our new and improved GDC-approved Dental Nurse offering consists of two high quality routes to qualifying exceptional Dental Nurses. Our qualifications encompass the underpinning ethics, professionalism, teamwork and communication required to work as a Dental Nurse and, with support for all types of learners in different settings, we ensure inclusivity.
We have amended our offering to further support training providers and their learners and now offer a clearer specification, a fast-track approval process and small, manageable units with no increase in learning hours.
With integrated end-point assessment (EPA), we offer flexible and reliable solutions supported by sector expertise, guidance documents and proactive service and support.
Our Integrated Dental Nurse apprenticeships include a free package from Skills Forward, where learners and employers are supported every step of the way, with access to personalised learning resources and in-depth progression tracking and reporting.
NCFE and CACHE are proud to have supported learners throughout the pandemic, working with the GDC to make adaptations to our qualifications without compromising on rigour or quality.
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