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Frequently asked questions

Radiography Course
Do I have to work in a practice that specialises in that particular area of dentistry?
No, you just need to have access to the treatments needed to be able to complete the course. The specifics are set out in the course prospectus.
How will I complete the course?
All of our post reg courses are completed online, along with the exams.
What support will I receive while I complete the course?
You will have regular webinars and 121’s with your tutor.
What payment plans are available?
The Dental School has 2 ways in which you can pay. We have a 0% interest payment plan and Payment in full

Click on the ‘Pay Now’ button for the course you are interested in, to see all of the options.

Do I have to pay for the course?
This depends upon your employer. Sometimes, the learner’s employer is willing to pay for the course, whereas in other instances the learner will fund the course for themselves.
What qualification do I gain once I complete the course?
At the end of the course, you will receive the post registration certificate in the area you have studied. This is accredited by NEBDN and recognised by the GDC.
What are the requirements to be able to study the course?
You must be a Qualified Dental Nurse and a GDC Registrant.
When will I be expected to complete the coursework?
The coursework will be set on a bi-weekly basis. And all coursework must be completed 3 months prior to the exam, to enable you to sit the exam.
How many CPD hours will I gain?
Studying for a new qualification, does not count towards your CPD.
Do I need to work full time to complete the course?
When can I enrol?
You can enrol at anytime. Our courses start in January, April, July and September.
Can I do more than 1 post reg course at a time?
You can study as many post registration courses at a time as you like. However, it is our recommendation that all learners study one post registration course at a time
Will I be able to take CBCT images once qualified?
No – the nurse will need to qualify in dental radiography first, and then undertake additional training to allow them to expose patients, as the doses are much higher and are therefore more potentially dangerous for the patient.