Dental nurse training: Work placements

Dental nurse training: Work placements


Do you want to work with someone full of enthusiasm?
Would you enjoy mentoring someone who is eager to learn?
Do you need a new trainee dental nurse?

Remember that drive and determination you had at the very beginning of your career? It’s funny, as our career progresses we gain experience, but often that drive and vitality ebbs away.

At Lotus we have huge numbers of dental nurse trainees, who are right at the beginning of their career. Trainees may not have as much skill as a fully qualified nurse, but they make up for it with sheer enthusiasm.

Don’t believe me? Think that this is marketing spin? Check out these trainee nurses who have been on our course in the video below.

Their eagerness to learn and drive their career forward is infectious.

Who wouldn’t want to work with one of these people?

If you’d like to work with one of our dental trainees, even if it’s just for a trial period, drop us a line at

support@lotusdentaleducation.co.uk or hit reply to this mail.


Dental nurse training: Interview tips

Dental nurse training: Interview tips


Do you want FREE staff?

As long as they’re good at what they do, keen to learn, and passionate about the dental profession, then why wouldn’t you want free staff?! Does such a phenomenon exist?

It does at Lotus Dental School! If you’re willing to help our trainee dental nurses pass their qualification by providing them with the vital in-practice experience that they need to hone their skills and complete their Record of Experience, then we have just the solution for you.

Simply put, our students have the drive and desire to succeed in passing their qualification in order to get out there and start making a difference. They are keen and ready to learn from brilliant dental teams like yours and the magic is, you don’t have to pay them while they are learning.

Even better than that, once qualified you will have the option to employ them in your practice and, although there is absolutely no obligation to do so, it works especially well for everyone involved… what better option than taking on a dental nurse who already knows your practice, team and patients and will hit the ground running?

If you’re interested in making a difference to someone’s career in a way that benefits your business too, please email Kelly now at kelly@lotusdentaleducation.co.uk or call 0207 183 4608.
You can visit our website here.


New faces at Lotus

While it is common for many of us to shy away from change, here at Lotus Dental School we like to embrace it and view it as a positive, driving force. While it can be scary, and in many cases a little sad when people leave, it is always best to use change to our advantage. So, with that said, we’d like to introduce you to three brand new, lovely faces at Lotus Dental Education…

Heidi Grimwood, Dental nurse tutor

Heidi’s primary focus will be to provide the dental nursing students at Lotus Dental School with the under-pinning knowledge to successfully pass their Diploma. In addition to teaching, she will be providing support to our students as when required, as well as monitoring individual progress in line with learning plans. Heidi brings a wealth of experience to this role, having held dental nurse positions since 1993, and training new dental nurses since 2013. During her teaching experience, she has consistently received excellent feedback, and prides herself on building strong relationships with her students in order to encourage them during the learning experience.

Iryna Mardle – ROE markerr

Iryna will be responsible for marking each Record of Experience (ROE) at Lotus Dental School, a vital part of each student’s training. This document provides a portfolio of evidence to show that the student is competent in a range of dental procedures. Iryna is a qualified dentist, with an additional qualification in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Alongside her in-practice skills, she has experience in teaching and lecturing dental and dental nursing students, and will bring huge expertise to this role.

Jane Bailey – Dental Assessor & Internal Quality Assurer (IQA)

Jane has an important role at Lotus Dental School to develop and promote high quality leadership, ensuring that all procedures for the quality of assessments is robust and applied consistently across the qualification by each assessor. She will be regularly monitoring and evaluating the performance of team members to ensure that all staff are continuously up to date. Jane has held a number of NVQ assessor and dental nurse tutor posts, and we are sure that her vast experience will be invaluable here at Lotus Dental School.

We’re extremely pleased to welcome Heidi, Jane and Iryna to the team and look forward to the skills and experience that they will be bringing to Lotus Dental School.


Interview/Interviewee tips

In our last newsletter, we provided some essential advice on how to get your CV in order, and promised to bring you some advice on how to nail interviews. Read on to discover our nuggets of wisdom for helping you to interview so well, they won’t be able to say no!

1. Prepare!

While every interview is different many will cover much of the same ground, so it is possible to prepare yourself for it. Questions like ‘what can you bring to the role/business’, ‘what are your strengths/weaknesses’, and ‘tell us about yourself’ are pretty common, so have something well rehearsed in advance.

2. Research

Try to find out a little bit about the dental practice beforehand, what treatments do they offer, are they private, NHS or mixed, etc. Have a few questions prepared in advance, such as what kind of progression there might be for you, or what training they may offer. This demonstrates ambition and a passion for your career.

3. Do a test run

Being on time is absolutely essential, a late arrival will make a lasting first impression – and not in a good way! Do a test run of the journey in advance, check for things like parking or public transport routes, and factor in traffic you may encounter at certain times of the day.

4. Little extras

Wear something smart but make sure you are comfortable. A dental nurse should be clean, presentable, and practical – so wearing sky-high heels may not be the wisest choice for this occasion. While this might sound obvious, remembering the name of the person you are meeting will go a long way towards making a great impression!

In our next newsletter, we’ll discuss the importance of a great cover letter and how to make yours stand out from the crowd!


Going vegan? Kelly’s top tips

In our last newsletter we discussed getting healthy and promised to bring you Kelly’s top tips on converting to a vegan lifestyle.

According to The Vegan Society, ‘veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.’ This means moving towards a plant-based diet in order to exclude anything sourced from an animal in any way, including meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, and even things like honey. However, it doesn’t stop at foods, as vegans will also ensure that the clothes that they wear aren’t derived from animals – so no products such as leather or fur – and cosmetics tested on animals are also a no go.

As you can see, there is a lot to consider when opting for a vegan lifestyle – it’s not just about food ­– so whatever your reasons, it should never be a rash decision, it should be well thought out in order to be effective and maintainable.

Diet

The focus should always be on health, and Kelly truly believes that putting the body under stress or shock is never healthy, so a tapered approach towards a vegan lifestyle is often favoured. Veganism does result in cutting out quite a few food groups, so you should do this gradually to allow your body to adjust.

Many people find it easier to move to a vegetarian diet to start off with, cutting out meat first, and then fish. This means you can still consume dairy products such as milk and cheese, as well as eggs. It’s a good way to transition and in time, once your body has adjusted, you can then think about removing these items for your diet too. There are now plenty of plant-based alternatives available in every supermarket, such as milks made from almonds, cashews, or rice. These are really tasty and you can play around with them until you find the one you like the best. There are even soya or coconut oil based ‘cheeses’ – although we’re yet to find a really good one! Finding alternatives is essential though, otherwise you’ll risk missing out on essential nutrients.

Lifestyle

As previously mentioned, a true vegan lifestyle eliminates animal products from all areas of your life, so you’ll also need to check your wardrobe. Leather shoes, bags and belts are an obvious place to start, as well as any real fur items – although we’re all for a bit of faux fur, just check the label before you buy! Don’t throw things away, instead donate them to your favourite charity shop to help raise vital funds for a good cause – it will also mean that those animals didn’t suffer in vain.

The next place is your bathroom, unfortunately this will probably be riddled with products that have been tested on animals because many of the big brands sadly still use this method (there’s many reasons why, but we won’t go into that). The great news is that more and more beauty and cosmetics companies are facing up to this and we’re seeing far more vegan-friendly products becoming more commonly available. PETA have an excellent list of cruelty-free and vegan companies on their website and most manufacturers will state on their packaging if they are against animal testing. The Body Shop is still a high street favourite, making it relatively easy to purchase plenty of your day-to-day items in one place, without spending a fortune.

Whether you’re currently converting to veganism, considering it as an option, or have followed the lifestyle for a number of years, we’d love to hear your top tips! Just email us at support@lotusdentaleducation.co.uk – you might even feature in an upcoming newsletter!


Dental nurse courses – how to choose the best

Dental nurse courses – how to choose the best


Quick question…

Are you:

i) A dentist? Please keep reading to find out how you can easily take on an amazing trainee dental nurse!

Or…

ii) Interested in a rewarding career in dental nursing? Please keep reading!


Get your CV in order

If one of your new year’s resolutions was to give your career a boost, then you’ve probably spent the past month searching and applying for new jobs. While this is exciting to start with, if you’re not getting the response you’d hoped for it can start to feel a little disheartening.

The problem could simply be your CV, and the good news is that this can be a pretty easy fix! The job market can be competitive, and you never know how many others might apply for the same role, so every time you send off your CV it has to stand out on your behalf.

Here at the Lotus Dental School, we always suggest tailoring your CV to the role you’re applying for. Read the description to work out exactly what the employer is looking for, and then highlight any skills or experience you have that are particularly relevant. Do this for each role you apply for, they’ll all be slightly different so be sure to tweak accordingly.

How long is your CV? Although there is no set rule on length, some say that two sides of A4 is optimum because employers don’t have the time to read through reams and reams for each applicant. Keep it short, sweet and to the point.

Last but not least, make sure it’s up to date! This might sound obvious, but many people forget to include their most recent employment or latest skills on their CV. Don’t just dig out your old one and send it off, give it some love, attention, and a dash of sparkle!

If you find you’re reaching interview stage and not getting any further, then the great news is that your CV is probably on point! What you need is some top interview tips, so keep your eyes peeled for the next newsletter…


Make better use of your time

We’re all time poor these days, aren’t we. How often do you catch yourself thinking or saying ‘I just don’t have the time to do that/meet up with her/start that task’? We’re all guilty of it, but are we really as busy as we think we are, or are we using our time inefficiently?

How much of your day is spent looking at social media sites? If you timed it, you’d probably be surprised. The same goes for internet shopping, watching television, and other menial things like ironing the bed sheets (who even does that?). While it doesn’t seem like much while you’re doing it, all of this time, when accrued, could be used for things that could enrich your life even more.

We’re not saying don’t go on Facebook – it’s a great way to keep up to date with loved ones – perhaps just restrict yourself to an hour during the course of the day, and see how much more you get done, at work, on your lunch break, and in the evenings.

All of this extra time could be used to read more books, take up a new hobby, go to the gym, phone or visit a friend, start your own blog… the list is endless! Put down the iron and go out and enjoy your life, it’s too short to worry about wrinkled bed sheets!


Take on an amazing new trainee dental nurse

If you are you looking for reliable dental nurses with a passion for their profession, we want to hear from you!

At the Lotus Dental School, we have a large number of dental nursing students who are seeking trainee roles in London-based dental practices.

Our students are currently undertaking a one-year National Diploma in Dental Nursing, which is accredited by the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses, and are keen to expand their abilities through clinical practice. You can rest assured that the training they are receiving from the Lotus Dental School is second to none, and their skills will dramatically and rapidly improve when put into everyday practice under your expert guidance.

We offer FREE advertising to all London-based dental practices, by promoting your dental nursing vacancies to our extensive network of trainee dental nurses.

TAKE ON A TRAINEE DENTAL NURSE NOW!

To find out more email kelly@lotusdentaleducation.co.uk now or call Kelly on 0207 183 4608.


Do you feel stuck in a job that doesn’t inspire you?
Are you ready to turn your life around?

At the Lotus Dental School, we want to help you to gain a career and change your life for good in the process. Our founder, Kelly Haggett, knows what it’s like to feel trapped in a dead-end job that seems hopeless, but dental nursing became the turning point in her life and now she wants to help you discover your true potential.

At Lotus Dental Education we want you to find your true calling, which is why we offer a taster session completely free of charge (worth £110), where you’ll find out more about the full course and what you can expect from it. By signing up for the taster you are also eligible for £100 discount if you decide to go ahead and book the full course.

If you’re not happy with the direction that your life is heading, why not give dental nursing a try? The Lotus Dental School National Diploma in Dental Nursing is accredited by the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses, and you can get paid as a trainee dental nurse while you’re learning… what’s not to love?

TAKE THE FIRST STEP TO CHANGING YOUR LIFE NOW!!

Sign up for a taster session here to begin the start of the rest of your life.

‘My Dental Nurse course changed my life’


Take your career in a new direction

If you’re stuck in a rut and want to try a new career direction, it can be a scary leap to take. That’s why it is vital to be absolutely sure that this new path is going to be fun, enjoyable, and fruitful!

FREE DENTAL NURSE CASE STUDY

Here at Lotus Dental School, we want our trainee nurses to be 100% sure that this is the career for them, which is why we offer a free dental nursing case study and a free taster session. This is designed to give you a real flavour of what dental nursing is all about, and if you like the sound of it you can try it out to discover whether it really is for you.

DOWNLOAD YOUR DENTAL NURSE CASE STUDY NOW!

Head to lotusdentaleducation.co.uk/earnandlearn/ now to download the case study, where you’ll also find details of how to come to the free taster session – we look forward to seeing you there!

Dental nurse training in London

Dental nurse training in London


Need a reliable dental nurse in London? We can help!

As a dental practice, the team you have working with you is one of the most important facets of your business. You need great staff to help you carry out your service efficiently and effectively, and who also give patients a continuity of care and familiar faces to look after them.

Finding a good, dependable dental nurse in London is like discovering gold dust, so if you have one we recommend doing your utmost to hold on to them! Recruiting for this role can be tricky business, you want someone who is as passionate about the dental profession as you are, and that can be hard to find.

If you’re looking to recruit high calibre dental nurses, we want to hear from you at Lotus Dental School, because we have a large number of dental nursing students who are seeking trainee roles in London-based dental practices.

Our students are currently undertaking a one-year National Diploma in Dental Nursing, which is accredited by the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses, at a dental nursing school that is second to none. Our students are investing their own time and money into carving out a successful career within dental nursing, so you can rest assured that they are serious about pursuing this path.

We can promote your vacancies to our extensive network of trainee dental nurses, free of charge. If you’d like to find out more, please take a look at our website or call Kelly on 0207 183 4608.


Time to reflect

It’s already November, which means the brand new year is just around the corner. This is a perfect time to look back on 2017 and think about whether it was a good year, or not. What did you enjoy, what could be better, what would you change or do differently if you could?

If your career is called into question during this time of reflection, then make 2018 the year you turn your life around for the better. You shouldn’t spend your time working in a job you hate; life is far too short for that!

At Lotus Dental School, we know what it’s like to feel this way, because this is the exact position our founder, Kelly Haggett, found herself in before she discovered dental nursing – a career that completely changed her life. That’s why she works so hard to promote this path to others, in a bid to help them find new happiness.

We’re currently offering a free, downloadable case study where you can learn all about Erika Osztás’ inspiring journey to become a dental nurse. You’ll also discover how you too could earn while you learn, and as an added bonus you can even come and try a free class to see if dental nursing is for you. Just click here to download Erika’s story now!


What’s happening in our world?
Mouth Cancer Action Month

November is officially Mouth Cancer Action Month, a campaign by the Oral Health Foundation that aims to raise awareness of this devastating disease.

From 1-30 November, dental practices are encouraged to get involved by educating patients on the signs and symptoms to be aware of; and we are perfectly placed within our profession to be able to do this.

Practices who register will receive posters that can be displayed in the patient waiting areas, along with other resources like leaflets and self-examination check lists that can be purchased from the campaign’s online store, here.

As a dental nurse you can play a huge part in oral health education, as patients will often feel able to approach you with their questions, so use Mouth Cancer Action Month as a means of raising awareness and potentially saving more lives!


Do you feel stuck in a job that doesn’t inspire you?
Are you ready to turn your life around?

At the Lotus Dental School, we want to help you to gain a career and change your life for good in the process. Our founder, Kelly Haggett, knows what it’s like to feel trapped in a dead-end job that seems hopeless, but dental nursing became the turning point in her life and now she wants to help you discover your true potential.

At Lotus Dental Education we want you to find your true calling, which is why we offer a taster session completely free of charge (worth £110), where you’ll find out more about the full course and what you can expect from it. By signing up for the taster you are also eligible for £100 discount if you decide to go ahead and book the full course.

If you’re not happy with the direction that your life is heading, why not give dental nursing a try? The Lotus Dental School National Diploma in Dental Nursing is accredited by the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses, and you can get paid as a trainee dental nurse while you’re learning… what’s not to love? Sign up for a taster session here to begin the start of the rest of your life.

‘My Dental Nurse course changed my life’


Kelly’s top tips…
How to create a CV that employers can’t ignore!

Finding that dream role is thrilling but once your application is in, there’s that nail biting period of waiting to hear back. So how can you maximise your chances of securing that perfect job? Well, the first place to start is by creating a knock out CV that potential employers just can’t ignore.

Here are Kelly’s top tips to creating a super CV that will make you stand out from the crowd…

• Do your research – Make the most of the skills that are relevant to your potential new employer, if they do they do lots of community work then shout about any voluntary experience you have. If they are a high-end private practice then highlight any employment you have had in a similar luxury setting. The trick is to tailor your CV to both the role and the employer.

• Short and sweet – Keep it to two pages, and that’s the maximum! Employers may receive lots of applications and they simply don’t have time to read tons of information, so keep your CV punchy and to the point. Make the most of any experience relevant to the role you’re applying for, and keep everything else to a minimum.

• Get creative – An attractively designed CV is going to stand out from the crowd. It can be worthwhile investing in a good template from somewhere like Adobe Stock Templates or similar. When designing your CV, don’t cram in lots of text, as this can be hard to read, instead use white space and bullet points to attract attention.

• The personal touch – Including a photograph will immediately give your application a more personable feel, just make sure it’s a professional headshot and not your favourite selfie!

• Check it – Then check it again, and get someone else to read over it, too. Poor spelling and grammar can be a real turn off for potential employers, so take the time to ensure that yours is spot on.

How to find a dental nursing job

How to find a dental nursing job


Calling all London dental practices!

Are you looking for reliable dental nurses with a passion for their profession? If so, we want to hear from you!

At the Lotus Dental School, we have a large number of dental nursing students who are seeking trainee roles in London-based dental practices.

Our students are currently undertaking a one-year National Diploma in Dental Nursing, which is accredited by the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses, and are keen to expand their abilities through clinical practice. You can rest assured that the training they are receiving from the Lotus Dental School is second to none, and their skills will dramatically and rapidly improve when put into everyday practice under your expert guidance.

We offer FREE advertising to all London-based dental practices, by promoting your dental nursing vacancies to our extensive network of trainee dental nurses. If you’d like to find out more, please take a look at our website or call Kelly on 0207 183 4608.


Do you feel stuck in a job that doesn’t inspire you?
Are you ready to turn your life around?

At the Lotus Dental School, we want to help you to gain a career and change your life for good in the process. Our founder, Kelly Haggett, knows what it’s like to feel trapped in a dead-end job that seems hopeless, but dental nursing became the turning point in her life and now she wants to help you discover your true potential.

At Lotus Dental Education we want you to find your true calling, which is why we offer a taster session completely free of charge (worth £110), where you’ll find out more about the full course and what you can expect from it. By signing up for the taster you are also eligible for £100 discount if you decide to go ahead and book the full course.

If you’re not happy with the direction that your life is heading, why not give dental nursing a try? The Lotus Dental School National Diploma in Dental Nursing is accredited by the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses, and you can get paid as a trainee dental nurse while you’re learning… what’s not to love? Sign up for a taster session here to begin the start of the rest of your life.

‘My Dental Nurse course changed my life’


What’s happening in our world?
Illegal tooth whitening is still rife

A poll carried out by the Oral Health Foundation has revealed that thousands of Brits have admitted to having their teeth whitened by illegal, untrained providers.

Dr Nigel Carter OBE, CEO of the Oral Health Foundation said: ‘When done incorrectly, tooth whitening can lead to severe chemical burns and the possibility of permanent scarring, tooth loss and in extreme cases affect the ability to eat and even breath.’

Since 2011, tooth whitening has been considered the practice of dentistry, deeming it illegal for anyone other than a qualified, sufficiently trained, and registered dental professional to carry it out.

Although dental nurses are not allowed to administer tooth whitening treatment, but they can assist in the creation of dental trays for home whitening and also spread the message and build awareness among the public about who they should turn to for professional treatment.


Looking for a star teacher

We’re looking for a teacher to teach the NEBDN diploma course for Dental Nurses for our school in Whitechapel East London.

Candidates must have experience delivering the NEBDN syllabus.

We pay above the going rate for experienced teachers, and have a friendly helpful team to support you also.

At present we are looking for someone who can work Thursdays and Saturdays, but are also considering other days and times.

We have been operating now for 5 years with a high pass rate.

The company is owned by a UK qualified Dental Nurse called Kelly Haggett.

She has been in the industry for 20 years and works hard on finding jobs for all her students.

Please get in touch if this sounds like the job for you.

Please email kelly@lotusdentaleducation.co.uk

Please only apply if you have taught the NEBDN syllabus before.
Anyone without experience will automatically not be considered.


Kelly’s top tips…

How to get a trainee dental nursing job

Becoming a dental nurse will set you on the path of a wonderful career with lots of opportunities to progress within your role, work at different practices, and give something back to your community. It’s a fabulous journey, and one that I have enjoyed for many reasons (we’ll talk about those in a later newsletter)!

Once you have taken the decision to become a dental nurse, how on earth do you go about getting a job? Well, first things first you need to get the right training firmly under your belt. Enrol yourself on a NEBDN Diploma in Dental Nursing course with an approved provider. If you’re not sure whether they are legitimate or not, simply check to see if they are listed here: http://nebdn.org/where-can-i-study. If not, I suggest very swiftly averting your attentions to a provider who is on that list!

My top tip is to be very wary of any college that promises you a job at the end of your training, this is false advertising and I often find that these establishments are simply after your money; the only person who can guarantee you a job is a dental practice owner. At Lotus Dental Education, we have a good network of dental practices that advertise vacancies exclusively for our students, so although we cannot guarantee you a job, we do promise to bring lots of opportunities your way. However, the rest is down to you…

Here’s what you need to have in place 

Update your CV! As obvious as this sounds, many people forget to do this and then panic and rush it to apply for a job. Spend some quality time on this, it’s the first thing a potential new employer is going to see about you and it’s vital to make a great first impression, even on paper. That said, I think it’s a nice touch to include a nice, smiling photo of yourself to your CV. This makes you look personable and approachable, which are key attributes for your new role working with the public.

It is also very important to have your Hepatitis B vaccination in hand because this is a requirement before you can start working as a dental nurse.

Where to start your search

– Register with dental recruitment companies in London

– Register with Indeed – https://www.indeed.co.uk

– Register with Gumtree – https://www.gumtree.com

– Join the Facebook group Dental Nurse, and Advice Forum, as they have plenty of jobs on there – https://www.facebook.com/groups/474468782705623/?fref=ts

How to make a millions working as a Dental Nurse

How to make a millions working as a Dental Nurse

This looks like the kind of idiotic post you see all over the internet, the link bate designed to hook you in.  “How to get perfect abs in 5 minutes a day”  “how to make a million dollars from home” etc etc.  Stick with me though, it is possible and the title is there to make a point.

Think about a job that no matter how good you get at it, you’ll only make minimum wage.  Let’s take the job of the supermarket trolley pusher.  It doesn’t matter how good you get at pushing trolleys, you’ll never make your millions.

Here is why:

  1. Do you need any skills or experience to get this job?:  No
  2. Who can do this job: Anyone
  3. Is there any career progression: No

As a general rule, the more barriers to entry there are, i.e the more requirements to get a job, the more likely you are to get paid well.

Let’s look at that same set of questions for Dental Nursing

  1. Do you need any skills or experience to get this job?:  Yes, you must be on a recognised course.
  2. Who can do this job: Only those who have studied to be a Dental Nurse.
  3. Is there any career progression: Yes.

Okay, so that gets us some skills, not everyone can do this job, and therefore employers have to pay more money to someone with this skill set.  It’s still not going to make you millions though, but I’ll get to that.

The first stage on the road to earning more money and generating a successful career is gaining skills.  These skills differentiate you from every other job seeker out there.  At lotus we run a year long course and at the end of it you’ll be a fully qualified dental nurse, and since you’ll be working alongside taking the course, you’ll also have experience.

Hang on, you might be thinking, we started out talking about making a million and now we are talking about spending out, paying to join a course, we are going backwards!

The thing is, it is an investment, and investment in you and your skill set.

There are lots of things you could buy instead with this money: the latest iphone, a new handbag, a used car (not a very good one, the course is quite cheap).

However, the problem with all of these items is that they are declining assets.  Each year the item will be worth less than the last.  In five or six years time the iphone will be worth zero, the bag might still be worth a few quid if you treated it well, and the car will certainly worth nothing.

When you spend out on yourself, on your education, that asset grows. Let’s stay you start out as a dental nurse trainee and earn 20k each year whilst studying.  By the time you have finished the course you have one year’s experience and a qualification and so your salary increases to 25k and a year after that with 2 years experience you make 30k.

After two years of working in a specific industry like Dentistry you’ll have learnt a lot.  So where next?  You could invest more in your career and do a course in hygiene and become a dental hygienist. The business side of dentistry might interest you and you could go on to manage practices, eventually you could run your own dental business.

If you think there is no money in dentistry, take a look down Harley Street.

Realistically, making a successful career for yourself is about gaining skills and about being respected for doing something that you are good at.  Money does come with that, but it’s just a bi-product.  If you are great at doing something, you’ll enjoy it, and people will pay extra to get someone who good at what they do.

If this sounds like nonsense, I urge you take a look the testimonial videos.  These people are all in the early stages of their career and already the changes are starting to happen.

Dental nursing: Lotus Dental School is an amazing place to be

Dental nursing: Lotus Dental School is an amazing place to be

Beth, from Kenya, has been in the UK for a year.

She says she loves working as Dental Nurse and loves the responsibility that comes with it.

She is aiming to become a dental hygienist.

She says she loves working as a Dental Nurse.

“It’s something I dream of doing every day. I just sleep and wish I go to the next day and do it!”

‘We love our new career’

‘We love our new career’

Three students of Lotus Dental School explain how their National Diploma in Dental Nursing Course has changed their life.

They all say that, before they began training to be a dental nurse, they spent years working in jobs they didn’t really enjoy.

They say the course has transformed their life, that they have enjoyed getting paid while they learn…

… and that they are now earning a good wage helping other people in a job they love.

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