Apprenticeships are the training programs intended to provide training and excelling the skills needed in various fields. Dental apprenticeships are training programs for creating skilled dental assistants and technicians. The programs need some classroom studies, but more of on-the-job training. Apprenticeships programs are nationally recognized and certify the apprentices upon completion of courses.
Who can get enrolled and for how long? Apprenticeships also provide an earning as helping hands while learning. So, anyone interested in dentistry can after high school graduation get him/herself enrolled in dental apprenticeships programs. Generally, the length of dental apprenticeships programs is 24 months. Depending upon the high school grades, the length of the program may vary.
Roles and Responsibilities of a dental apprentice:
The skills and techniques an apprentice learn during the course become the responsibilities after an apprenticeship as a dental care professional. Major skills learned are:
Dental apprentices on completion of the apprenticeship program can pursue their career in oral healthcare as: