In-Practice Infection Control + Decontamination Training (Dental)

Surgical Beginner

Course Overview

In-practice infection control training – at a time and place that suits you!

We are proud to bring you this course in partnership with Dentisan.

To complete this booking, we will transfer your contact details to Dentisan, to enable them to book a suitable date and complete the training.

Now, in addition to online CPD and the popular one-day City & Guilds accredited course, Dentisan are delighted to introduce Dentilearn CPD In-Practice, enabling dental teams to access verifiable CPD training in dental decontamination from the comfort and convenience of your own practice.

Training delivered by Dentisan’s knowledgeable experts
Convenient and cost-effective education for the whole dental team
Choice of 1 or 2-hour in-practice sessions including practical demonstrations
Awards verifiable CPD to each individual retrospectively
One price regardless of number of participants

Topics within the In-practice sessions can be selected in advance to ensure you are provided with the specific training that best meet the needs of you and your team. These include:

Principles of infection control
Water quality
Instrument decontamination and sterilisation
Personal protective equipment
Hand hygiene

Please note that the prices are per practice, so you will only need to purchase one ticket.

Course Date

Determined by yourselves and Dentisan

Course Fee

1 hour: £220 inc VAT
2 hours: £375 inc VAT

To book

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Meet the presenter

Anne Harris
Anne joined Dentisan in 2015 as their Business Development Manager.
Anne has been in sales for the majority of her career and has almost 10 years’ experience specifically in dental infection control. Having been part of the industry before, during and after the publication of HTM 01-05 Anne has seen a lot of change in the sector:

“There are a lot of practices who naturally seek out infection control advice and training, but there are still those that are more reluctant to take new systems on board. Part of my remit is to educate the whole profession, including dentists and nurses, about how decontamination processes can be integrated with the minimum of fuss and become part of the everyday routines that safeguard staff and patients.”

Having taken a career break in 2011 to do some global travelling, Anne was keen to get back into dental sales on her return to the UK at the end of last year and was delighted to secure this position at dentisan, in an area of dentistry in which she is so interested.

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