This course will be an introduction to Implant Treatment Coordination. Dental professionals will learn the important values and skills required for successful Specialist Treatment Coordination (STC), through a series of interactive training, presentations and workshops throughout the day.
Delegates will be provided with the tools and capabilities to communicate with patients effectively through various methods. The course will assist STCs in managing patients’ expectations and identifying patient needs; enabling patients to make an informed and powerful choice about their specialist treatment.
Section 1: How to be an effective STC
Introducing confidence building exercises that will allow delegates to become comfortable with patients and treatments. Providing useful communication techniques that are essential to a Specialist Treatment Coordinator.
Section 2: Meaningful Patient Interaction
This section explores the specific patient types and how to provide them with information in the most efficient way. It highlights different patient features, to enable positive interactions and treatment conversion.
Section 3: Essentials for Implant treatments in the practice
A step by step guide on successfully implementing implants into your practice.
Delegates will learn:
22 Feb, 2020 – London
25 April, 2020 – Manchester
12 Sept, 2020 – Birmingham
14 Nov, 2020 – Glasgow
Course starts: 09.00
Course ends: 17.00
7 hours CPD
£195 + VAT
Farisa began her career within the dental industry with Oasis Dental Care in 2001, demonstrating a flare for the dental business, she was quickly promoted to PM and worked her way up the corporate ladder to Business
Development Manager for their specialist division. Her career progressed to advising and working with practices on a consultancy basis in line with CQC legislation, where the opportunity arose for her to work within the special markets sector of the corporate dental world with Centre For Dentistry. Specialist Dentistry has huge passion of Farisa’s and she recognised a gap in the marketing of these specialist services within practices over the years. Farisa has been inspired to develop the Treatment Co-ordinator Training Programme under her own company Amelior8 where she is passionate about sharing her knowledge and delivering a high quality training programme to enable practices to develop their business through incorporating the role of the Specialist Treatment Co-ordinator.
Monica graduated from Baylor University in 2010 with a degree in Psychology. She registered as dental nurse in the UK in 2013, and as a natural people’s person she has found a joy of working closely with patients, and
naturally progressed into the role of the practice Treatment Co-ordinator. Monica takes pride in ensuring patient’s needs are met through listening to them and making sure their journey through the practice is a positive one. Monica shares her skill set throughout this course and showcases how her relationships with her patients over the years has helped her to develop into the effective treatment coordinator she is today.