Lifelong Learning

 

Health Education England’s Dental Lifelong Learning programme offers verifiable continued professional development (CPD) events for the whole dental team.

We offer regular clinical and non-clinical essential training, with a reputation for providing high quality, good value, relevant CPD for all dental professionals.

We operate the majority of our training from a purpose built training and education facility located just off the A1 at Durham. Here you can find a state of the art Clinical Skills Unit with 14 Phantom head units, 2 surgeries, radiography training suite, decontamination training suite and simulation equipment.  We also have a clinical skills unit at Carlisle Infirmary.

Our flexible training includes lectures, hands-on courses at our dental education centres, webinars and evening study groups for all members of the Dental Team; we work closely with NHS England and the General Dental Council (GDC) to ensure our courses reflect the needs of the profession.

For more information on our upcoming events, please click on the link below:

                                                                     

Intrepid Course Manager Log in instructions click here

Printable calender of all courses to book click here

If you book onto one of courses, contact is via email, therefore please ensure your registered details are up to date.

If you have any queries and would like to speak to a member of our team, please contact us on telephone number 0191 275 4793/4714 or email

Antimicrobial Resistance

The Antimicrobial Resistance programme has been designed to support all health and social care staff – both clinical and non-clinical - in a variety of settings to understand the threats posed by antimicrobial resistance, and ways they can help to tackle this major health issue. This programme has been developed by Health Education England in collaboration with Public Health England and NHS England.

Antibiotic (antimicrobial) resistance poses a major threat to everyday life and modern day medicine where lives could be lost as a result of antibiotics not working as they should. All health and social care staff, as well as the public, have a very important role in preserving the power of antibiotics and in controlling and preventing the spread of infections.  

For more information on safe subscribing, please click here 

Dental Care Professionals click here

Dentists click here

 

Dental course commissioning
As part of our ongoing quality development programme, we are always looking to identify potential new speakers.

If after reviewing the documents below, you feel you have the experience and knowledge required and would like to be considered for future course delivery, please email your completed 'expression of interest' form

Remuneration and Expression of interest form click here