It’s around about now that dental clinics around the country start to plan for the coming year, factoring investing in new equipment, offering new treatments, and, of course, making sure everyone gets their quota of dental CDP in Watford (London) or Birmingham.
Whether you are a nurse, a technician, a hygienist, a therapist or a dentist, you will need to complete 50-100 hours of continuing professional development every 5 years in order to retain your registrations with the General Dental Council.
If your dental clinic has, say, 4 dentists, 2 hygienists, 2 nurses and a technician that’s a lot of hours of CPD each to fit in around patients and it can be hard to make sure there is always a full complement of dental staff on hand. It’s also a lot to pay for and one way to reduce costs and time away from the clinic is to book dental CPD in Watford (London) and Birmingham with Wisbora Conferences.
At Wisbora Conferences, we know how hard it is to take time off for dental CPD and so we run our training events on Saturdays.
For example, in March we have a great one -ay conference in Watford called Tips and Tricks For Everyday Practice From All Specialities. It covers periodontics, orthodontics, paediatric dentistry, oral surgery, prosthodontics, implants and endodontics. Your whole team of dentists could come along for a group CPD day. One ticket costs £95 and the day earns you each 7 hours of CPD accreditation.
As well as bringing your Core CPD up to date, we also have days covering important topics to help your clinic run more smoothly. These include:
- NHS Rules and Regulations
- Preparing for a CQC inspection
- Effective leadership/management
- Dental Accounting
- Dentist Income Protection
- Improving your private potential
- medical emergencies hands on and BLS training
- Safeguarding for children and vulnerable adults level 2
- Complaints handling.
Our dental CPD in Watford events are all run in a seminar style, so everyone gets to share their knowledge. We also have networking time so you get to make new contacts and catch up with those already made at previous events.