If you are waiting for our next Dental Assisting class session to start, you don’t have to wait until August. You can go online! That’s right; our Core Programs are now online. Make your learning experience accessible from anywhere at any time. We know life can get busy, that is why we want you to have control of your education, when you learn and how you learn the material you need to succeed as a dental professional.
Brief Inside Look: What to Expect as an Account Manager
Are you interested in the administration side of a dental field? Being part of the administration team, you can broaden your job prospects of what you can do in the dental field. Whether you are interested in working in marketing, coordinating, managing, or working in customer services, you can find a position where you can learn and grow in. Get an inside look at what is an account manager.
Future Careers for Dental Assistants
Like most careers, a dental assisting career can broaden your horizon when you want to shift career paths. When you are working as a dental assisting, you have different sectors you can work in from that isn’t exclusive to dental office and different pathways you can choose to advance as a professional.
First, we want to go over the different branches you can work in as a dental assisting before we discuss possible career pathways. As a dental assisting, you can enter into various departments where you can help dentist that is not in a dental office. You can work in
Brief Overview of Scheduling Coordinator
Get to know another position of dental administration. If you’re interested in a dental career but want to go to school for a shorter time and learn less about the clinical side, then dental administration is for you where you can learn more about the business of the dental industry.
In a dental clinic, administration staff is as essential to the function of dental practice as is the clinical team. This week we will be giving you a brief outlook on what a dental schedule coordinator does. You’ve probably heard of this position before, however, did you know it can entail something different for each industry? There can be a few changes, but we will be focusing on schedule coordinators in the dental field.
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week!! Let Us Celebrate
Monday is the beginning of teacher appreciation week! Although teacher appreciation day is on May 7th, we want to celebrate the week as we welcome our new instructor to The Core Foundation. We can’t wait for you all to meet our new dental instructor who will be taking over our dental assisting program.
Get To Know More About Dental Administration
Are you interested in a dental career but want to stay away from the clinical side of the profession? If that’s the case, you can start a career in the dental administration where you can expect to work in the front office. Dental administration is an umbrella term we use to encompass the various positions you can find while working in a dental clinic which contributes to their functionality.
Before we get into detail about various jobs found in dental administration, we want to give you an overview of this particular area within the dental field. We know it can be challenging to make a decision when you have little to no knowledge on the matter which is why we want to shine some light on dental administration and the type of positions you can apply to at a dental practice.
FAQ for Our Core’s Programs
Interested in attending The Core Foundation, but want to know more about us? Well, now you can! We know it’s important to choose a program that is right for you. There are many factors to consider when choosing your program especially one we want to build our career on now and in the future.
We’ve compiled a list of questions we get asked about our training facility and Core Programs. Now, you can get your questions answered in one sitting. Learn more about what we have to offer and what you can expect from us.
5 Things To Expect From Our Core Programs
What do you look for in a study program? There are many factors to consider when choosing where to study and the type of program they offer. Maybe it’s the location, faculty, courses, or resources and opportunities they have available to their students that make our decision. Choosing a program which can offer more than the knowledge is usually the preference we prefer.
Like any other experience, we want to have a valuable learning experience which can alter the way we learn and obtain information. We all have different learning styles, and even though study programs can’t incorporate all of them, there are some which offer a learning experience which provides us with the opportunities others may not.