Dental Receptionist Course FAQ
Dr. Tom Lee Dental Receptionist Course is ideal for those who are willing to work in a dental field with no experiences.
If you have
– friendly and positive attitude with excellent communication skills.
– strong organizational skills with pays close attention to detail.
– an ability to work in a team.
– enjoys a challenging position.
– comfortable with computer skills with knowledge of Microsoft office;
this course is perfect match with you.
The course is not eligible for any other B.C. or Canada Student Loans, but you are welcome to obtain monthly payment plan with us.
Class attendance is essential elements in the learning process. We understand that it may sometimes be impossible to attend classes for medical reasons. In such cases, please notify the instructor and be prepared to submit a physician’s note regarding your absence. If possible, the instructor will provide opportunities for catching up on missed work or exam/quizzes, but this is only available during class time.
There is no requirement for admission. All you need to take this course is passion to learn.
This course will be offer in English; therefore, we recommend you to have basic written and verbal communication skills.
Send your written refund request to us at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours before you withdraw from the course. Please note that there is $100 fee charge per class. If you withdraw the course, refund will be deducted for the class you attended already.
• After 10 classes, you would not get a refund.
here is a high volume of demand for trained and skilled Dental Receptionists in Greater Vancouver. When you complete the course with practicum, you will be ready to work at dental field.
• We offer you a job, if you are qualified during practicum.
This program teaches how to use dental software program. But this program does not provide instruction in word processing, spreadsheet or other computer programs. You should be able to easily navigate through a computer, be comfortable learning new concepts and software such as databases, and be able to perform basic word processing to be successful
in this program.
We are monitoring information and recommendations about COVID-19 from regional and provincial medical health officers and responding accordingly. As always, the health and safety of Dr. Tom Lee Sedation Dental Group students, employees, and patients are our priority.
For the safety of the community, Sedation Dental Group has:
-Reduced the number of people in the office
-Enforced occupancy limits and physical distancing
-Posted clear directional and safety signage
-Encouraged reduced service visits through “appointment only” protocols
-Limited outside visitors
-Recommended the use of non-medical face-coverings in public spaces
-Introduced additional hand sanitizing stations throughout the office
According to HealthLinkBC, the best thing individuals can do to reduce risk of infection is to:
-Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water is not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub to clean your hands.
-Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
-Cough or sneeze into your elbow or sleeve.
-Dispose of tissues appropriately.
-Clean your phone twice a day and don’t take it to the bathroom with you.
-Avoid contact with sick people.
-Stay home when you are sick.
The Province has released a self-assessment tool to help individuals to determine whether they may need further assessment or testing for COVID-19.
Additionally, individuals can contact HealthLinkBC at 8-1-1 for guidance. This is a service where you can discuss your symptoms and receive advice about what to do next.