When working in a dental office and handling dental equipment, having an understanding of dental infection control is important to not only the safety of your patients, but also to yourself and colleagues. Our Dental Assistant Infection Control course is intended to prepare dental assistants and registered dental assistants with instruction and practice in sterilization procedures.
The Dental Assistant Infection Control course may include both classroom and online activities such as video, tests/quizzes, simulations, and discussion boards. Instruction includes topics such as:
Graduates of the program are awarded a certificate of completion from Brightwood College. Upon completion of the course, the student is expected to be able to:
The Dental Assistant Infection Control course is graded on a pass/fail basis.
Please review the Admission Information > Applicants for Short Courses section of the course catalog for your chosen campus for details about enrolling in continuing education courses (short courses) at Brightwood College.
Information about the refund policy can be found under the Financial Information section of your campus course catalog.
Note: This is a non-credit-bearing course. Students must not assume that this course will be accepted for transfer credit at another institution. This course does not qualify for Title IV federal financial aid funds. The institution does not offer job placement assistance for short courses; finding a job is the individual responsibility of the student.
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