Live Online Virtual Classroom

London Academy of Dental Nurse Training

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    Virtual interactive online classroom for dental nurses

    At home and looking for a new career? Become a professional dental nurse with our online live interactive course.

    SmileWisdom provides a high quality LIVE online virtual classroom system available on your laptop, desktop or mobile devises – you can join from anywhere in the world!  

    Some of the benefits for joining our live online lectures:

    • You can join your lectures from work or home! You never have to miss out.
    • Benefit from the same high standards of learning and support you would if it was face to face.
    • No commuting – which saves you time and money.
    • You can replay your lectures. Our online virtual lectures are recorded so you can access information and lectures again and again! This feature is fantastic and helpful for revision when it comes to exam preparation
    • Accessible information. All of the ‘handouts’ are stored on our virtual platform, so you can keep organised and not worry about losing vital information.
    • Our classes are fully interactive – if you want to make a comment or ask a question you can type on the ‘live chat’ or turn on your microphone and speak directly to your tutor and your classmates.
    • You can choose to activate your camera so that your tutor and classmates can see you too.
    • You will see your tutor and any material like PowerPoint presentations or the clipboard.
    • Easy to use. When you join you simply need to download our free ‘lecture app’ and use your login and password. Once logged in to your allotted lecture time you will see your tutor and fellow classmates and your lecture will begin.


    OPTION-01: – Live online course start dates:
    Live online course. Start dates : All SmileWisdom online classes are with a qualified and experienced tutor.

    1. Monday 08 April 2024  – DNO58
      6.30pm to 8.30pm (One 2 hour class every week with Karolina Adamska)
    2. Saturday 20 April 2024  – DNO59
      10.00am to 12.00pm (One 2 hour class every week with Perminder Kaur)
    3. Monday 13 May 2024  – DNO60
      6.00pm to 8.00pm (One 2 hour class every week with Deborah Halter)
    4. Sunday 19 May 2024  – DNO61
      1.00pm to 5.00pm (One 4 hour class every week with Perminder Kaur)
    5. Friday 07 June 2024  – DNO62
      9.00am to 1.00pm (One 4 hour class every week with Karolina Adamska)
    6. Tuesday 11 June 2024  – DNO63
      6.00am to 8.00pm (One 2 hour class every week with Perminder Kaur)
    7. Wednesday 17 July 2024  – DNO64
      6.00pm to 8.00pm (One 2 hour class every week with Perminder Kaur)
    8. Sunday 28 July 2024  – DNO65
      10.00am to 12.00pm (One 2 hour class every week with Perminder Kaur)

    NOTE: – Each class is the same day and time as the first class.

    OPTION-02: – 100% face to face:
    100% face to face – classroom based for all lectures with a qualified and experienced tutor.

    1. Thursday 11 April 2024 – DNF13
      9.30am to 1.30pm  (One 4 hour class every two weeks with Perminder Kaur)
    2. Thursday 9 May 2024 – DNF14
      2.00pm to 6.00pm  (One 4 hour class every two weeks with Perminder Kaur)
    3. Thursday 13 June 2024 – DNF15
      9.00am to 1.00pm  (One 4 hour class every two weeks with Dr Liz Moran)
    4. Thursday 18 July 2024 – DNF16
      9.00am to 1.00pm  (One 4 hour class every two weeks with Sarah Hussey)

    NOTE: – Each class is every 2 weeks for 4 hours on Thursday at the same time as the first class. We are based at The British Dental Association (BDA). 64 Wimpole St. London, W1G 8YS.

    Please see our Terms & Conditions – HERE


    Once enrolled on the course you can start working as a Trainee / Student Dental Nurse immediately. A typical salary would be £8 to £12 per hour.

    The Diploma in Dental Nursing is a part time course with 36 topics spread over one year. Most students start the course, and then look for their trainee dental nurse position.

    Ideally, in order to keep on track you need to be working in a dental practice within the first 3 months of starting the course. To assist you we have a dedicated jobs manager Joshtyn Williams (  0207 205 2299), who will help you find a job as a dental nurse. We will help you create a great CV, plus how best to apply for jobs, and then being successful at your interview. Please see this link to SmileWisdom recruitment hints and tips.

    Before you can work in the dental practice, you must have a Hepatitis B vaccine. You can however start the course without this vaccination. We urge you to get your vaccination as soon as possible once you have enrolled on the course. (Google ‘Hep B near me’).


    The total fee for your course is £1,695 (incl. VAT). There is a payment plan available. The first payment is a deposit of £175 once your application has been accepted. You can pay the remaining balance in 9 monthly equal instalments of £169.00.

    In addition, the NEBDN examination fee is £485.00 which is payable when you apply for your eRoE (electronic Record of Experience). This is typically a few weeks after you start work as a dental nurse

    Please see our Ts&Cs 

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    Through experience and credibility, we enhance the careers of dental nurses & practice support staff with training and resourcing, and e-CPD for all dental professionals;

    delivered with dedication and passion!

    • Be dedicated to the training and education of dental professionals
    • Be run solely by dental professionals for dental professionals with the highest possible standards of tuition
    • Provide the highest possible training and education for dental professionals in a small class environment.
    • Provide a positive learning environment

    SmileWisdom has an impressive pass rate for the NEBDN Diploma in Dental Nursing London.

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