• Practice Dentoforms
    Practice Dentoforms

    Dentoforms are used to train students by simulating conditions they will encounter in practice.

  • Mirror & Periodontal Probe
    Mirror & Periodontal Probe

    Students use a Mirror and Periodontal Probe for disease assessment.

  • Infection Control
    Infection Control

    Students learn to use Dental Dam to reduce contamination during procedures.

  • Instruments
    Instruments

    DATC Students learn Instruments in order to effectively assist the Dentist when chairside assisting.

  • Radiographs
    Radiographs

    Students learn to take Radiographs that are consistent in order to help the Dentist with diagnosis and treatment plans.

  • CPR
    CPR

    As part of the DATC Dental Assistant I Program, Students become American Red Cross Certified in CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers.

  • Dental Office Operatory
    Dental Office Operatory

    Students learn about the Dental Operatory Set-up, Infection Control using Barriers and about the Dental Unit.

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

    As part of the OSHA and Infection Control, Students learn about PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for them and for the patient.  Using barriers and wearing the proper protective items keeps everyone safe.

  • Impressions
    Impressions

    Students learn how to make good first impressions, In and Out of the operatory.

  • Curing Light
    Curing Light

    DATC Students learn how to use and what procedures require Curing Lights.

  • Dental Specialities
    Dental Specialities

    DATC Students learn from local area dental specialists.

 

 Session 18 Students, Let's Get Started.... AGAIN!

Our Faculty and Staff are pleased to announce that Session 18 Students will begin the Intensive Training Course to become Dental Assistant I at Orientation on Thursday, February 15, 2018.

Each Saturday, commencing on February 24 with anticipated Graduation on May 19, 12 students will learn ENTRY LEVEL Skills to become Dental Assistant I.

"Our Team of Instructors, most of whom have been with us since the beginning of DATC, are thrilled to welcome a new group of students. We pride ourselves on graduating students who are prepared for their First Job or their Forever Dental Home, with the understanding that they have just learned what's at the TIP of the iceberg. We have a session that will be filled with interesting lectures, clinical rotations and Guest Speakers, many of which are DATC Graduates", says Dr. Karen Barwick, Program Director. 

Within 12 Saturday Sessions, the students will complete a Workbook of 29 Chapters, submit  Resumes and Cover Letters and be tested at least 6 times including Midterm and Final Written and Identification Exams.

Led by a Faculty with many years in the Dental Industry, we teach the Basics for entering the Dental Field with Confidence and open minds.

"Every practice is different. We will focus on the TEAM and PROFESSIONAL Aspects of the Dental Professional, as well as entry level skills to build a successful career", says Dr. Karen Barwick, Program Director of DATC.

Each week, the students learn new skills that build upon the previous week. By the end of Week 12, each student has Entry Level Skills to use in obtaining that all important First Job!!!

If you are interested in beginning a rewarding career in a growing healthcare field, please feel free to call us 336.223.6080 or email kdbdds@datcinc.com or click here for a Session 18 Application.

 

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How DATC Helps

DATC Will Help You Achieve This Goal! Become a Dental Assistant I over 12 Saturday sessions

  • Train in an actual dental office on state-of–the-art equipment
  • Class size limited to 12 students for individualized hands-on instruction

What DATC Includes

DATC Training Includes Clinical Rotations which involves the following:

  • 30 Hours clinical rotations in more than 20 approved general dental and specialty practices
  • Sit chair-side during actual procedures
  • Networking improves job possibilities

What DATC Prepares For

DATC Students Meet the NC Dental Board Requirements for:

  • Radiology
  • Sterilization and Infection Control
  • Dental Office Emergencies
  • CPR