This apprenticeship offers a range of knowledge, skills and experience in leadership and management relevant to roles in dentist management.
It features a Diploma in Leadership and Management at Level 4 and Functional Maths and English at Level 2. Tutorials are undertaken online.
You should be working in a dentistry practice as a supervisor or manager and should be keen to develop your career within the sector.
You need a Level 3 qualification or the equivalent and should have a good level of English and maths.
The course entails a Level 4 Diploma in Leadership and Management, a Level 4 End Point Assessment and Level 2 Maths and English.
It covers themes such as:
For apprentices aged over 19, there is a 5% charge of the funding - £450 - which is invoiced to the employer.
Resources to support the apprentice are provided.
Tutorials are online so a laptop will be needed to access these classes as well as the One File e-portfolio system.
You can become a Dentist Manager or progress to a more advanced qualification such as Leadership and Management at Level 5.
Taking a Level 3 course in Health and Social Care has left Derby College Student of the Year Lauren Hudson well prepared for a degree in nursing.
High-achieving Lauren, who has just left college with a distinction star, was thinking of studying for A-levels at sixth form but opted instead for the more hands-on course at the Roundhouse.
As part of her course the Matlock teenager also gained valuable practical experience with Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust through the college's Employer Academy initiative.
One of her placements included working as a health care assistant at the Specialist Assessment & Rehabilitation Centre (SpARC) on London Road, where Lauren helped to assess older people who have had a fall.
Lauren really enjoyed her time at Derby College. She said she found the lecturers to be supportive, but at the same they gave students the freedom to learn independently.
She added: "I'm looking forward to going university and I'd definitely recommend the Level 3 in Health and Social Care to anyone thinking of taking a nursing degree."
I'm pleased I took the Health and Social Care course as I think it is more suited to what I'm going to be doing on my nursing degree course at the University of Birmingham. Thanks to Derby College I feel well prepared for starting my degree this September.
For example, my college course included units which are directly related to nursing, such as public health and how to go about finding statistics.
These units are covered in my degree, obviously in much more depth than at college, but the knowledge I already have of them from my level 3 course will be useful.