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Clinical Skills Course

Course Duration:
1 - 3 month

20 Students

1600 - 4200 + tax​

NDECC Course Features

  • ADEC stations available

  • Instructor days on Mondays & Wednesdays & Saturdays starting at 4 pm.

  • Compatible with situational judgement lectures on Sundays.

  • Practice morning or evening.

  • Limited to 20 students for a more comfortable work check with the instructor

  • Innovative stations engineered and customized with a head rest, and mechanically adjustable height for practicing in correct positions.

  • Great location with ample parking, nearby stores and restaurants.

  • What does the course include?
  • Instruments and Equipement
    Please download the instrument & equipment list here
  • How long do I need to prepare?
    If you are a new candidate to the skills, we would suggest a minimum of 5 months.
  • What is the NDECC Skills?
    The NDECC is a two component assessment comprising of clinical skills on one day and situational judgement on the other day. The clinical skills exam requires the candidate to pass 8 assessments, one of which is infection control. The remaining 7 assessments are dental procedures (restorations and preparations) completed on plastic teeth. The exam is held in Ottawa and the candidate has 8 hours to complete the projects.
  • Pricing & cost
    Exam cost: $8000 Instruments, teeth, and loupes $4000-6000
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  • 2. I have sent my documents to NDEB & I am wondering when would be a good time to get started with my AFK preparation?
    A. That is a brilliant question. Please contact Student relations to review your situation. Please text+1(4038746890) via WhatsApp. We look forward to welcoming you.
  • What is the NDEB application process?
    This is the first step that all foreign-trained dentists must complete if you planning to become a dentist in Canada. You should start this step as soon as possible even if you haven't completely figured out your immigration process. The steps are: ​ 1. Open an NDEB account 2. Send the required documents 3. Wait for approval
  • 1. I am new to the NDEB process & I need guidance on how to get started with the process.
    A. Please find the link below on how to get started with the process. If you have any further questions, please contact Student Relations via WhatsApp on +1(4038746890).
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    You can edit the title from the Settings tab in the app. If you don’t want to display the title, simply disable the Title under “Info to Display”.
  • 5. Do you have any Immigration/Financial resources available for my AFK preparation.
    A. Please refer to the consultation tab on our website to find more information on Immigration & Financial support.
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  • 4. I am interested in your AFK course & I have a few questions for you. Whom can I contact over the phone?
    A. Thank you for your interest in our AFK course. Please contact Student Relations via WhatsApp at +1(4038746890). We look forward to hearing from you.
  • 3. I am not in Canada right now but I am interested to get started with my AFK preparation. Could you please guide me?
    A. We totally understand your situation & have created an online AFK course exclusively for students just like yourself. Please contact Student Relations at +1(4038746890) via WhatsApp to discuss this further.
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