Next Start Dates
Kingston: May 3, 2021
Kingston: May 3, 2021
The Intra-Oral Dental Assistant program is a 47-week diploma education program, approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005, which meets the requirements of H.A.R.P. (Healing Arts Radiating Protection Act), allowing the graduate to take x-rays in the Province of Ontario.
This course includes a 4-week student practicum during the second semester. The internship is conducted in a dental office during the last semester of the program, upon successful completion of all theory requirements.
The NDAEB is an independent Board endorsed by many dental assisting associations and regulatory bodies. The Board has nationwide representatives from the Dental Assisting Regulatory Authorities, the Canadian Dental Assistants’ Association, the Canadian Dental Association, the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada, dental assisting educators from accredited and non-accredited educational institutes, and the public.
The NDAEB’s mission is to assure individuals have met the current national baseline standard in the knowledge and skills required by Canadian provincial or territorial regulatory authorities for recognition as an intra-oral dental assistant.
KLC College’s Intra-Oral Dental Assisting Diploma program prepares students to take the National Dental Assisting Examining Board certification exam. Successful completion of this exam is required to work as an Intra-Oral Dental Assistant.
The curriculum includes Clinic Theory classes to practice hands-on skills, such as oral evacuation, instrument transfer, rubber dam application, practical radiography, pit and fissure sealant application, coronal polishing, etc.
The Ontario Dental Assistant college education program includes but is not limited to the following modules:
To be considered for admission, you must have the following:
To receive your diploma from KLC College, students must fulfill all course requirements to the satisfaction of school administration. This includes successful course and work placement completion and tuition paid in full.
All students are required to maintain an average academic standing of 70% or better. Students must pass both theory and practical components of the course. Internship assessment will be completed by the host placement. A diploma is granted when all course work is successfully completed.
20 Students per Class