Improving standards of infection control within dentistry lies at the heart of what we do.
9 infection control courses from Jo Russell
Worth over 4.5 hours of verified CPD, our courses have been developed by Jo Russell of Oracle PBS, who after decades of training dental teams up and down the country, is one of dentistry’s most respected CPD trainers.
Learn at your own pace!
Jo presents the courses on the screen along with powerpoints, progressing at a speed that suits you. Subjects include chain of infection, cleaning day to day items and the role of purified water in dentistry.
CHL using the latest technology
Our courses use the latest interactive video technology developed by Click LMS for the dental market.
Log in or sign up to enrol in your chosen course, answer the questions at the end and receive your eCPD certificate.
Main modules (sponsored by CleanCert)
Procedural Water for dentistry
includes distillers, Reverse Osmosis & potable water.
Dental waterlines & biofilm
including what is a biofilm and how do we control it.
The safe use of chemicals & COSHH
The role of dental rinses
before, during & after dental treatment
9 modules worth 4.5 hours of CPD all for
£19.95 pa, with unlimited access.
To secure your verified certificate, complete the courses at a time that suits you
Is the course subject relevant to you?
The CPD is designed for you to carefully consider your role as a dental professional, and what CPD will give you maximum benefit for maintaining and developing your practice in your current and future areas of work. The GDC encourages you to regularly review your plan as it relates to your role and daily practice.
For the GDC, your PDP must include:
- The CPD you plan to undertake during your cycle, which must include CPD that is relevant to your current or intended field(s) of practice;
- The anticipated development outcomes that will link to each activity;
- The timeframes within which you expect to complete your CPD over your cycle.
The development outcomes:
You must make sure each planned and completed activity has at least one outcome (A, B, C, D) linked. It is possible for some CPD activities to link to multiple outcomes. The GDC encourages you to choose CPD to cover all four development outcomes in your cycle.
|Development Outcome||Example of CPD content|
|A||Effective communication with patients, the dental team,
and others across dentistry, including when obtaining consent,
dealing with complaints, and raising concerns when patients are at risk;
|B||Effective management of self, and effective management of others or
effective work with others in the dental team, in the interests of patients
at all times; providing constructive leadership where appropriate;
|Effective practice management
|C||Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice;||Clinical and technical areas of study
Cross infection control
Medical emergencies and CPR
CPD on quality assurance for MHRA
CPD specific for your daily role(s)
|D||Maintenance of skills, behaviours and attitudes which maintain patient
confidence in you and the dental profession and put patients’ interests first.
|Ethical and legal issues and developments
Equality and diversity training