National Diploma in Dental Nursing

Refund and Tuition Fees Policy

Course fees are not refundable if notice of withdrawal or cancellation is received after the course commencement date for whatever reasons. The full National Diploma course fees are payable for all learners who decide to leave the course before completion.

The registration fee for this course is £150.00 and the deposit is £700.00, which is non-refundable.  Payment plans can be arranged for the remaining balance. Please ask for details.

The registration and examination fee of £485 is also payable before the commencement of the course and must be paid before we can register you with the NEBDN.  This fee is non-refundable from the NEBDN.

Course Transfer Fees

If you wish to transfer to a new teaching session due to non-completion or late completion of your E-RoE/Portfolio you may be charged a fee of £700 at our discretion.

If you wish to defer or transfer once on the course, you may be liable for a £30 (written exam) or £150 for OSCE (practical exam), set and charged by the NEBDN.

Placement

The School of Dental Nursing undertakes to support the student in finding a placement by providing advice and guidance, but no placement is guaranteed. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that a placement is arranged within 3 months of the commencement of the course. No refund is due if a student fails to complete the course due to the lack of a placement and a completed Record of Experience (ROE).

Get In Touch

London
Address
3 The Mount, Acton, London, W3 9NW
Phone Number
0208993 4500
Email Address
dental[@]schoolofdentalnursing.com
Reading
Address
80 London street, Berkshire, Reading, RG1 4SJ
Phone Number
0118956911
Email Address
dental[@]schoolofdentalnursing.com

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