Canadian National Institute of Health
Profile of Career College/Trade School
Canadian National Institute of Health Inc. offers programs that are designed to meet the standards set by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada. Students are trained in state-of-the-art facilities with the latest equipments and in the latest procedures used in the field. The instructors are trained experts who are dedicated and committed to student success.
At the Canadian National Institute of Health Inc., the students are trained well using theory as well as practical classes to enable them to prepare for rewarding careers in the field of dental hygiene and care. They practice in the clinic on patients under the guidance and supervision of Registered Dental Hygienists and Licensed Dentists. The students get to practice cleaning, whitening, learn to use mouth guards, conduct oral examinations and take dental X-rays if required. The students also learn about the application of fluorides and placement of enamel sealants.
Canadian National Institute of Health Inc. also offers a Dental Office Radiography Certificate on a continuous basis throughout the year. The CPR program is designed for all dental staff that are mandated to be re-certified in CPR each year.
The students have to meet certain health requirements such as Hepatitis B inoculation and a two step TB test.
The institution has an extensive reference library that is also equipped with free high-speed internet connection. It has more than 25 dental chairs and about four X-ray labs. It also offers an online free job placement service to its students and it easy access to all areas to the disabled students.
Anatomy and Physiology - Dental Hygiene
Clinical Feedback I - Dental Hygiene
Clinical Feedback II - Dental Hygiene
Clinical Practice I - Dental Hygiene
Clinical Practice II - Dental Hygiene
Computer Skills and Practice Management - Dental Hygiene
CPR - First Aid Training
Dental Anatomy and Terminology - Dental Hygiene
Dental Hygiene principles - Dental Hygiene
Dental Hygiene Principles II - Dental Hygiene
Dental Hygiene Principles III - Dental Hygiene
Dental Materials - Dental Hygiene
English and Communications - Dental Hygiene
Field Placements - Dental Hygiene
Health Promotion and Education I - Dental Hygiene
Health Promotion and Education III - Dental Hygiene
Introduction to Psychology - Dental Hygiene
Microbiology and Infection Control - Dental Hygiene
Oral Histology and Embryology - Dental Hygiene
Oral Pathology and Pathophysiology - Dental Hygiene
Orthodontics - Dental Hygiene
Periodontics - Dental Hygiene
Pharmacology and Health History Assesment - Dental Hygiene
Radiography - Dental Hygiene
Audio Engineering and Recording
Broadcasting and Reporting
CPR and First Aid
Dental Care and Dental Office
ESL and TOEFL
Management, Leadership and Training
Pharmacy Assistant and Technician
- Canadian National Institute of Health