New website for Healthcare Learning

New website for Healthcare Learning

Healthcare Learning is delighted to announce that we have launched our new-look website. We have also expanded our catalogue of dental courses, qualifications and professional development opportunities.

Our new website is now a one-stop-shop where you can find programme, faculty and registration information. In addition, from our website you can book a free a free telephone career consultation to find the right course for you.

Keep up to date with what’s new from our wide community of students, lecturers and alumni. Over the years, over 1000 students from more than 50 countries have successfully graduated from one of our qualifications. In addition, over 30,000 professionals have come into contact with our CPD. Since every new dentist in the UK uses our eportfolio to complete their Foundation Training, many of our students have been with us since the beginning of their career.

Healthcare Learning is also establishing itself as a leading provider of dental apprenticeships. We can help practices fill dental nursing and practice manager posts from our database of hundreds of CVs. We take care of the recruitment and onboarding process to make recruitment as hassle free for you as possible.

Laura McKenzie, Head of Marketing, said: ‘In response to demand from our community, we have launched new qualifications and learning content. Our new website that reflects this growth, showcase our EdTech programmes and accommodate our UK and international students’.

Dennis Williams, Graphic Designer, said: ‘Our new website has a strong visual identity that immediately tells our story as an established EdTech provider. Our brand is strong and recognised internationally and reflects our progressive, passionate, responsible and inclusive core values’.

Take a tour of our website and find out more about our dental courses and postgraduate qualifications, and how we can help with your professional development.

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