PROGRAMME

TOTAL PATHWAY DURATION:  2 YEARS
START DATE:  19th September 2022


Part 1 of the pathway is a 1 year programme, delivered entirely by the Academy and accredited by EduQual.

Part 2 of the pathway is a 12 month program, delivered by the Academy in collaboration with Aston University

PART 1 - 90 CREDITS

DELIVERED BY THE CAMBRIDGE ACADEMY OF DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY

ACCREDITED BY EDUQUAL

1 YEAR

Module 1:  Patient Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment Planning (online distance learning)

19 September 2022 - 6 November 2022 (Half term break 24-30 October)

15 credits

Module 2: Preclinical Practical Skills Week (attendance in person required - Cambridge)

3rd-7th October 2022

15 credits

Module 3:  Implant Prosthodontics and Occlusion (online distance learning)

7 November 2022 - 11 December 2022

15 credits

Module 4: Basic Sciences Related to Implant Dentistry  (online distance learning)  

9 January 2023 - 12 February 2023

15 credits

Module 5:  Evidence Based Dentistry (online distance learning)

20 February 2023 - 26 March 2023

15 credits

Module 6:  Clinical Cases

Beginner Pathway* -  various dates available

Experienced Practitioner Pathway** - your 6 Case Reports cases must be submitted before 30 June 2023

15 credits

YEAR 2*** - 90 CREDITS

DELIVERED BY THE ACADEMY IN COLLABORATION WITH ASTON UNIVERSITY

 

Module 1:  Advanced Research Skills (online distance learning). 15 credits

Module 2:  Research project and dissertation (online distance learning).  60 credits

* The Beginner Pathway with Provided Patients is only available to UK dentists.  International dentists must be on the Experienced Practitioner Pathway

** The Experienced Practitioner Pathway only available to experienced implant dentists, who have independently treated a minimum of 20 full implant cases and have at least 2 years experience in dental implantology.  This option is available to experienced  implant dentists in the UK and internationally.  On this pathway, case reports must be submitted for 6 implant cases before the last day of Year 1 (30 June 2023)

A grade of 60% or more is required in all modules of the Part 1 program to allow continuation into Part 2