Dental Assistant Program

DENTAL ASSISTING IS A LUCRATIVE CAREER THAT NOT ONLY CAN CHANGE YOUR FINANCIAL SITUATION BUT ALSO CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOR THE BETTER!

Our admissions representatives are more than happy to schedule a visit and answer any questions you may have about our program.

We are available:

Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am- 5:00 pm 
Friday: 8:00 am- 3:00 pm

STEPS TO A NEW CAREER

  1. Complete the questionnaire form & schedule a zoom interview with the Admissions Representative
  2. Complete the applicant paperwork which will be emailed to you.  Make sure to submit the paperwork before the zoom interview
  3. An Admissions Representative will contact you if you’re accepted into the program
  4. Pay a deposit to reserve your spot in class
  5. Complete the program requirements and externship
  6. Start your career! Initial Questionnaire

SCHEDULE

The next class is Fall 2021.  Get started today to reserve your seat.  Classes fill up quickly and we purposely keep each class size small to ensure a more consistent and personal educational experience.

ENROLLMENT DATES

This 10-week schedule usually consists of classes starting in September and June.
We have open enrollment throughout the year.

 COURSE CURRICULUM

Strategic Practice Solutions Dental Academy provides training via in person lecture format at our office and in person clinical training at Trinity Community Care clinic.  The Dental Academy Dental Assisting Program is licensed by the State of Michigan as a proprietary school to train students to become dental assistants.  Upon completion of this program, graduates receive a certificate in Dental Assisting.  Additionally, graduates are eligible to challenge two of the Dental Assistant National Board exams: Radiation Health and Safety & Infection Control. 

This program is taught full-time and requires students to be dedicated to the curriculum and class schedule.  Students often have responsibilities outside the classroom and the program has been designed to provide flexibility to accommodate these circumstances.    

The course will run 10 consecutive weeks, with lectures on Monday and Wednesday and clinical training on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  At times, Fridays may be utilized for specific training and students will be notified in advance.  100 clock hours will be dedicated to lectures and 60 clock hours will be dedicated to clinical training.  Students will gain additional experience by completing an externship at a participating dental practice or clinic.  This program offers high clock hours to best prepare students to become confident and skilled dental assistants!

Workshops and classes for personal growth and lifelong learning