Ordinance On Higher Education In Dental Practice

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om videreuddannelsen i odontologisk praksis

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Training purposes, etc.
Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 content of training Access Teacher qualifications Assessment Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 entry into force of The rules Other full text notice on further training in dental practice under section 2, paragraph 9, and article 18, paragraph 2, of the Act on open education (vocational adult education), etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 952 of 2. December 2009, fixed: Chapter 1 Training purposes, etc.
§ 1. The purpose of continuing training in dental practices is to qualify students for after graduation independently to carry out communication, quality development and coordination in connection with the operation of a dental office and duties in connection with patient care in cooperation with dentists and dental hygienists in the authorization law.
(2). The training constitutes an independent rounded educational courses at the level of an adult higher education.
§ 2. The training offered by the institutions which are approved for this purpose by the Ministry of education.
(2). The education is rated for 1studenterårsværk corresponding to 60 ECTS credits. A student FTE is a full-time student work in a year and corresponds to 60 points in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
(3). The training is a vocational higher part-time education offered as open education, and be organized taking into account the fact that the students are in employment. However, training may be organized as full-time education without prejudice. section 2, paragraph 7, of the Act on open education. The training shall be organised in such a way that it can be completed within 3 years.
(4). The training is organised as delimited modules, see. § 2, paragraph 3, of the Act on open education.
(5). Training must be completed within 6 years after the student has begun training. The institution may in exceptional circumstances derogate from here.
(6). The person who conducted the training, is entitled to use the designation Further trained in Dental Practice. The term in English is Profession Degree in Dental Practice.
§ 3. The institution determines how many students it will record, unless the Ministry of education shall establish an annual minimum or maximum figures for recording capacity.
(2). The educational institution shall establish qualification criteria for selection from among qualified applicants. The educational institution must not, however, apply the drawing of lots, age or gender as selection criterion. The criteria shall be made public.
(3). Provision of training must be advertised publicly.
Chapter 2 section 4 of the Access. The following courses provide access to training: 1) Relevant professional training.
2) Relevant basic education for adults (GVU).
3) upper secondary education.
4) other relevant training on at least the same level as the No. 1-3.
(2). Applicants must have at least 2 years of relevant work experience after completed upper secondary education.
(3). The institution may accept applicants who do not meet the conditions laid down in paragraph 1, but as the basis of a specific assessment is estimated to have educational prerequisites, there can be equated with it.
(4). Applicants alone with a qualifying education, see. paragraph 1, or alone with at least 2 years of work experience can be recorded on a fagmodul of the basic regulation. section 5, paragraph 1, but must have met the admission requirements set out in paragraphs 1 and 2 in order to conduct specialty courses and graduation project.
Chapter 3 Education content § 5. The training consists of 6 modules, each of 10 ECTS credits: 1) 2 mandatory fagmoduler: a) Communication in dentistry.
b) Service and quality development at dental clinics.
2) 2 of the following optional fagmoduler: a) the Management and operation of dental clinics.
b) Oral health assessment and non-surgery.
c) Prosthetics.
d) Orthodontics.
e) Fagmodul within training purposes after the institution's approval.
3) Specialty course.
4) final project.
(2). The objective of the mandatory fagmoduler: 1) communication in dentistry: the student must be able to organise and implement appropriate communications with patients, patients ' relatives, colleagues and collaborators.
2) Service and quality development at dental clinics: from the standpoint of patients, patients ' relatives, colleagues and partners should the student be able to organise, implement and evaluate appropriate initiatives for improving the level of service and quality at the dental clinic.
(3). Goals of the optional fagmoduler: 1) Management and operation of dental clinics: the student must obtain the competence to independently carry out staff administrative and operational tasks at the dental clinic.
2) Oral health assessment and non-surgery: the student must achieve competencies to assess and promote health and prevent disease in the mouths of patients.
3) Prosthodontics: the student must obtain the skills to independently perform duties in connection with the manufacture of fixed and removable prosthetics at dental clinic.
4) Orthodontics: the student must obtain the skills to independently perform tasks associated with the planning and execution of orthodontic treatments at the dental clinic.
5) A fagmodul within training purposes from another training at the level of higher adult education can be incorporated into training after the institution's approval.
(4). The student must be in the specialty cycle through immersion of a self-selected topic within one or more of the implemented fagmoduler obtain a specialized jurisdiction within the subject area and also achieve knowledge of the key concepts in the field of production based on empirical issues.
(5). The students must work with the final project competence to practice on an analytical and methodical basis to be able to take part in practice, close and complex problem-solving processes within the subject area and. on the basis of methods and models to describe and analyze a praksisnær problem and run and argue in favour of the proposal for resolution and action. Issues from the specialized course be involved in the project.
(6). Detailed rules on the organisation and content of education shall be determined in the curriculum, see. § 8, paragraph 2, no. 1. Chapter 4 Teacher Qualifications section 6. Teachers who teach in training, must have skills at least at the level of a bachelor's or professional bacheloruddannelse. Moreover, in addition to pedagogical competence teachers must usually be able to document the business and/or professionsmæssig jurisdiction.
Chapter 5 Evaluation § 7. The compulsory fagmoduler of the basic regulation. § 5 (1) (8). 1, ends each with an external test.
(2). The optional fagmoduler, jf. § 5 (1) (8). 2, each with an internal test.
(3). Specialty course ends with an internal trial with overall rating of an individually compiled written report and an oral examination on the basis of the report.
(4). The final project is assessed by an external test with an overall rating of the written project and oral examination on the basis of the project.
(5). Detailed rules concerning the tests laid down in the curriculum of the basic regulation. § 8, paragraph 2, no. 2. the provisions of paragraph 6. In addition, apply notice of tests and examinations in vocational education (exam notice) and Ordinance on the grading scale and the other judgement.
(7). You use the same external examiners as external evaluator Corps for the hygienist education and clinical tandtekniker training.
Chapter 6 Other rules § 8. The institutions providing such training, draw up jointly within the framework of the Executive order on the arrangements for training in a curriculum.
(2). The curriculum must include rules relating to: 1) the individual modules, see. section 5, paragraphs 1 to 3, a) content, b) teaching and learning methods and c) temporal location, including the organisation of full-time and part-time.
2) Ratings, see. section 7, paragraph 1-4.
3) transitional arrangements referred to in article 6. § 9, paragraph 3.
4) Merit, see. section 10, paragraph 2.
(3). In addition to the rules laid down pursuant to this Ordinance contains rules established in accordance with the curriculum examinations.
(4). It must be reflected in the curriculum, to the educational institution, where it is justified by exceptional circumstances, may grant derogations from the rules in the curriculum, which alone is provided by educational institutions.
§ 9. Changes in the curriculum is done in cooperation between the participating institutions.
(2). By significant changes to the curriculum shall request the opinion of the customer representatives institutions and censor the Presidency, without prejudice. exam notice.
(3). Curriculum and significant amendments thereto shall enter into force upon an studieårs beginning and must contain the necessary transitional arrangements.
(4). Applicable curricula must be publicly available on the institutions ' websites.
§ 10. Successful modules of the training in dental practice by an institution ækvivalerer the corresponding training parts by other institutions providing training.

(2). Moreover, the institution may in individual cases or in accordance with rules laid down in the curriculum of the basic regulation. § 8, paragraph 2, no. 4 approve the already-implemented programme elements, can replace parts of training after this Ordinance (merit). The decision shall be taken on the basis of an individual, professional assessment of the equivalence of the relevant programme elements.
§ 11. The institution provides learners and students guidance on training.
§ 12. The Ministry of education may dispense with notice, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances, with the exception of section 2, paragraph 5.
§ 13. Complaints about the educational institution's decisions under this Ordinance may, when the complaint relates to matters brought before the Ministry of education, see. However, section 7, paragraph 6. The complaint shall be submitted to the educational institution, which shall forward the complaint to the Ministry of education, accompanied by a statement that the complainant has had an opportunity to comment within a period of 1 week. Submit comments to the Ministry.
(2). The closing date for the submission of a complaint under paragraph 1 is 2 weeks from the day the decision is announced.
Chapter 7 entry into force of section 14. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. August 2010.

The Ministry of education, the 28. June 2010 P.M.V.
Torben Kornbech Rasmussen Head/Kirsten Lippert

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