ADC Preparation Course
In November 2012 Continuing Education in Dentistry conducted its first revision course designed for candidates intending to sit the ADC examinations.
We may conduct this course again in late 2013 however dates have not been determinded and this will depend on the examination schedule of the ADC. If you wish to receive information on future courses please use the link below to send us an email.
For general enquiries and information on the requirements necessary for overseas trained dental practitioners to practise in Australia please refer to the Australian Dental Council website.
Expression of Interest
Please click this link to send us an email if you would like to be notified once dates for our next ADC Preparation course are confirmed.
ADC Course Enquiry
This intensive course is aimed at International Dental Graduates (IDGs) enrolled to sit the ADC final clinical examinations and will familiarise you with dental practice in Australia. The format will cover Clinical Dentistry (CD) I, II, and III components and may assist with the preparation for the ADC clinical examination.
This course will be structured as a series of lectures followed by hands-on clinical exercises given by university lecturers, previous ADC examiners, previous ADC candidates who have passed the exam.
The lectures and clinical exercises will cover:
- Clinical Dentistry I: Endodontics, Paediatric Dentistry, Restorative
- Clinical Dentistry II: Periodontics, Prosthodontics
- Clinical Dentistry III: Oral Diagnosis, Oral Surgery, Oral Radiology, Infection Control
The clinical exercises will be similar to those in the ADC clinical examination. These clinical exercises will be held in one of the University of Sydney state-of-the-art simulation clinics, which is where the ADC clinical examination is held in Sydney.
Lecture notes will be provided. This course will allow participants to identify their strengths and weaknesses prior to sitting the ADC final clinical exam and help familiarise you with the process.
The following will be provided for use during the course:
- Basic instrument trays
- Basic bur kits for restorative, prosthodontics, and endodontics
- Columbia Dentoform models and plastic teeth
- Frasaco models
- You may bring your own instruments (burs, etc)
Prerequisites: While it is recommended that candidates have passed an English test (OET) and Part I written ADC examination there are no specific prerequisites to attend this course.
Course Fee: $4500
Limted to 20 participants