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10-12 week  Dental Assisting Program

Want to give people something to smile about?

Consider training to become a Dental Assistant at the University Health & Science Center. Dental assistants have a detail-oriented mindset that makes them very meticulous. They are interested in healthcare: they seem to have an innate desire to help other people, and a passion to succeed. The Dental Assistant is a very clean and orderly person, and one who likes hobbies that involve working with their hands.

What kind of work do we prepare you to do?

You will be qualified to become a part of the dental care team that helps dentists during dental exams and treatments. Upon graduation you will have in depth knowledge combined with hands on training of the following qualities:

  • Chair-side knowledge & training in dental equipment, instruments and tray set-ups
  • The fundamentals of dental X-ray
  • Education in dental science and CPR certification
  • Knowledge of proper dental  laboratory procedures
  • Basic dental office administration duties for large & small dental practices
  • Externship in actual dental office

What does our Dental Assistant program offer you?

  • We offer a certificate of completion for entry-level dental assistant
  • CPR Certification
  • Hands on training alongside licensed dentists, registered dental assistants, and dental hygienist
  • We offer a short 10-12 week program
  • Assistance in job placement
  • Friday, Saturday and night classes
  • Scrubs included with school logo
  • Easy financing options
  • The pay scale increases with experience and achieving a Registered Dental Assistant status (R.D.A.).
  • You are eligible to become Registered Dental Assistant after working with a dentist for 12 months.



want to learn more about this program? please feel free to call us at uhasc. tel: (760) 340-3335

CPR, AED and First Aid Certification  

What is CPR and AED?

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an emergency, lifesaving procedure that is preformed after cardiac rest. The technique involves chest compression's, often with artificial ventilation, in an effort to keep oxygenated blood flowing to keep the vital organs alive and to extend the opportunity for a successful resuscitation once a trained medical staff arrives on site. CPR can double the chances of survival after a persons heart has stop. CPR will not restart the beat of the heart; an automated external defibrillator (AED) is required to deliver an electrical shock to the heart in attempt to restart it.

What if First Aid?

First aid refers to the immediate treatment of an individual that is injured or ill. A first aid course prepares individuals to respond in emergency situations to provide general medical attention to both life threatening and non-life threatening situations. This can include wound care, to treating hypothermia and performing CPR. 

What are the benefits to being CPR and AED Certified?

  • CPR can cause a great difference between life and death of a person. 
  • CPR certification instills responsibility to have the power of helping out people in the most difficult times of their life.
  • CPR training improves experience and knowledge, as well as an increased level of respect.
  • CPR is universally recognized by employers in the dental, medical science and nursing field. Many industries and companies can benefit from their employees who are CPR certified.
  • CPR training can empower and provide a level of confidence that can be applied in many other fields of life.

What are the benefits to being First Aid Certified?

  • You’ll be able to cope with an emergency situation.
  • You can assist your family and protect your personal safety at home in the event of an accident or injury.
  • Infant first aid training will teach you what signs to look for and how to respond appropriately in the event of illness or an emergency.
  • You’ll learn how to reduce the risk of an infected wound when applying first aid on someone with an injury.
  • You’ll also know how to help someone who’s choking, and keep them breathing.
  • You can help reduce someone’s pain or the consequences of injury or illness.

Why is CPR and AED important?

CPR gives you the unique gift of being able to save lives to those who have just suffered from a heart attack or a sudden cardiac arrest. Cardiac arrests are the leading causes of death in adults. Each year, more than 325,000 cases are reported. Those who know CPR can increase the survival rate of victims by more than 40% because each minute that treatment is delayed, the survival chances of the victim gets reduced by 10%. Almost 90% of people who suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrests do not live. 70% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen in homes. Only about 46% of people who experience an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest get the immediate help that they need before professional help arrives.

If you are someone who too realizes the importance and benefits of knowing CPR or taking CPR certification, please feel free to call us at UHASC. Tel: (760) 340-3335

Accreditation of Training

Cards are issued by the American Health Association - a nationally accredited training organization that has certified tens of thousands of students over the years.




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(760) 340-3335

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