From Monday 23 March there will be no face-to-face teaching on campus. All teaching and learning will be delivered online, or will be suspended to later in the semester or year.
These changes will be in place until the end of Semester 1, however as this is an ongoing situation we recommend for you stay up to date.
The latest information from the University of Sydney can be found here.
As more information becomes available, we will update the relevant course pages. If you have any questions or concerns, please email email@example.com.
Each of our professional development and CPD dental courses are taught by carefully selected educators and industry experts in a face-to-face format. Please refer to each course page for details on the location, course structure, CPD hours and fees.
|Contemporary infection control
||Online||20 October 2020|
|Mixed dentition orthodontic treatment||Online||13 - 14 November 2020|
|Orthodontics series: course 1||Seminar/Workshop
||2021 dates TBC|
|Orthodontics series: course 2||Seminar/Workshop||March 2020 - February 2021|
|Orthodontics series: course 3||Seminar/Workshop||March 2020 - February 2021|
Many other short course programs listed below have run in previous years and may become available again soon. Be sure to register your interest to be notified when a new date becomes available.
|Practical oral surgery - Sydney|
|Management of deep caries and exposed pulp|
|Safer prescribing in general dental practice - Sydney|
|Safer prescribing in general dental practice - Adelaide|
|Laser training for general dental practitioners|
|Tooth isolation using rubber dam - clinician's update|
|Practical oral surgery - Adelaide|
|Anterior and posterior composites in everyday practice|
|Practical oral surgery - Melbourne|
|Adult restorative CPD course for Oral Health Therapists
Full course terms and conditions are available here (pdf, 96KB)
NZDA verifies, that based on the information provided to NZDA, this activity meets the Dental Council policy requirements for CPD. NZDA CPD verification does not imply promotion or endorsement of the contents of any course. Attendees need to use professional judgment to assess the validity and usefulness of techniques, materials or therapeutic products to their own practice.
To assist graduates of Sydney Dental School in meeting their registration standard for practice with the Dental Board of Australia, we have been providing professional development and training in dentistry and oral health since 1947.
Our programs combine the best scientific evidence from academic and research outputs with the clinical expertise of renowned local and international experts, to assist practitioners in their obligation to provide high quality patient care.
All courses are reviewed by the respective Head of Discipline and Professor Heiko Spallek, Head of School and Dean, to ensure the education offerings are of the standard provided in the school’s degree programs, and compliant with the Dental Board of Australia’s definition of continuing professional development activities.