Delivery Mode: Online
Course Duration: 32 Weeks
If you are an international dentist or an intern/post-graduate dentistry student who has finished the four-year dental program and is awaiting provisional registration or post-graduate dentistry student this course is for you!
The ADC-adaptive course is designed to help working dentists and new dentists presently completing their internships prepare for the Australian Dental Council written examination in a more adaptable manner.
If you’re an overseas dentist working, completing internships or a postgraduate student, DCAP-Adaptive is the course model for you. This 32-week course is specially designed to assist overseas dental graduates in preparing and clearing ADC written examination to be a registered Dentist in Australia.
On Saturdays only, students will have two hours of live tutorial session, with all learning materials offered to students who have a busy work schedule that allows them to study at their own pace.
With this course, ADC exam candidates will learn how to strengthen their academic knowledge by understanding the ideas of dental practice in Australia as well as how to use clinical judgment in accordance with the Australian Therapeutic Guidelines for Dental Practitioners.
In order to become proficient, competent, and confident Australian registered dentists while completing their internship in their country of origin, students in this program engage in critical enquiry, test ideas, and generate and expand their dental knowledge.
By understanding worldwide dental practice standards and preparing for the Australian Dental Council written tests, this course will help working dentists, interns, and postgraduate students better utilise their time.
The ADC written examination – Adaptive course is a 32-week exam preparation course that assists ADC candidates in enhancing their professional knowledge and preparing for the Scenario-based Question (SBQ) exam, which is a component of the ADC dentist assessment process that evaluates the knowledge, judgment, clinical skills, and professional competences of overseas trained dentists.
This non-awarded ADC exam preparation course will give International Dentists the opportunity to learn about the evaluation and examination procedures that have been accepted for registration in Australia.
During this course, students will integrate their past understanding of dentistry and life experiences with new information on Australian healthcare systems, and then complete an exam to show that they “get” the Australian dental system.
Students will learn how to read, interpret, and understand the ADC exam questions in the course. In order to answer the most difficult analytical questions on the ADC written examination, students are taught to be ADC-savvy and to execute ADC strategies through a full understanding of Therapeutic Guidelines and Odell Case situations for clinical Dentistry.
To prepare students to be competent, confident, and safe licensed dentists in Australia, the course emphasises critical thinking, idea testing, and the development and growth of knowledge in dentistry.
According to the disciplines and subdisciplines on which candidates will be examined, this course has been crafted and curated to meet their needs.
Each discipline’s specialised topic will be taught, along with educational tools and handbooks.
This adaptive course preparation course is a 32-week online course, featuring live tutorial session on Saturdays from 7 pm to 9 pm Melbourne / Sydney time, to prepare for the ADC written examination. In order to accommodate dentists’ busy schedules, we’ve carefully planned the course delivery time and duration. They will be given access to an online learning management system where they can complete their daily study plan and participate in the live sessions on Saturdays, according to the study plan. This course will be taught by dentists who have passed the ADC exam procedure and are registered in Australia.
To be eligible to apply for IHM’s ADC written examination preparation course you must:
Yes, our experts will gladly guide you through the ADC exam steps absolutely free. However, each application stage should be completed directly with ADC by the candidate.
Yes, with IHM’s DCAP, course, you will receive all of the relevant resources for the ADC written examination. Our well-structured course design, which includes access to an online library, ensures that you have access to all of the relevant textbooks and reference resources for preparing for the ADC written exam.
To be eligible to apply for IHM’s ADC written examination preparation course you must:
After successfully completing the IHM’s ADC written examination preparation course, you will be well prepared to ace the Australian Dental Council’s (ADC) Written examination. The curriculum will offer you all you need to know about the Australian healthcare system and current standards of practice.
After passing the written examination, you may continue your study for the ADC practical examination by enrolling in IHM’s complete ADC practical examination preparation course at our Melbourne campus. For students who have passed the ADC written examination, we offer a four-week comprehensive ADC practical examination preparation course and an online communication OSCE preparation course.
Don’t worry, we’ll be there to help you through the process of obtaining your Australian dental practitioner registration and beyond.
The ADC process consists of 3 stages:
1: Initial Assessment
This stage involves paper-based qualification and documentation assessment.
The different steps included in this process are document assessment of educational documents, work experience, registration history, and a good standing to determine eligibility to appear for the written examination.
|Timeframe||Approximately 8 weeks (not inclusive of the time taken to submit any additional document)|
To be eligible to apply for initial assessment applicants must:
The minimum required qualifications vary between professions.
2: Written Examination
The Australian Dental Council (ADC) written examination is a computer based designed to evaluate the knowledge of science and dentistry practice for dentist. This examination assesses overseas registered dentists the reasoning skills along with the application of clinical judgement according to the dental practice in Australia.
On behalf of ADC, the two-day examination is delivered by Pearson VUE. Exam pattern examination includes four papers each containing 80 scenario-based and single-best answer multiple choice questions. The examination is held in multiple locations in Australia and overseas.
|Timeframe||Approximately 5 months
|Eligibility||To be eligible to apply for a written examination you must have successfully completed the initial assessment process.|
3: Practical Examination
The Australian Dental Council (ADC) practical examination is to demonstrate your Entry-level competencies as a newly qualified dentist to practise safely by as a dentist in Australia.
Practical exam is carried out in two days. The simulation-based examination assesses your technical and clinical skills and each stage has to be successfully completed to become eligible to apply for registration with the Dental Board of Australia (DBA).
|Timeframe||Approximately 6 to 9 months (Examinations are held most weeks of the year at the ADC examination centre).
|Eligibility||You are eligible to sit the practical examination within three years of successful completion of the ADC written examination.|
|Tuition Fee :||AUD $1,500.00|
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