Professional Practice 2 (DENT 2330)

This course reviews, emphasizes and advances quality management skills including time and self-management and professional ethics. Students are introduced to the basic concepts of dental laboratory terms and conditions of employment, self-employment and business management (including profit and loss assessments, productivity and a method for costing production and legal obligations). Students explore personal and market factors that affect a successful dental laboratory business. They will incorporate and present the components of a business plan into a case presentation. Employee management and interpersonal relationships and skills are further emphasized and practiced through role play. Students apply information relating to Dental Laboratory ownership and current professional issues through active participation in classes and seminars.

course outline

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