HLT55115 Diploma of Dental Technology
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HLT55115 Diploma of Dental Technology

Build your career with pathways to Dentistry or qualify with Job Ready skills as a Dental Technician

  • Upskill in one of the best and biggest dental labs in Australia
  • Gain an employment edge by training with qualified technicians
  • Establishing strong industry links

Yorke Institute is the only provider offering training in a commercial Dental laboratory

Yorke Institute has partnered with one of a leading dental laboratory in Victoria to offer a unique form of training for the HLT55115 Diploma of Dental Technology course.

The partnership with a premier commercial dental laboratory enables our students to be trained by some of the most experienced and skilled technicians in the industry. All practical training will be conducted in a commercial dental laboratory, not a classroom.

The HLT55115 Diploma of Dental Technology has been superseded by HLT55118 - Diploma of Dental Technology . Yorke will transition students enrolled in the HLT55115 as of 1 January 2018 into the new HLT55118 - Diploma of Dental Technology course. For a brief summary of course and unit list please click the link .

Domestic students are not being enrolled into this course

Work experience

Yorke Institute Dental students will be given opportunities to work with our partnering dental labs.

Our students who have progressed to a satisfactory academic and skill level will be placed on a work experience rotation at the dental laboratory.  They will work side by side with experienced and skilled technicians and dental prosthesis on various commercial tasks. They will learn commercial practices through the use of current and advanced technology.

Technology

The dental laboratory possesses every piece of equipment expected of a world-class Laboratory including the most advanced CAD-CAM facility in the Southern Hemisphere. Students will learn how qualified CAD-CAM technicians operate these machines to produce accurate and high quality work in real commercial environment.

The dental laboratory is complete with a separate scanning and milling room where two of the most technologically advanced Milling machines by Wieland Zeno and iMES operate round the clock.

Students will learn how Crown & Bridge frameworks and copings are designed and cut using 3Shape scanners and milling machines by iMES and Wieland Zeno.

      

The dental laboratory is a pioneer in 3Shape Trios Intra-Oral Scanner. With Intra-oral scanning, impressions taken by dentists can be sent via email instead of courier. The dental laboratory’s state-of-the-art milling machines are used to design and manufacture Crowns whilst the models are printed by a 3D printer.

This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply

Course Description

National Code and Title HLT55115 - Diploma of Dental Technology
Cricos Code  091340D
Locations  Level 9,140 Queen Street Melbourne VIC 3000, 1 Allen Street and 6/51 Moreland Road, Coburg 3058
Course Duration 92 weeks ( including holidays)
Entry Requirement 18 years old and above

IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL  550 or proficiency level of Language Literacy and Numeracy(LLN).

Completion of secondary studies in home country equivalent to Australian Year 12 qualification or Completion of a Year 12 in Australia or completion of foundation course in Australia or other countries

Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for entry to this qualification however,
there are prerequisites for specific units.  Refer to the Table of Unit Code below

Intakes

February | April| June| August | October | December

Fees

Refer to the Tuition Fees

Career Pathway

Diploma of Dental Technology

Academic Pathway

Advanced Diploma of Dental Technology

Bachelor of Dental Surgery

Career Pathway

Dental Technicians

Dental Prosthesis

 

Code Unit Description Core/Elective Nominal Hours
CHCCOM005 Communicate and work in health or community services Core 40
CHCDIV001 Work with diver people Core 30
HLTAID003 Provide first aid Core 18
HLTDET001 Construct models Core 55
HLTDET002 Construct custom impression trays Core 80
HLTDET003 Construct registration rims Core 90
HLTDET004 Articulate models and transfer records Core 70
HLTDET005 Construct thermoformed bases and appliances Core 20
HLTDET006 Construct immediate dentures Core 40
HLTDET007 Construct removable acrylic partial dentures Core 40
HLTDET008 Construct cast removable allow partial denture framework Core 80
HLTDET009 Construct crown and bridge structures Core 30
HLTDET010 Join alloy structures Core 20
HLTDET011 Construct ceramic and fixed restorations Core 80
HLTDET012 Construct orthodontic appliances Core 60
HLTDET013 Construct oral splints Core 30
HLTDET014 Repair and modify dentures and appliances Core 40
HLTDET015 Construct complete removable acrylic dentures and appliances Core 80
HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures Core 25
HLTWHS003 Maintain work health and safety Core 40
BSBWOR204 Use business technology Elective 20
BSBADM311 Maintain business resources Elective 15
BSBCUS301 Deliver and monitor a service to customers Elective 35
BSBPMG522 Undertake project work Elective 60
CHCCOM002 Use communication to build relationships Elective 55

Assessment Methods

Assessments will be conducted as part of the qualification, by a qualified assessor who will ensure assessments are valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Evidence collected will comply with the rules of evidence. Where possible, assessment activities will be integrated to reflect industry application and knowledge in the workplace. A range of assessment methods will be used to assess practical skills and knowledge on the unit performance criteria, including:

Evidence gathering techniques

A range of assessment methods will be used to assess practical skills and knowledge on the unit performance criteria, including:

  • Case Study
  • Observation
  • Written questioning
  • Research project
  • Third Party Evidence
  • Portfolio
  • RPL/RCC/CT

Yorke Institute is the only provider offering training in a commercial Dental laboratory

Yorke Institute has partnered with one of a leading dental laboratory in Victoria to offer a unique form of training for the HLT55115 Diploma of Dental Technology course.

The partnership with a premier commercial dental laboratory enables our students to be trained by some of the most experienced and skilled technicians in the industry. All practical training will be conducted in a commercial dental laboratory, not a classroom.

The HLT55115 Diploma of Dental Technology has been superseded by HLT55118 - Diploma of Dental Technology . Yorke will transition students enrolled in the HLT55115 as of 1 January 2018 into the new HLT55118 - Diploma of Dental Technology course. For a brief summary of course and unit list please click the link. 

New enrolments will be issued under the HLT55118 - Diploma of Dental Technology course

Work experience

Yorke Institute Dental students will be provided with work experience to conduct commercial work at the dental laboratory.

Our students who have progressed to a satisfactory academic and skill level will be placed on a work experience rotation at the dental laboratory.  They will work side by side with experienced and skilled technicians and dental prosthesis on various commercial tasks. They will learn commercial practices through the use of current and advanced technology.

Technology

The dental laboratory possesses every piece of equipment expected of a world-class Laboratory including the most advanced CAD-CAM facility in the Southern Hemisphere. Students will learn how qualified CAD-CAM technicians operate these machines to produce accurate and high quality work in real commercial environment.

The dental laboratory is complete with a separate scanning and milling room where two of the most technologically advanced Milling machines by Wieland Zeno and iMES operate round the clock.

Students will learn how Crown & Bridge frameworks and copings are designed and cut using 3Shape scanners and milling machines by iMES and Wieland Zeno.

      

The dental laboratory is a pioneer in  3Shape Trios Intra-Oral Scanner. With Intra-oral scanning, impressions taken by dentists can be sent via email instead of courier. The dental laboratory’s state-of-the-art milling machines are used to design and manufacture Crowns whilst the models are printed by a 3D printer.

Course Description

National Code and Title HLT55115 - Diploma of Dental Technology
Cricos Code 091340D
Locations Level 9,140 Queen Street Melbourne VIC 3000, 1 Allen Street and 6/51 Moreland Road, Coburg 3058
Duration 92 weeks ( including holidays)
Entry Requirement 18 years old and above

IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL  550 or proficiency level of Language Literacy and Numeracy(LLN).

Completion of secondary studies in home country equivalent to Australian Year 12 qualification or Completion of a Year 12 in Australia or completion of foundation course in Australia or other countries

Tuition Fee Refer to Tuition Fees
Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for entry to this qualification however there are prerequisites for specific units. Refer to the Table of Unit Code below

Intakes

February | April| June| August | October | December

Career Pathway

Diploma of Dental Technology

Academic Pathway

Advanced Diploma of Dental Technology

Bachelor of Dental Surgery

Career Pathway

Dental Technicians

Dental Prosthesis

 

Code Unit Description Core/Elective Nominal Hours
CHCCOM005 Communicate and work in health or community services Core 40
CHCDIV001 Work with diver people Core 30
HLTAID003 Provide first aid Core 18
HLTDET001 Construct models Core 55
HLTDET002 Construct custom impression trays Core 80
HLTDET003 Construct registration rims Core 90
HLTDET004 Articulate models and transfer records Core 70
HLTDET005 Construct thermoformed bases and appliances Core 20
HLTDET006 Construct immediate dentures Core 40
HLTDET007 Construct removable acrylic partial dentures Core 40
HLTDET008 Construct cast removable allow partial denture framework Core 80
HLTDET009 Construct crown and bridge structures Core 30
HLTDET010 Join alloy structures Core 20
HLTDET011 Construct ceramic and fixed restorations Core 80
HLTDET012 Construct orthodontic appliances Core 60
HLTDET013 Construct oral splints Core 30
HLTDET014 Repair and modify dentures and appliances Core 40
HLTDET015 Construct complete removable acrylic dentures and appliances Core 80
HLTINF001 Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures Core 25
HLTWHS003 Maintain work health and safety Core 40
BSBWOR204 Use business technology Elective 20
BSBADM311 Maintain business resources Elective 15
BSBCUS301 Deliver and monitor a service to customers Elective 35
BSBPMG522 Undertake project work Elective 60
CHCCOM002 Use communication to build relationships Elective 55

Assessment Methods

Assessments will be conducted as part of the qualification, by a qualified assessor who will ensure assessments are valid, reliable, fair and flexible. Evidence collected will comply with the rules of evidence. Where possible, assessment activities will be integrated to reflect industry application and knowledge in the workplace. A range of assessment methods will be used to assess practical skills and knowledge on the unit performance criteria, including:

Evidence gathering techniques

A range of assessment methods will be used to assess practical skills and knowledge on the unit performance criteria, including:

  • Case Study
  • Observation
  • Written questioning
  • Research project
  • Third Party Evidence
  • Portfolio
  • RPL/RCC/CT

Click here to download “Student Enrolment and Eligibility Form 2018”

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