BSc in Dental Practice Management with Oral Health Promotion (with part time option) open evening.

The Department of Nursing and Healthcare [Faculty Science and Health] will be offering a part-time 2 year B.Sc. level 7 degree, commencing this September 2019 and running over 2 years. 

For this programme students will be required to attend one day per week – Tuesdays in year 1 and Thursdays in year 2.

Students must be currently employed as dental nurses with 2 years’ prior learning gained from the work-place.

The cost of this BSc programme to the student is €1,625.00 per year. Should you require a payment plan, please contact John Doyle, Fees Officer, phone 090 64 68135 or email jdoyle@AIT.IE for more information.

Applications for this programme will open in August 2019, please check AIT website.

Inforamtion evening Monday 10th February 2020 6-8pm

Email to register your interest and for the evenings agends

Application process now open for the National Dental Nurse Training Programme of Ireland

This 16 month training programme offers an opportunity to those currently employed as trainee dental nurses to achieve a formal award. Successful completion of this programme, commencing September 2020, will lead to a Diploma in Dental Nursing (Trinity College Dublin) and will permit entry onto the Voluntary Dental Council Register for Dental Nurses in Ireland.

This programme is modular in design and delivery will be supported by video-conferencing and distance learning methods.  The programme will be offered in Dublin, Cork and Galway (regional centres will be available pending the required number of students applying for these centres). We offer distance learning for geographically remote students (outside of Dublin, Cork and Galway areas).

For the Dublin and Galway centres:

Application forms and course outline can be obtained from

For further information, please contact:

Dental Nursing Administrator

Dublin Dental University Hospital, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2 D02 F859.

Phone 01 612 7315; Email:

For Cork, Waterford, Limerick and Tralee centres:

An application form can be obtained from Ms Fiona Grant, Admissions Office, University College Cork.

Tel: 021 4903571


Ms Siobhán Shakeshaft

Cork University Dental School & Hospital, Wilton, Cork

Tel: 021 4901160; Email:

All parts of the application process must be completed by Friday 13th March 2020.

Undergrad Specialist Certificate in Health Promotion -Oral Health

Open evening (specific to the Discipline of Health Promotion) on Friday 28th February from 6–7pm, at Áras Moyola, NUI Galway.

An overview of the programmes will be presented by the course directors and prospective students can meet and chat with course lecturers and tutors.

Postgraduate Open day on Tuesday 4th February 2020 at NUI Galway, covering all Colleges and Schools including the Discipline of Health Promotion.