ORE Part 2 Course
This intensive four-day practical course prepares trainees for part 2 of the ORE examination.
The courses cover the entire ORE part 2 exam syllabus as outlined by the General Dental Council which requires candidates to demonstrate practical clinical skills.
- 4 days
- 24.00 CPD Points
You will gain 24 hours of verifiable CPD, and:
- understand dental treatment planning/unseen cases within specific case scenarios;
- understand core medical emergencies within practical scenarios and OSCEs;
- understand and work through OSCEs within the specified time constrictions and set criteria as developed by the education department.
Days one and two of the course will concentrate on teaching treatment planning with various case scenarios delivered in both seminar and practical fashion.
Day three will focus on teaching medical emergencies in theory and practically; day four will provide trainees with an opportunity to practice OSCEs in the form of a mock circuit augmented by further skills training in the afternoon.
- Dental treatment planning (DTP)
- BLS and medical emergencies (ME)
- OSCEs and skills training (OSCE)
Why should I study this course at the Royal College of Surgeons?
Both revision courses are taught by teachers and clinicians with considerable educational and professional experience. They have passed the ORE examination, and possess in-depth knowledge of the skills required to help you do the same.
The ORE is delivered by a consortium that includes the RCS, with the OSCE component delivered at the college. By taking the revision course here, you’ll be familiarising yourself with the examination environment.
Since there are only a limited number of places available on this practical course, trainees are advised to book early to secure a place.
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