Founded in 2001, IPC is a Las Vegas-based institution that focuses exclusively on the Dental Assistant field. As a result, IPC produces dental assistants with the required training and skills for an entry-level position in the dental office.
H assle-free, simple and straightforward admissions process
A ccredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
N urturing faculty that give students personalized focus and attention
D eveloping additional dental assistant skills during 185 hours of externship experience
S tudent support services, including tutoring and financial aid
O n-site job placement services that will help you start your career after graduation
N ow Enrolling for Classes!
Employment of dental assistants is projected to grow 25 percent from 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations. Ongoing research linking oral health and general health will likely continue to increase the demand for preventive dental services.
Dental Assistants work in a professional healthcare environment and are an integral part of the daily operations of the dental office and patient care. You’ll assist the dentist during procedures, x-ray, chairside assisting, advanced functions and other pertinent skills.
Institute of Professional Careers offers:
• An emphasis on hands-on learning
• Course completion in just 8 months
• Competitive tuition
• 185 hours of externship experience
• 565 hours of anatomy and physiology, clinical procedures and theoretical study
• Recognition by local employers
• Experienced and qualified instructors
• Personalized instruction in a friendly, student-focused environment
• Financial Aid (to those who qualify)
• Job Placement Assistance
Institute of Professional Careers focuses on getting you out of the classroom and into an environment that reflects an actual dental practice. This makes learning more fun – and our students career-ready.
IPC’s curriculum requires students to complete 185 hours in a local dental office. That means you’ll not only learn in the classroom, but learn in a way that’s interactive, engaging and fun.
• More opportunity to talk to other dental assistants who are actually working in the field
• The chance to make contacts for potential employment
• Greater employability by demonstrating the dental assistant skills you’ve learned
Disclosure and Reporting – Dental Assistant Program
The SOC Code reflects the Standard Occupation Classification for Dental Assistants, which this program generally prepares students to enter. For government data regarding occupations, please navigate to the following link.
Dental Assistant SOC Code – 31-9091