Enter the workforce with confidence
Graduates of the Denturist Technology program are in demand and work in private clinics owned by registered denturists. Depending on where you would like to work in Canada, you may be required to complete an internship of 1 or 2 years (depending on the laws of the province) and pass examinations specified by the regulatory body.
If you would like to work in Alberta after graduation, you will need to apply to the College of Alberta Denturists to take the provincial registration examination. Please refer to the Alberta College of Denturists website to learn more about their requirements for licensing/mandatory registration and declaration of conduct, which may include disclosure of information related to criminal convictions and professional misconduct or incompetence as well as any personal factors that could impact the ability to practice safely
Upon successful graduation you will be eligible for membership with the Denturist Association of Alberta and Denturist Association of Canada.
Graduates of the NAIT Denturist Technology program are eligible for credit toward:
- Bachelor of Technology (BTech) degree, NAIT
- Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science - Human Science degree, Athabasca University
- Bachelor of Health Sciences degree, Thompson Rivers University