Certificate Courses

Non-vocational Courses

Our short Certificate courses are a great tool to upgrade your skill and enhance your earning potential!

Our course offerings are available on weekdays & weekends...

  • Dental Digital Lab Procedures
  • Dental Sterilization Assistant
  • Dental Treatment Coordinator
  • Dental Receptionist
  • Dental Radiology with H.A.R.P
  • Dental Oral Evacuation (Techniques in using HVE system)
  • Home Care Support
  • Phlebotomy Certificate
  • Electrocardiogram Training Certificate

Dental Radiology with H.A.R.P

Admission Requirements

High School diploma  AND;

Dental Assisting Level II, RPN, RN, or RDH, or DDS diploma/degree OR a minimum of 3 years professional experience in a dental office*

*Supporting documents must be provided.

Course Outcome

This course introduces the intra-oral dental assistant student to the basic science of radiation including its discovery, history, safety and regulatory requirements and modern use within the dental profession.

Students are introduced to the equipment and supplies required for the various types of films and images that are utilized in the dental profession. The course will provide the student with the skill to critique x-rays that have been exposed, clarifying the cause and effect of various equipment and armamentaria adjustments.

Patient management will include gaining patient cooperation using a variety of techniques used in the exposing of films intra and extra-orally.

Students will learn how to expose and process films in a safe compliant manner. Students are expected to correctly mount radiographs using anatomical landmarks. 

Quality assurance and the As Low As Responsibly Acceptable (ALARA) principle are also addressed. Federal and Provincial Regulations dealing with radiation are addressed. of radiation

Within the dental lab setting, the dental assistant will expose digital radiographic images using Paralleling and Bisecting techniques on radiography manikins under the direct supervision of the HARP Approved Clinical Instructor.

Phlebotomy Certification

Congratulations on your decision to become a certified Phlebotomist! A phlebotomist is a medical professional responsible for collecting blood samples from patients for medical tests and treatments. Becoming a phlebotomist requires specialized training and certification.

The first step to becoming a certified phlebotomist is to complete a phlebotomy certification course. These courses provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to properly draw blood and handle and store specimens. The courses also cover topics such as anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology.

During the course, students will learn how to properly use and maintain phlebotomy equipment and draw blood from different types of patients. They will also learn how to properly document the procedure and collect and store samples for later testing.

Upon successful completion of the phlebotomy certification course, students will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 1 year. After that, they must renew their certification every year by taking continuing education courses.

After completing the phlebotomy certification course , you will be able to apply for jobs in hospitals, medical laboratories, and other healthcare facilities. , you will be responsible for collecting blood samples from patients and handling the specimens in accordance with the proper safety and healthcare regulations.

We wish you the best of luck as you pursue your career as a phlebotomist!

Electrocardiogram Training Certificate

Welcome to the Electrocardiography Workshop! This workshop is designed to teach the basics of electrocardiography and its application in the medical field.

We will begin by discussing the basics of the electrocardiogram (ECG). We will discuss the components of the ECG and the different waves that make up a normal ECG. We will explore the use of ECGs to diagnose heart conditions and various abnormalities. We will also cover the various ECG techniques and technologies that are used in medical settings.

Next, we will cover the various types of ECG tests. We will discuss the indications for each type of test, the different types of equipment and supplies used, and the procedure for each type of ECG test.

We will then move on to the practical portion of the workshop. We will discuss the setup of a typical ECG machine, how to take and interpret ECGs, and how to troubleshoot ECG machines. We will also demonstrate how to perform an ECG on a patient, and we will discuss how to properly document ECG results.

Finally, we will discuss the legal aspects of ECGs and how to protect patient privacy. We will also discuss potential risks and liabilities associated with ECGs.

At the end of the workshop, we will provide participants with a certificate of completion. We will also provide resources for further study, such as books and online classes.

We look forward to a successful and informative workshop