CDI College is excited to announce that 100% of the graduates from their Dental Assisting program (Burnaby and Surrey campuses) passed their National Dental Assisting Examination Board (NDAEB) exam.
“These passing rates say a lot about the dedication and commitment of the Dental Assisting graduates from both campuses,” said Agnes Yngson, Dental Department Head at CDI College in Burnaby.
“What I am personally proud of is that our students not only score higher on the national passing rate but also on the national first time takers’ average score!”
CDI’s graduates also scored higher than the national average for first-time exam writers, with the Burnaby class beating the average score by more than 9%.
Their Dental Assisting program is the only private dental assisting program in BC to be accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada (CDAC). The program can be completed in 45 weeks and CDI College has consistently seen between 97-100% pass rates on the exam since the program’s inception in 2007.
The NDAEB exam ensures that candidates meet the national standards in knowledge and skill required by provincial and territorial regulatory authorities for recognition as dental assistants.
Schools mentioned: CDI College