Courses Eligible for CE Credit

BCCOHP has a variety of options that allows you to earn CE anywhere and at your own pace.

Fees apply to the courses listed below, which can be completed for CE credits. Course fees can be found in the first tab below.

Below is the list of our courses and their associated fees. ​

​Course (Credits)​​​

​Fees (tax not included)
​Avoiding Complaints (3)
$35
​Dental Recordkeeping (3)

$35

​Minimal & Moderate Sedation (1)
$25
​More Tough Topics in Dentistry​ (3)
$35
Save a Life: The Dentist’s Role in the Early Detection of Oral Cancer​​ (2)$35
 

Using communication and dental records to build professionalism and safeguard your practice

This interactive online course will discuss techniques to prevent complaints, what to do if you get a complaint, and how a patient’s perception can differ sharply from your own. It will also challenge you to apply what you’ve learned to realistic scenarios.

The course takes approximately three hours to complete. It can be completed anywhere and at your own pace.

BCCOHP registrants and certified dental assistants who complete the course will be eligible to submit for three continuing education (CE) self-study credits.

If you are a CDA, dental therapist, or dentist you can access the course directly through the legacy CDSBC database. If you are a dental hygienist, dental technician, denturist registrant, or a registrant from another jurisdiction, you can access the course on the CDSBC system by clicking here and creating a “non-registrant” account.

Click here to launch the course and earn your CE credits >>

Troubleshooting

  • If you are having trouble getting the course to launch, check your internet options or settings to see if your browser is blocking pop-ups. If it is, you will need to turn off the pop-up blocker before launching the course.
  • If you need to take a break during the course and come back to it later, make sure that cookies are enabled on your computer or device. As long as you are returning to the same computer/device, the program should remember where you were and give you access to any sections of the course you have already completed.

This interactive online course will discuss strategies to help improve recordkeeping and patient care in your dental office.

The course takes approximately three hours to complete. It can be completed anywhere and at your own pace.

BCCOHP registrants and certified dental assistants who complete the course will be eligible to submit for three continuing education (CE) self-study credits.

If you are a CDA, dental therapist, or dentist you can access the course directly through the legacy CDSBC database. If you are a dental hygienist, dental technician, denturist registrant, or a registrant from another jurisdiction, you can access the course on the CDSBC system by clicking here and creating a “non-registrant” account.

Click here to launch the course and earn your CE credits >> 

Troubleshooting

  • If you are having trouble getting the course to launch, check your internet options or settings to see if your browser is blocking pop-ups. If it is, you will need to turn off the pop-up blocker before launching the course.
  • If you need to take a break during the course and come back to it later, make sure that cookies are enabled on your computer or device. The program should remember where you were and give you access to any sections of the course you have already completed.

This interactive online course will provide guidance to help you prevent problems before they begin, and solutions for what to do if/when things do go wrong.

The course takes approximately three hours to complete and can be completed at your own pace over multiple sessions.

Registrants and certified dental assistants who complete the course will be eligible to submit for three continuing education (CE) self-study credits.

If you are a CDA, dental therapist, or dentist you can access the course directly through the legacy CDSBC database. If you are a dental hygienist, dental technician, denturist registrant, or a registrant from another jurisdiction, you can access the course on the CDSBC system by clicking here and creating a “non-registrant” account.

Click here to launch the course and earn your CE credits >> 

Troubleshooting

  • If you are having trouble getting the course to launch, check your internet options or settings to see if your browser is blocking pop-ups. If it is, you will need to turn off the pop-up blocker before launching the course.
  • If you need to take a break during the course and come back to it later, make sure that cookies are enabled on your computer or device. As long as you are returning to the same computer/device, the program should remember where you were and give you access to any sections of the course you have already completed.

One of BCCOHP’s legacy colleges (CDSBC) presented Save a Life: The Dentist’s Role in the Early Detection of Oral Cancer during the Vancouver & District Dental Society’s Midwinter Clinic. The presentation was filmed and the video has been published as an educational resource and online course.

This presentation focuses on how early detection of oral cancer can save a life. Dentists have an excellent opportunity to screen for oral cancer. The responsibility lies with both general practitioners and specialists alike. The panel discussion is on early detection, which includes biopsy management and sample protection, and the psychosocial impacts of a cancer diagnosis.

The course is available to view free of charge. Registrants and certified dental assistants who would like two continuing education (CE) self-study credits must successfully complete and submit the post test to BCCOHP.

Presenters:

  • Dr. Alan Bates, Provincial Practice Leader for Psychiatry, BC Cancer
  • Dr. Ash Varma, Dental Department Head, Powell River General Hospital
  • Dr. Catherine Poh, Professor, UBC Faculty of Dentistry; Senior Clinician Scientist, Integrative Oncology Department, BC Cancer
  • Dr. Allan Hovan, Provincial Lead, Program in Oral Oncology/Dentistry, BC Cancer

Presentation (running time 1:49:09)

Download a copy of the Save a Life: The Dentist’s Role in the Early Detection of Oral Cancer presentation slides (PDF).
These slides have been provided for personal use and educational purposes only.

If you are a CDA, dental therapist, or dentist you can access the post-test directly through the legacy CDSBC database. If you are a dental hygienist, dental technician, denturist registrant, or a registrant from another jurisdiction, you can access the course on the CDSBC system by clicking here and creating a “non-registrant” account.

Click here to launch the post test and earn your CE credits >>

One of BCCOHP’s legacy colleges (CDSBC) presented an Overview of the Minimal and Moderate Sedation Standards during the Thompson Okanagan Dental Society’s annual meeting. The presentation was filmed and the video has been published as an educational resource and online course.

This presentation focuses on the safe administration of sedation in dental practices and outlines the requirements set out in the Minimal and Moderate Sedation Standards (PDF).

*Please note 
that this course does not qualify registrants to administer sedation.

The course is available to view free of charge. Registrants and certified dental assistants who would like one continuing education (CE) self-study credit must successfully complete and submit the test to BCCOHP.

Presenters:

  • Michael Henry, DDS, Certified Specialist (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery)
  • Krista Fairweather, BSc, RN, Former CDSBC Sedation Program Coordinator

Presentation (running time 32:56)


Download a copy of the Overview of the Minimal & Moderate Sedation Standards presentation slides (PDF)

If you are a CDA, dental therapist, or dentist you can access the post-test directly through the legacy CDSBC database. If you are a dental hygienist, dental technician, denturist registrant, or a registrant from another jurisdiction, you can access the course on the CDSBC system by clicking here and creating a “non-registrant” account.

Click here to launch the post test and earn your CE credit >>



*This course does not qualify registrants to administer sedation.
 Registrants must complete educational requirements and have certification in order to utilize sedation. Registrants who administer moderate sedation must be approved and registered with the College. Click here for more information about sedation qualifications and registration >>