Dental students were grinning at an end-of-year awards ceremony.
Students from the Northern Dental Education Centre (NORDEC) at Bradford College gathered to celebrate their achievements at the Golden Teeth Awards ceremony.
Golden grins were presented to students from the Dental Technical Certificate in Working in Dental Settings Level 2 course for a range of successes including research, attendance and punctuality.
NORDEC is a state-of-the-art dental training and education facility at Bradford College teaching dentistry courses, primarily to apprentice and trainee dental nurses.
The £500,000 facility opened in September 2017 as a joint enterprise between Bradford College and the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and is housed in Bradford College’s £10 million Advanced Technology Centre on Randall Well Street in the city centre.
The centre includes a classroom that is set up as a dental surgery and one filled with phantom heads - realistic open-mouthed manikins that give learners the opportunity to practise in close to real-life conditions. The facility also boasts a decontamination suite and space for lectures, conferences and workshops.
Anyone interested in studying at NORDEC is invited to attend our next open event on Saturday July 6. Book your place HERE.