The Dental Assisting National Board, Inc. (DANB) is excited to bring this special offer to Dental Assisting Digest readers. Buy one DANB Assessment-Based Certificate Program (ABCP) e-learning course and receive a second course free!
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Promotion code: 1276288015.
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About the Special Offer
Be one of the first to take DANB’s ABCP: Human Resources Fundamentals! Buy DANB’s ABCP: Accounts Receivable now, and receive DANB’s ABCP: Human Resources Fundamentals at no charge this fall.
The first 100 individuals who purchase DANB’s ABCP: Accounts Receivable with the promotion code will have the opportunity to participate free of charge in the pre-test of DANB’s ABCP: Human Resources Fundamentals. The free pre-test opportunity will only be offered September through October 2010. Specific pre-test course participation dates will be provided to the first 100 DANB ABCP: Accounts Receivable purchasers who then qualify to complete the DANB ABCP: Human Resources Fundamentals course during the pre-test phase.
Those who purchase DANB’s ABCP: Accounts Receivable with the promotion code will receive a confirmation e-mail within 24 hours. DANB will e-mail those who are eligible to participate in the free pre-test for DANB’s ABCP: Human Resources Fundamentals in September with login information and further details.
About DANB’s ABCP: Accounts Receivable
Credits: 4 CDE
Dental practices, like any other business, require accurate maintenance of financial records to be profitable and successful. Learn about accounts receivable, develop a financial policy applicable to your office, and demonstrate your knowledge of payment methods, billing stages and communication skills. This program is intended for dental office managers, dental assistants, receptionists, hygienists and possibly dentists with varying degrees of knowledge in the financial aspects of the dental office.
Kathy Begley, CDPMA, has been a dental office manager for more than 40 years, and earned her DANB Certification in 2008. After completing DANB’s ABCP: Accounts Receivable, Begley says, “I was blown away. It was a well-thought out program and very intense. The review was really helpful.”
Successful completion of the course awards participants with a certificate to print; however, the ABCP is not a certification. To learn more about this distinction, visit www.danb.org/learning.