Are you an internationally qualified Dentist seeking a career in the UK?
We are looking to support dentists who have passed the Overseas Registration Exam (ORE) to work at the United Kingdom’s prestigious largest dentistry care provider, who are committed to providing the most up-to-date treatments and assisting the nation in improving their oral health.
To practice as a dentist in the UK you must register with the General Dental Council (GDC) and the first step is to familiarise yourself with the Overseas Registration Exam (ORE).
What is the ORE?
The ORE tests the clinical skills and knowledge of dentists whose qualifications are not recognised in the UK. Candidates are expected to meet or exceed the standard of a ‘just passed’ UK BDS graduate.
A candidate is expected to be able to show competence, knowledge and familiarity in the different aspects of dentistry.
Both parts of the exam are mapped to learning outcomes and a candidate could be tested on any dentistry aspects in this document.
The exam uses modern assessment methods to ensure a robust and consistent exam. The exam has two parts.
Part 1 is a written exam designed to test application of knowledge to clinical practice
Part 2 is a clinical exam designed to demonstrate practical clinical skills
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Once you have sucessfully completed the ORE you will be able to register with the GDC. The team at Insignia Global Partners will hand hold all candidates through the recruitment and HR process to ensure a smooth and sucessful outcome for you to be able to practice in the UK.
Evidence of English Language – Candidates must demonstrate their English language evidence. You can do this by clicking here and reviewing what applies uniquely to your circumstances.
Full registration is available to the following people:
Those with a recognised UK dental qualification.
Those who have successfully passed the ORE or LDS.
Those with a recognised overseas diploma gained before 01/01/01 from Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia with the exception of BChD MEDUNSA, BDS awarded between 01/01/97 to 31/12/00 and BChD Western Cape awarded before 31/12/97.
Individuals with a relevant European diploma listed under V.3. Annex V of Directive 2005/36/EC at 11pm GMT on 31 December 2020
If you are looking for an employer who will provide you with exceptional training, high-quality inductions, and mentorship to help you provide the best patient care possible while growing your career, then register your interest today.
Relocation assistance of up to £6,000
Employment through sponsorship
Return flight and hotel expenses for the cost of your occupational health appointment
Assistance with accommodation and adjusting to life in the UK
Access to industry-leading training opportunities
Access to discounted or free training courses in a variety of clinical areas
Continuous professional development assistance
Free personalised mentoring tailored to your specific requirements