The Canadian Academy of Dental Health and Community Sciences has recently received some wonderful feedback from a previous student and wanted to share it with you! CADH had another intake on January 28th, 2013 for their Intra-Oral Dental Assistant Level II Program and would like to encourage you to visit our website to learn more: www.cadh.ca
Past student Thao Lam shared her experience at CADH:
a�?Great teachers care more about your success than you, because they can see your potential before you can even see it.A� I was blessed with great teachers who molded me into my best, and genuine friends whom comfort my soul during my years at CADH. A�My personal educational experiences at CADH taught me many things, but the three most important lessons that have brought success in my career include: honesty, perseverance, and self-directed learning. In clinic and theories, I remembered being challenged with simple to difficult questions, concepts, and theories by my instructors.A� These faculties were unified and held high expectations over my responsibility to my clients and the deliverance of my professionalism. Excuses were unacceptable, as they would always remind me a�?because society gives you a level of trust to give them the best evidenced base care.a�?A� My success didna��t come without failures and I have many failures during my early semesters – shed many tears and anger.A� Until I learn to be honest about what I didna��t know, then continuously directed myself to research and learn until I knew it. Ultimately, these skills along with the continuous challenge to apply theories to clinic have successfully prepared me for the National Board Exam. When reflecting on my positive experiences at CADH, I owe my instructors for the professionalism and expectation that they have blessed on me and my dearest friends for all the laughter and memories.
To the future students at CADH, I wish you with the same instructors that molded me a�� those that care more about you than you do; give you higher expectations than you give to yourself; challenge your thoughts and process; expect actions rather than excuses a�� I recommend you as I would recommend to my friends to a great start at CADH. ”
~Thao Lam B.Sc. RDH.~
In sharing this wonderful story from Thao we want to wish all past students from CADH the best in their careers and hope that this story encourages future students to trust in CADH the way Thao did.
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