An Introduction to Treatment Coordination – London 9th September
9th September, 2022
01279 888 176
10:00 Course start
11:30 Tea break
11:45 Course – part 2
£199 per person, inc VAT.
Early bird special offers:
Book before the July 9, 2022 and save £15 using promo code: TCOLONDON
This course will provide informative sessions focusing on the vision plan for the treatment coordinator role.
- Gain an insight into the role of treatment coordination
- Understand how to build relationships with a patient
- Identify and understand the personality types of patients
- Discover how to present treatment plans
- Learn how to manage patient objections
- Learn how the role can be best implemented in your clinic
The course meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcomes A B & D
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Michael has worked for Horton Consulting since 2012 and has over 20 years’ experience as a Practice Manager and 12 years’ experience working as a Treatment Coordinator. For more information click about us!
etc. venues, 50-52 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1HL
etc.venues Chancery Lane is located just off High Holborn, minutes away from Chancery Lane underground station.
By underground, Chancery Lane and Holborn (central line) and Covent Garden (Piccadilly) are the nearest stations.
Option 1 – Chancery Lane
Leave the station via exit 4 and walk up the steps onto High Holborn. Keep walking up High Holborn (keeping the road on your right) for about 3 minutes. Turn left onto Chancery Lane and walk a further 3 minutes. The venue is on the left just over a road called Southampton Buildings.
Option 2 – Holborn
Leave the station via the High Holborn exit and turn right on to High Holborn. Walk down (keeping the road on your left) past the University of the Arts for 5 minutes. Turn right on to Chancery Lane and walk a further 3 minutes.
The venue is on the left just over a road called Southampton Buildings.
Option 3 – Covent Garden
Leave the station and turn left on to Long Acre street, then turn right and follow Long Acre, until you reach Drury Lane. Cross over Drury Lane on to Great Queen Street, and keep walking past The Freemasons Hall. Kingsway will be ahead of you, cross over, turn left and walk towards High Holborn – you will see Holborn Station on the corner. Turn right at the station and follow as option 2.
By train, Farringdon Thameslink
Exit Farringdon station via the Farringdon Road/Cowcross Street exit and turn left. Walk down the small street to Farringdon Road, cross over and walk up Greville Street. Turn left on to Hatton Garden and cross over the zebra crossing, keep walking until you see a statue of Albert Prince Consort. Here cross over the road and walk up High Holborn for about 8 minutes, Chancery Lane will be on your left just after the underground exit. The venue is on the left just over a road called Southampton Buildings.
Chancery Lane is served by a number of bus routes including, 4, 11, 15, 26, 76, 172, 341.
By London Cycle Scheme
There are two “Boris bike” docking stations – one on Chancery Lane itself at Breams Buildings and another a short walk away on Holborn Circus.
There are many NCP car parks near the venue, the nearest is located on Cross Street (Saffron Hill NCP) with another close by in Covent Garden (Covent Garden, Parker Street).
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