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Career planning

  1. 1. Career Planning Presentation By Ehab Heikal
  2. 2. Vision
  3. 3. Understanding Yourself • What is the kind of work I like to do? • What activities give me the most satisfaction? • What is the environment in which I would like to work? • What kind of people do I like to work with? • What kind of abilities do I want to build on?
  4. 4. Career Planning • Why Career Planning: o Understanding where you are o Deciding where you want to be o Making the changes and adjustments necessary to get there o In other words…..SWOT
  5. 5. Skill Assessment - Writing - Presentation - Negotiating - Conflict resolution - Influencing - Artistic - Graphics
  6. 6. Other Skills • • • • • • Supervisory skills Interpersonal skills Self management skills Sales & marketing skills Project management skills
  7. 7. Top 10 qualities Employers Seek • • • • • • • • • • Communication Skills ( verbal and written ) Honesty/Integrity Teamwork Skills ( Work with others ) Interpersonal Skills ( relates well to others ) Motivation/Initiative. Strong work ethics. Analytical Skills. Flexibility/Adaptability. Computer Skills Organizational Skills.
  8. 8. Communication Skills • Communication is basically conveying effectively what we feel, think, want or need. • Good Communication means letting the other person know what you feel in a manner that is not hurtful or domineering.
  9. 9. Communication Skills emphasis on the following: • The Art of listening • The Art of Choosing a topic • The Art of Body Communication • The Art of Positive Assertiveness
  10. 10. Communication Skills Techniques • Find out what your listener wants • Reduce Jargons (Technical) • Use Humor • Use stories • Ask for feedback • Increase your vocabulary • Eliminate audible pauses • Enunciate clearly & pronouncing words properly • Vary your volume • Watch your tone & Record your voice
  11. 11. Team Work Team work is the new mantra in today’s workplace. A Team means a people of different temperaments, different tolerance levels and different skills. Members of a team should keep on contributing to a team’s efforts.
  12. 12. Time Management • Time management is a technique that is as simple as learning the alphabets provided one has the inclination to take the time and effort for planning one’s goals & needs • It is a way of prioritizing our goals, they are activities that affect long term results
  13. 13. Curriculum Vitae • Think of your CV as a promotional brochure about you • A good CV predicts how you might perform in that desire future job. So impress with a good CV. The purpose of a CV is to disclose your accomplishments and qualifications to a potential employer. If the employer likes what she / he sees, she / he contact you for a face to face meeting.
  14. 14. Tips for writing a CV • Be Innovative! • Personal Details • Education • Work Experience • Interests • Skills • References • Length • Style • Skills based • Presentation
  15. 15. Covering Letters • A Covering letter is required for reaching the CV to the person directly involved with handling the applications for jobs. It is important that one knows the name, designation (usually the Human Resource Personnel/Manager) of the personnel handling the applications.
  16. 16. Career Ladders • Stages through which people move on to more challenging positions • What career ladders are available? • How can I take advantage of them? • What skills & experience are needed to climb up the next step? • What kind of gaps exist? • What training is needed to fill the gaps?
  17. 17. Certificates to evaluate • • • • • • • • • • Local Diploma Local master Local membership MFDS and MJDF( British Certificates ) Online Masters American board Australian board Malaysian Postgraduate studies Dental international courses and certificates Non Dental courses and certificates dr_ahmedmosad@yahoo.com
  18. 18. What to evaluate? • • • • • Location Accreditation Fees or financial requirements Duration Market feedback dr_ahmedmosad@yahoo.com
  19. 19. Local Diploma Location •All dental colleges in Egypt (Governorate) Accreditation •After 5 years you become a specialist •In some hospitals in KSA it consider as specialty dr_ahmedmosad@yahoo.com Fees •Most cheap certificate • 1000 to 2500 LE •Minimum requirements cost Duration Market feedback •One year ( could be 12 months or 9 months according to the university.) •No need for full commitment •It is a start but not the end •With low value •Helps with contracts and leading to different specialty
  20. 20. Local Master Location •All dental colleges in Egypt (Governorate Accreditation •High accreditation within local and Arabic Market. •High clinical skills •Deep knowledge dr_ahmedmosad@yahoo.com Fees Duration Market feedback •Average Per year 4000 to 6000 LE not including the final thesis •Indirect fees (time, efforts, silly items) •Minimum of 2years and half ( part one +part 2 ) •And with the thesis it is not predictable. •A good step toward specialty •Good salaries and extra opportunities •Opening channels to private universities
  21. 21. http://www.mohp.gov.eg/egyfellow Location Accreditation Fees Duration •variable • •Local accreditation with Arab Countries acceptance dr_ahmedmosad@yahoo.com •3 years . Market feedback •High market value due to clinical experience
  22. 22. Total Quality Management(TQM) and American Board of Healthcare Quality(CPHQ) Location •Mainly AUC Accreditation •Quality team member approved by Ministry of Health dr_ahmedmosad@yahoo.com Fees 10000LE• Duration •15 months Market feedback •New Market •Good opportunities •Away from clinical skills and dental field
  23. 23. MBA, Healthcare MBA and Diplomas Location Accreditation •Master Degree •Different Universities dr_ahmedmosad@yahoo.com Fees •From 5 000 to 50000 Per Year Duration •2 to 3 years Market feedback •Opportunity
  24. 24. International Dental Exams
  25. 25. Licensure exams: Gives the dentist the right to work in the country which he applies for . U.S (NBDE) National board of dental examination Exams in US only Further details: www.ada.org Britain (ORE) Overseas Registration examination Exams in UK only, require IELTS exam Further details : www.gdc-uk.org
  26. 26. 2 or 3 years (international student program cost around {250 000 $} 1,2 or 3 years Residence specialty, working like GD and cost per year Around ( 20 000 ) $ American board after finishing part 1 and 2 In Boston and other 2 states you can join community centers which support you by limited license with Annual income of (80 000 to 90 000 $) 600:2 Observation ship UCLA dr_ahmedmosad@yahoo.com In Florida you can have hygienist board and working as Dental hygienist with annual income of ( 80 000) $
  27. 27. Licensure exams: Australia 2 parts , requires OET exam (Occupational English Test) OET & part 1 exams are held in Egypt www.dentalboard.wa.gov.au www.dentalcouncil.net.au New Zealand www.dentaltec.org.nz www.dentalcouncil.org.nz National Dental Board of Canada (NDEB) www.ndeb.ca
  28. 28. British postgraduate programs in Egypt
  29. 29. The Royal colleges • The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh . • The Royal College of Surgeons of England . • The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. • The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
  30. 30. Overseas British Postgraduate Exams 2 kinds of the memberships. Non specialist membership MFDS Specialist memberships
  31. 31. Specialist memberships: MOS :(membership of oral surgery) MRD:(membership of restorative dentistry) o periodontics o endodontics o prosthodontics. M orth:(membership of orthodontics). M paediatric: M oral medicine:
  32. 32. Specialist Memberships Exams • Part 1 : Requires two years experience after graduation. Part 2 :. Requires three years specialist training in a recognized place. MFDS replaced part 1. after 11-2008 Exam
  33. 33. MFDS Membership of faculty of dental surgery
  34. 34. What ,Why & When?  The MFDS is a diploma created by the four Royal colleges in the UK together with the Royal college of surgeons in Ireland.  It was first held in September 1998.
  35. 35. Why? By the end of this diploma the amount of knowledge you will get ,will totally change your view of dentistry
  36. 36. You choose what you want to be. or
  37. 37. About the exam
  38. 38. Examination centers in Egypt RCS Edinburgh: Nasser institute (Cairo) Clinical examination held also….(regional advisor) RCS England: British council. Written exams only.
  39. 39. RCS edinburgh + RCS glasgow The new mfds RCS englnd + RCS ireland MJDF
  40. 40. • Part 1: o Written ( mcq, emq & msa) o Section ( 1 to 10) o Fees : 520 sterling pound. o No experience required. • Part 2: o Part 2 will consist of an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) of two hours’ duration. Candidates will be awarded either a pass or a fail. o Fees : 550 sterling pound. o Vocational training required. In order to complete the diploma , candidate must complete 12 months experience
  41. 41. Exam dates • MFDS part 1 and part 2 are held twice a year in Egypt. April (Registration deadline January) October (Registration deadline July)
  42. 42. Royal College Module 20%Familiar Practical Module Knowledge 35% Clinical Module Competent Preventive Dentistry Lab communication Referral letters Ethics & Communications Epidemiology & statistics Special Dentistry Moisture Control Impression Making Infection control Forensic Dentistry Endodontics Operative Dentistry Crown & Bridges Pedodontics Removable Prosthodontics Radiography Oral Surgery Oral Pathology Anatomy Periodontology Oral Medicine Orthodontics Radiology 40% Basic Module General Surgery General Medicine General Pathology Dental Materials
  43. 43. Royal College Module 20%Familiar Practical Module Knowledge 35% Clinical Module Competent Preventive Dentistry Lab communication Referral letters Ethics & Communications Epidemiology & statistics Special Dentistry Moisture Control Impression Making Infection control Forensic Dentistry Endodontics Operative Dentistry Crown & Bridges Pedodontics Removable Prosthodontics Radiography Oral Surgery Oral Pathology Anatomy Periodontology Oral Medicine Orthodontics Radiology 40% Basic Module General Surgery General Medicine General Pathology Dental Materials
  44. 44. Training for the MFDS
  45. 45. • To prepare the candidate o Scientifically o Socially o Psychologically • Prepared to pass: o MFDS Part one o MFDS Part Two(Basic Part) o Part one specialist membership
  46. 46. Preparation policy o Primary evaluation exam: • An exam before taking the course to ensure appropriate standard of the candidates. • The candidate should get 60% before joining the course. o Periodic exams: • Between course terms to ensure the required standard of the candidates
  47. 47. MFDS Course • 3 episodes program either: o3 month 4 times/ week o6 month 2 times/ week • http://mfds.snappages.com/
  48. 48. All the best

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