Welcome to the Harriet Ellis Blog page, where we share a variety of useful and interesting articles all around the Dental, Veterinary, Animal Welfare, and Healthcare Industry. You will also find tips for studying, news about the latest student achievements, or insights to check if you have got what it takes to become a Dental Nurse or work in the Veterinary industry.
Clever Mnemonics collection
Mnemonics - A clever way to recall information Do you know the feeling of trying to remember important content and
Access to HE Diploma in Health Professions
What can I do with an Access to HE Diploma in Health Professions? Have you considered becoming a Nurse or
Job Interview Preparation
Top tips on how to prepare for an interview Receiving an invitation for a job interview means that the employer
Congratulations! 100% Pass Rate
We are celebrating 100% success this week Congratulations to our postgraduate students on passing their Radiography exams! These students have
Government Announces New Incentive for Apprenticeships
Fantastic news for businesses employing an apprentice! Employers will receive £3,000 for new apprentices! Following the initial incentive where businesses
Is Dental Nursing the right career for me?
How do you know if Dental Nursing is the right career for you? If you take a look online and
Career Progressions for Qualified Professionals
Once qualified in your dream career, it's a great feeling to finally just enjoy work without extensive learning or exam
It’s National Apprenticeship Week!
To support the National Apprenticeship Week, we wanted to share some key facts and figures all around apprenticeships and introduce
Top Tips on how to deal with study or exam stress
Studying and working at the same time can be challenging for many and it is important to acknowledge that you might feel stressed or anxious at times. Especially when you are getting closer to your exams, the pressure increases and can be overwhelming for some. We want to share some useful tips on how to manage your learning and deal with stress.