There is something so incredibly satisfying for me when one of my schools reports back with a huge success story.
Check out what Tina Blomstrom from Dr. Michael’s office in Oconomowoc, WI reported to me yesterday…
To Whom it may concern:
I am now in my sixth week of teaching the Horizon School of Dental Assisting curriculum developed by Dr. Mark Costes. The program is rock solid, and practically teaches itself. We were approved December 8, 2011 and started classes on January 7, 2012 with a full class of 12 students. Once we had our school application approved, we were able to begin advertising and marketing our school’s program. Even with only barely a month before we started, and competing with Christmas and New Years, we still opened our doors with a full class of 12 students. I even had to turn 3 people away, as we were full. There is a real niche for this program.
It was a somewhat challenging procedure to get through our Wisconsin State Educational Approval Board’s review process to approve our school application, but Dr. Costes office provided excellent guidance to help us navigate through all the red tape and get the application filled out. It takes some time to get it done, but it is worth the effort.
Dr. Costes has provided DVD’s of himself teaching each lecture. I’ve picked up some really good information to provide as added knowledge during the lectures. The Student Lecture Notes he has developed as part of the course are fabulous, they mirror the Instructor’s notes in an interractive format. The students must really listen and pay attention to the lecture to fill in the key points. The Power Point has those same key points listed so the students get the correct spelling and are able to keep up. I think the students are much more attentive during lecture and learn faster this way.
All of the exams and quizzes for each lecture and lab have already been prepared and written up for you, including the answer keys to all the tests. A syllabus and class schedule are also provided with details on each lecture and lab. There is also a Final Exam already prepared. There are attendance sheets and excell spread sheets to keep track of all the exam/test/quiz grades already developed as well.
We have been able to bring new revenue into our office on days and times the office was previously closed. I was a Dental Hygienist for 27 years, but after neck surgery, was no longer able to perform clinical dental hygiene duties. I really missed dentistry, and this has given me an opportunity to share my knowledge and stay in the profession. With help from the other hygienists and assistants in our office, we are moving easily through the program and having a lot of fun teaching the fundamentals of dentistry to our 12 enthusiastic students.
Tina M. Blomstrom, RDH
Wisconsin Dental Assistant School
Tina’s school is charging $2,795 per student for tuition. At 12 students, that equals $34,398.25 in revenue for their very first session.
Assuming 25% overhead or $8,599.56, total profit for this session is $25,798.68.
Three more sessions like this and this school will eclipse the $100,000 NET mark its very first year.
These are not hypothetical or theoretical numbers. This is a real life school run out of a dental office, just like yours, owned by a dentist with credentials just like yours.
So… WHY HAVEN’T YOU DONE THIS YET??
There are no hidden agendas or tricks here- just a reliable and predictable way for any dentist to make a solid secondary flow of income without doing more dentistry!
P.S. If you’d like to schedule a conference call with me or my curriculum coordinator Siony, simply email or call 928-830-4557.