ATLANTA, July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- DentalPost, the dental industry's premier job board and community, announced
EDU seamlessly integrates with the existing CE management tool. Once a course is completed via EDU, it is automatically updated within the user's resume profile. This ensures that all CEs are current, helping to make the lives of dental professionals easier.
"We are excited to introduce DentalPost EDU to our dental community," said Tonya Lanthier, RDH, CEO of DentalPost. "As the premier education marketplace, EDU gives dental professionals the opportunity to earn continuing education (CE) credits online directly on our site. EDU is a tool designed to advance your knowledge, keep you on the cutting-edge of dentistry and help you continue to grow both personally and professionally. We're ready to drive the future of CEs in dentistry."
To get started, visit edu.dentalpost.net. If you are interested in contributing a course as an education partner, please email email@example.com or visit www.dentalpost.net/education.
About DentalPostBased in Atlanta, DentalPost is the dental industry's premier online and mobile job board. With more than 700,000 job seekers in the U.S. and Canada, DentalPost connects dental professionals with dental offices to help create dental teams that excel. Founded in 2005 by Tonya Lanthier, a Registered Dental Hygienist, DentalPost leads the industry in metric-based career matching including personality tests as well as values, skills and work culture assessments to assist in selecting the best match for each position. For further information on DentalPost visit www.dentalpost.net, download the app on Android and iOS or contact us at 678-805-7820.
Media Contact:Sara Wakefieldswakefield@dentalpost.net
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