Frequently Asked Questions about MaxiCourses®
Each MaxiCourse® must be sponsored by an accredited higher education institution, a hospital, or a similar accredited institution, or exist as a stand-alone entity approved as an ADA CERP provider. In countries where such an arrangement is not possible, the MaxiCourse® must be sponsored by a CERP/PACE equivalent CDE authority.
All MaxiCourses®, including international courses (who may not grant ADA CERP or AGD PACE continuing dental education credit), conduct their programs in compliance with ADA CERP and AGD PACE Guidelines and CERP Standards.
Dentists who graduate from an approved MaxiCourse® will meet the minimum educational requirements for Associate Fellowship in the AAID.
MaxiCourses® are normally presented in 10 parts, once a month, over a 10-month period, with classes only offered on weekends. So with a bit of planning, you can still maintain a successful private practice and complete the requirements of a MaxiCourse®.
Not at all. Maxicourses® are appropriate for doctors with no experience at all, as well as doctors that have been placing implants for years who want to enhance their knowledge.