What is iLearn Pro and who is it for?

Created by Simon Whitby, Modified on Wed, 05 Jul 2023 at 02:47 PM by Simon Whitby

iLearn Pro is a premium content bolt-on, featuring mainly clinical content which is primarily aimed at our members who are dentists.


If you are a non-dentist who wishes to do the courses, you can upgrade to Pro membership, or take the PAYG option, if you prefer. Access to the courses is not restricted by your job role.


For the launch of iLearn Pro, initially there will be 100 video-based courses available once you have upgraded to ‘Pro.’ There will be over 175 hours of new eCPD available.


The current ‘Essentials’ subscription offers dental clinicians all the primary subjects including the GDC’s ‘highly recommended’ and ‘recommended’ topics. However, we have identified a need to expand our offering of clinical based courses for dentists, hence the reason the Pro bolt on has been created.


Within dentistry, there are many disciplines which sit under the ‘clinical’ umbrella and the Pro reflects this. We have created multiple new ‘clinical’ sub-categories, which are present on the new course filtering system on iLearn.


There are 18 sub-categories which sit under the main ‘clinical’ category.


  1. Anaesthesia & Pain Control
  2. Anxiety & Sedation
  3. Digital Dentistry
  4. Endodontics
  5. Facial Aesthetics
  6. Implants
  7. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  8. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  9. Orthodontics
  10. Paedodontics
  11. Periodontics
  12. Prescription Medication Management
  13. Prosthodontics
  14. Restorative
  15. Sleep Apnoea & Appliance Therapy 
  16. Smoking Cessation
  17. Special Patient Care
  18. Sustainable Dentistry



Our members have frequently requested series of courses, so as part of the Pro launch we have included several series:

  • Orthodontics – 5-part series from – British Orthodontic Society
  • Orthodontics – 3-part series from – College of General Dentistry
  • Facial aesthetics – 3-part series
  • Special Care Dentistry: Dentistry for the homeless – 3-part series
  • Stress – 3-part series – College of General Dentistry

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