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- Apr 4, 2017
- Apr 25, 2017
- May 1, 2017
It is time to renew your registration with the College of Dental Technicians of BC. Renewal fees for your 2017-2018 registration are:
|Registered Dental Technician||$725.00|
|Non-Practicing Dental Technician||$360.00|
|Dental Technician Assistant||$325.00|
|Dental Technician Student||No Fee|
To renew online, login to the Registrant Portal using your Email Address or Registration Number and password, then click “Renew Registration” on the welcome page. The system will guide you through the renewal process.
Registered Dental Technicians are reminded that the following requirements must be met in order to complete the renewal process.
Renewal fees can be paid online by Visa or Mastercard. An option to pay by cheque or bank draft is also available. Please note that payment must be received by the College before February 28th to avoid incurring a late penalty fee.
If your employer has agreed to pay your renewal fee, choose the “Employer Pay Option”. Be sure to inform your employer once the online renewal form has been submitted to the College.
Registration certificates and receipts will be available online once your renewal and payment has been processed.
If you are unable to use the College’s online renewal process or have not received your notice by email, you can download and print the applicable 2017/2018 Renewal Application Form and the Renewal Notice using the following links:
Contact the College office at 604-278-8324 if you have any difficulty downloading these forms, or if you wish to have the forms faxed to you.
Do I need to renew by February 28th even though my registration does not expire until March 31st? posted on January 23, 2017
What if I forgot my password? posted on January 23, 2017
What if I didn’t previously activate my online account? posted on January 23, 2017
I do not plan to renew my registration. Do I need to let the College know? posted on January 8, 2016
I plan to retire later this year. Can the registration fee be refunded? posted on January 8, 2016