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NOC Code: NOC Code: 3412 Occupation: Dental Laboratory Bench Workers
Occupation Description: Occupation Description:
Dental laboratory bench workers assist dental technicians in preparing and fabricating dentures and other dental devices, such as orthodontic appliances, crowns, bridges, clasps and bands. They are employed in commercial dental laboratories. Dental laboratory bench workers assist dental technicians in preparing and fabricating dentures and other dental devices, such as orthodontic appliances, crowns, bridges, clasps and bands. They are employed in commercial dental laboratories.

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Essential Skills Essential Skills Levels
Document Use Document Use 1 2 3
Digital Technology Digital Technology 1
Money Math Money Math 1
Decision Making Decision Making 1 2
Problem Solving Problem Solving 1 2


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Money Math
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Decision Making
  • Decide whether a casting can be repaired within a specified time frame, drawing on their previous experience. (2)
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Problem Solving
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