OK I'm hoping that some one can explain to me how if you are not technically trained as a dental nurse according to new UK laws (national certificate as opposed to previous military dental class 1 +2 training which as far as has been explained to me don't count) the army can expect you to join a professional organisation and pay for registration?(union?). I'm sure nurses have to pay for registration along with doctors and dentists though apparently CDP(civilian dental practitioners have their fees paid by the army ).(and vets?) . Is there a general consensus that its just a case of pay up and soldier on ? or do people believe that these professional fees should be paid by the army ? Just out of interest has anyone heard the party line that if you don't pay find another job? or as i heard from manning and records you should just move on !