Product Training

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Learning about the latest optical products and technology available can help ensure the best possible patient experience as well as maximize practice performance. From an industry novice to an experienced eye care professional, every staff member should be confident when talking about the products and services available at their practice. With Product Training from ECP University™, staff can take the knowledge they learn today to immediately start improving patient care and practice processes.

 

 

The comprehensive course list allows for customized learning based on the experience and skill level of staff. Course content covers:

  • Lens types
  • Frames and fittings
  • Materials and treatment brands
  • The latest dispensing technology
 

Benefits

Comprehensive product training helps staff build confidence and expertise in less time. With every course, staff will learn critical information to help improve the patient experience and practice revenue.

 
Features
  • 24/7 online access for convenient, on-demand learning
  • Broad topic areas cover important subjects for every level of staff experience
  • Well-organized materials make the courses easy to follow
  • Short course lengths allow for learners to move quickly through the content at their own pace

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