Ocular Anatomy 2Category: Optical / Medical Course Length: 30 MIN
This course discusses the different parts of the eye and how they contribute to a patient’s vision. It also reviews different muscles in the eye and how light is experienced by the eye.
Optical Principles of Contact LensesCategory: Optical / Medical Course Length: 20 MIN
This course provides an overview of different types of contact lenses and describes how different types of contact lenses benefit the patient.
Magnification and Spectacle LensesCategory: Optical / Medical Course Length: 30 MIN
This course explains how unbalanced magnification in lenses can create vision problems. It also identifies key elements of magnification and how to use a knowledge of these elements to balance magnification in a lens.
Understanding Prism in a PrescriptionCategory: Optical / Medical Course Length: 15 MIN
This course gives detailed information on how to read prism in a prescription and identify different types of prism. It also provides information on how to use a lensometer to identify the amount and base direction of prism in a lens
Optical Medical Placement AssessmentCategory: Optical / Medical Course Length: 15 MIN
This is the pre-assessment designed to gauge current knowledge level within the Optical-Medical topic area and produce a recommended individualized list of Optical Medical courses to take.
Managed HeathcareCategory: Patient Service and Selling Course Length: 15 MIN
This course details best practices for working with a patient’s insurance when dispensing optical products. It provides examples of different types of insurance coverage and how to propose eye wear solutions to the patient using their insurance.
Lab Processing Time and Product DeliveryCategory: Patient Service and Selling Course Length: 30 MIN
This course describes the processing time for each step in the lab and ordering process. It also reviews different causes of delay in the lab and ordering process and how the Dispenser reduce these delays.
Lab and Ordering Process 2Category: Patient Service and Selling Course Length: 30 MIN
This course provides information on manual and computer-based order submission. It gives key information for how to transpose a patient’s prescription and submit a lens order.
VariluxCategory: Products Course Length: 15 MIN
This course describes the different products within the Varilux brand and how each of these products can be dispensed to patients based on their specific visual need
Value AR BrandsCategory: Products Course Length: 15 MIN
This course reviews Essilor’s Value AR brands, SharpView and House AR ez. It describes how Value AR lenses compare to premium AR lenses and how to dispense Value AR lenses to patients.
TransitionsCategory: Products Course Length: 20 MIN
This course describes Transitions lenses and describes how these lenses provide patients with visual comfort and protection both indoors and outdoors.
LensometryCategory: Technical Course Length: 15 MIN
This course explains the purpose of a lensometer, identifies key parts of this instrument, and describes how to use a lensometer to verify a prescription.