Ophthalmic Technician Assistant Training
Gain the theory and practical skills you need to work as an ophthalmic technician assistant. As an entry-level ophthalmic technician assistant, you will:
- Conduct patient histories
- Assist with eye exams
- Set up and clean up exam rooms
- Provide patient education
After successful completion of training, you will be eligible to register for the mandatory internship associated with course completion.
This course includes an online component, mandatory skills/lab sessions, and 40-hour clinical rotation..
How to Register
In order to register for this class, you must:
- Meet with the division coordinator to show proof of high school diploma/GED (or pass a Math and English assessment test).
- Pass a criminal background check.
- Complete health forms required for patient contact.
Please call Jennifer Bukowitz at 443- 518-4967 or Kathy Schultz at 443-518-4981 to schedule an appointment to obtain a registration form.
Enroll in Courses
See "How to Register" above for more details. Please contact Jennifer Bukowitz firstname.lastname@example.org or Kathy Schultz email@example.com for more information, to schedule an appointment and obtain a registration form.
This hybrid course is a combination of online and in-person training.
Please Note: You must take both the Ophthalmic Technician Assistant Training [XH-580] and Ophthalmic Technician Assistant Clinical [XH-581] sections to receive a completion certificate. 10.0 CEUs.
For registration requirements, please see "How to Register" above.
You will spend one week working in an Ophthalmic office in this clinical internship. No refund five days prior to start date. 4.0 CEUs.
Please Note: You must take both Ophthalmic Technician Assistant Training [XH-580] and Ophthalmic Technician Assistant Clinical [XH-581] sections to receive a completion certificate.
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