What do we do?
Eyetec.net is dedicated to advancing the careers of ophthalmic medical personnel. We do this by providing effective certification exam prep courses, continuing education courses, and basic and advanced training for ophthalmic assistants, ophthalmic technicians, and ophthalmic technologists.
How are we different from other services?
Our focus is on moving personnel to the next level of certification. Our continuing education courses are all relevant to exam content. Our certification exam prep courses are cost effective and time efficient, and they work.
Why should you care?
Ophthalmic employment surveys over the past 20 years have shown that moving to the next level of certification increases your knowledge, increases job satisfaction, increases respect from those you work with and work for, and increases your compensation. Who doesn’t want that?
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Continuing Education Courses, easy procedure, inexpensive ($10): 1. Read the course. 2. Take the post-test. 3. Print certificate.
Inexpensive continuing education courses for the COA®, COT®, COMT®, and CRA, only $10 per CE credit. Go to the course catalog after login.
Don’t know what a certified ophthalmic assistant (COA®) or technician (COT®) is? Get more information here.
Certification Exam Prep Courses
Read below for information on the Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA®) Exam Prep Course and the Certified Ophthalmic Technician (COT®) Exam Prep Course.
I just wanted to let you all know at eyetec how much I appreciate your online instruction and modules. I recently passed my COT® exam on the first try, and eyetec.net was one of the major sources of material I used to study for the exam. Once I pass the COT® skills exam, you can be assured that eyetec.net will be the first source I go to to get my future continuing education credits.
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Certified paraoptometrics (CPO), certified paraoptometric assistants (CPOA), and certified paraoptometric technicians (CPOT) can now use up to 9 JCAHPO approved CE credits toward certification and recertification. More information here.
COA® Exam Prep Course
Our COA® Exam Prep Course is designed to launch you into and through the COT® certification exam. Recent JCAHPO® changes to the COA® exam content areas have transformed the ophthalmic assistant certification exam into a “mini” technician exam. When finished with the COA® Exam Prep Course, you will have studied over 60% of the content of the COT® certification exam. The kicker is that you will be able to take the COT® exam after only one year of being certified as an ophthalmic assistant. We urge you not to miss this golden opportunity! Follow the lead of this happy COT®, who had it figured out:
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COT® Exam Prep Course
If you are a COA®, you can’t afford not to take our Certified Ophthalmic Technician Exam Prep Course. Studying for the COT® certification exam has never been more “user friendly”. Aren’t the COT® exam content areas complicated, you may be asking? And what about the switchover from the old exam material to the new exam material? Eyetec.net has done all the heavy lifting for you. We have been in the ophthalmic certification exam prep course business for over 15 years. We don’t just set it and forget it. We are constantly tweaking the process to provide a service that saves you time, saves you money, and gets you to certified status.
You need to move to the next level of certification, but you're not sure you want to commit. Take advantage of our UFO (unbelievably fantastic offer). JCAHPO® requires COA®s to have 12 CE credits in the 12 months prior to taking the COT® exam, and you need CE credits anyway. The prep course comes with those 12 CE credits that you need ($120 value). So, you are really getting the prep course as a bonus. Click the link below to find out about the "no pressure" approach.