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Our packed programme of member events provides the ideal opportunity to keep up with your profession, maintain and develop your clinical and professional knowledge and skills, and gain essential CPD points.

The virtual Hospital Eye Service experience replaces the in-person experience you would normally have gained in a hospital setting.

CPD

Maintaining and improving your professional skills and knowledge is essential for providing high quality care for patients and raising professional standards. The College provides the support you need at every stage of your career. We help you plan and undertake continuing professional development (CPD) activities and achieve your full potential.

We can help you plan and undertake continuing professional development (CPD) activities to gain your all-important points and achieve your full potential.

Reflective practice is an integral of the General Optical Council’s (GOC) continuous professional development (CPD) requirements. What is it and how can you do it? Andy Miller, the College’s Head of Post Registration Education, is on hand to explain…

Acuity is our award winning professional development journal. It’s available in printed and digital formats and packed with news and analysis from across your profession, and CPD articles to help you stay ahead in your career.

The virtual Hospital Eye Service experience replaces the in-person experience you would normally have gained in a hospital setting.

High quality video and audio learning with CPD points for all fully qualified optometrists.

The virtual Hospital Eye Service experience replaces the in-person experience you would normally have gained in a hospital setting.

The GOC's continuing professional development (CPD) scheme awards its registrants points for doing activities which improve their practice and develop their skills. Optometrists must complete all GOC CPD requirements in order to remain on the GOC register.

This online therapeutics peer review session is open to College members who are qualified independent prescribers or studying for an IP qualification.

Use our online resources and materials to support your continuing professional development and earn essential CPD points.

This online therapeutics peer review session is open to College members who are qualified independent prescribers or studying for an IP qualification.

Optometry in Practice (OiP), the College’s quarterly CPD journal, covers the latest research, analysis and opinion from your profession, and provides up to 4 CPD points.

Discussing real life case studies is a great way to learn from each other’s experiences, improve your communication and decision-making skills, and gain CPD points. You can join a College-facilitated peer review, or arrange your own peer discussion using our resources.

This webinar explores anxiety in young adults, with a mental health expert.

This session will cover basic OCT terminology/ interpretation, explore different scan types and provide an overview of the most common abnormalities you will encounter.

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