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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.

This online peer review session is open to College members and will cover your GOC peer review requirement.

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

This online peer review session is open to College members and will cover your GOC peer review requirement.

In this webinar, the College’s Clinical Advisers discuss the key amendments to the Guidance for Professional Practice.

Dr Simon Frackiewicz MCOptom covers some practical advice for optometrists to help regain confidence in binocular vision, which may have been affected by the altered ways of working during the pandemic.

In this online CPD course, Thurka Sivapalan MCOptom covers the basic principles of OCT to help diagnose, monitor, and manage glaucoma-related conditions in community practice and in hospitals.

Moving on with OCT is an intermediate-level course and the second part of the OCT series. It is suitable for those with a basic understanding of OCT.

OCT

In this recorded webinar, Dr Gordon Hay discusses true ocular emergencies and provides optometrists with clear guidance on how to make clear and effective referrals to eye casualty.

In this recorded webinar, Rebekka Heitmar MCOptom covers basic OCT terminologies and their interpretations, explores different scan types, and provides an overview of the most common abnormalities that optometrists encounter.

OCT

This recorded webinar by Mr Kam Balaggan covers urgent vitreoretinal conditions and complex cataract surgery, including epiretinal membrane, macular hole and/or eye floater surgery, retinal detachment surgery, and either complex cataract surgery.

The recorded webinar by Dr Manbir Nagra MCOptom covers a summary of recent developments in the field of contact lenses and considers the groundwork required to ensure optometrists are prepared for the expected changes.