COA – Certified Ophthalmic Assistants & Technicians
How to get you Certified Ophthalmic Assistant Certification
Hawaii On LIne University programs in Ophthalmic assistance, provides you with the ability to prepare to high quality training in the Ophthalmic field. Hawaii On Line University trades studies will prepare you in 12 to 24 month how to learn, hands on, ophthalmic patient care.
There is an optional 3 months, hands on training, program that will allow you to do hands on practice on many of the equipment used by ophthalmologists. This hands on training will take place in Ecuador, South America, or on Maui, Hawaii (on program approval). You are responsible for travel and accommodations during your entire stay and or training in either place.
The University promotes added value to your qualified Allied Ophthalmic Personnel (AOP) training, by helping you and your personnel procure a hands on approach with all of our certifications and education in the Ophthalmic fields.
Certifications include the Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA®), Certified Ophthalmic Technicians (COT®), Certified Ophthalmic Medical Technologists (COMT®), and soon others.
How to get started. Click here to obtain our Ophthalmic Assistant and Technician brochure.