This 48-hour course will prepare students in conducting diagnostic tests, recording and measuring vision, testing eye function, instructing patients in inserting and caring for contact lenses, preparing examination rooms, cleaning and arranging equipment, answering phones, making appointments, handling bookkeeping and other tasks as needed. Student will be trained to work in eye and vision care clinics, and other facilities that provide vision care services.
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- Complete, submit and agree to terms in the “Class Registration Form” and this Program Bulletin.
- Must be at least 17 years old. If under 18, parents must sign the registration form.
Tuition, Books and Fees
- $50 – Non-refundable Registration Fee (paid online or in person, transferable one time)
- $750 – Tuition
- $100 – Textbook (may be purchased at the school)
- $110 – AAH National Certification (payable to AAH after last day of class)
Payment Plans / Financial Assistance
Tuition is due before class begins. Students desiring a payment plan may pay before class begins a 2% of tuition fee & 50% of their tuition and lab fee; and the remaining balance midway through class. Please contact the admissions office for more information on Payment Plans and financial assistance.
The Ophthalmic Assistant, 10th Ed., by Harold Stein, Raymond Stein, and Melvin Freeman