MEDIA RELEASE. The Australian College of Optometry (ACO) is pleased to announce the launch of the Advanced Certificate in Glaucoma (ACO ACG). This six-month post graduate level course provides optometrists across Australia and New Zealand the opportunity to undertake comprehensive higher level study in this specialised area.
MEDIA RELEASE. The Australian College of Optometry (ACO) is pleased to announce that enrolments are now open for the Certificate in Advanced Contact Lenses (ACO-CACL). This newly launched post graduate level course provides optometrists across Australia and New Zealand an opportunity to comprehensive higher level study through self-paced learning supported by online lectures, e-learning materials, demonstration videos and on-line discussion forums.
MEDIA RELEASE. In celebration of its 75th anniversary, the Australian College of Optometry will launch “A History of Australian Optometry” written by Professor Emeritus Barry Cole at the ACO National Conference on October 24th.
Non-English speaking Victorians have greater issues around accessing services due to language and cultural barriers, which may explain why one in four Victorian adults who speak a language other than English at home have never had an eye test.
MEDIA RELEASE. The Australian College of Optometry is very pleased to announce that Dr Sharon Bentley has been appointed as the new Director of Clinical Services.
The doors of the new low vision clinic located at the Australian College of Optometry (ACO) in Carlton opened to the public for the first time on Monday 14 October 2013.