Wednesday, November 21, 2018

News & Features

NZ Specsavers dispensers celebrate qualification

Eight Specsavers employees were part of the first cohort to graduate from the New Zealand Certificate IV in Optical Dispensing course facilitated by the...

SCC: Raising the clinical bar across Northern Europe

The fourth northern European series of Specsavers Clinical Conferences (SCC) took place from 6 to 12 October 2018 across five countries. Specsavers Northern Europe...

Testing eyes and testing limits in Everest: Sophie Woodburn

Sophie Woodburn, Optometrist at Specsavers Taupo in New Zealand, spent three weeks in October participating in an Eyes4Everest outreach trip after winning a Young...

Joining up professions at Specsavers’ PAC

Practitioners had the chance to benefit from a truly multidisciplinary approach to learning at the UK-based Specsavers Professional Advancement Conference (PAC), with a program...

Last chance to enter the 2018 ProFile Case Study Competition

Optometrists and qualified dispensers (both Specsavers and non-Specsavers) have less than one week left to send in their submissions for the 2018 ProFile Case...

Specsavers launches Pathway Plus program

Specsavers Australia & New Zealand has launched a new program for Pathway graduates who are in the process of transitioning into store ownership, providing them with...

CASA-accredited Specsavers optometrists set to almost double

Thirteen Australian Specsavers optometrists have completed the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) credentialed optometry training course, and are soon to join the 15 who...

Optometrists to receive AMD training in CERA-led pilot program

A selection of Victorian Specsavers stores have been enlisted by the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) for a pilot program that will provide...

You are invited to Specsavers’ SA networking event

Specsavers Recruitment Services is holding a South Australia networking event for those interested in learning more about Specsavers’ plan to transform eye health in...

KeepSight launch marks step-change in diabetes eye health awareness

The recent launch of the KeepSight national diabetes eye screening program marks a significant step in protecting the vision of the 1.2 million Australians...