This course is intended for beginning, and intermediate levels.
After completing this section the student should be able to do the following:
Here is what some ophthalmic personnel who took this course had to say:
“The diagrams are very helpful. This was a great review on the anatomy of the eye.” Y.R., COA
“Very good review!! It was very well organized!rn” J.H., COT
“Great reading material & get review for my job as a technician. Thank you!!!rn” C.H. OA
“clear & chock full of good review” A.E. COA
“this was a great review and since I also am a technician trainer, it will help me in organizing my A and P training. Thanks so much.” K.B., COMT
“I love this way to get my CE hrs. Thanks” A.M., Surgical tech
“Very good course. Good Information.” S.L., COA
“Very clearly explained!” L.G., COA
“Highly useful and appropriate for my needs.” O.C., COA
“Excellent, clear, great refresher to utilize in everyday ophthalmic assisting!” M.P., COA
“Very informative course.” E.B., COA
“Very good.” F.L., COA
“Since I’ve been an ophthalmic assistant for almost 10 years now, it’s difficult to find new material for continuing education. This was very well organized and clear cut! Well done.” R.C., COA
“Clear and concise, good review, very well organized.” P.C., COA
“A very good review of eye anatomy!” M.F., COT
This course should take approximately one hour to complete.
You must correctly answer at least 22 of the 30 questions on the open book post test. If you do not successfully pass the post test the first time you may try again at no expense to you. This course was not approved for educational purposes.
Advanced Anatomy covers the information provided in this course but goes into more detail. Because there is a lot of information provided in Advanced Anatomy, if you do not have any background in the anatomy of the eye we recommend starting with the Basic Anatomy course and then taking the Advanced course later on. This will allow you to absorb the basic material first and then continue on to the more detailed information (while still reviewing the basics) provided in the Advanced Anatomy course.