Pennsylvania College of Optometry

Optometry Programs

Center for Continuing Education (Optometry)

Rapid advances in modern technology make it imperative that today’s optometrist keep abreast of the latest developments in the profession. In 1973, the Pennsylvania College of Optometry established the Center for Continuing and Post Graduate Education, dedicated to offering optometric practitioners the opportunity to learn the newest techniques, the most advanced instrumentation, and current developments in the eye care field.

Today, the Center is considered the preeminent provider of continuing and post-graduate education for the optometric profession. It provides local, regional and national programs in cooperation with professional associations, educational institutions, and health-related agencies. Continuing education credits (CE) are required for optometrists to retain their licensure. Each State Board of Optometry has its own CE requirements, which optometrists are encouraged to review on a regular basis.

For more information, call 215.780.1380 or jwilbur@salus.edu
or Bethany Watson, 215.780.1381, bwatson@salus.edu

Upcoming Program

Escape from the snow and cold to balmy breezes!

The New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Optometry (NJAAO) will hold its 12th Annual Education Conference in Myrtle Beach, SC from April 23-27.  In addition to 16 hours of COPE CE, your afternoons will be free to join your colleagues on the golf course or just to relax at the Hilton Embassy Suites at Kingston Plantation. For details. --For registration.


The Dr. Joseph C. Toland
24th Annual EXCELLENCE in Education Conference

Contemporary Optometric Care - What’s New for 2014

Sunday - May 4, 2014
7:50 AM – 5:30 PM
8 Hours — COPE Approval Pending
2 — Orals Credits
2 — TPA Credits

Salus University
Pennsylvania College of Optometry
Elkins Park, Campus Room 300 South
To Register


Ophthalmic Optics - Workshop

Sunday - May 4, 2014
8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Salus University
Pennsylvania College of Optometry
Elkins Park, Room 200 South
To Register