Online Training

ABO/NCLE and State Board Exam Prep
  - Staff Training Modules

Preparing for the ABO, NCLE or state licensing exam? Need to train your staff on basic fundamentals of optics or exam procedures? These comprehensive online modules let you learn at your own pace, and take practice exams right from your home or office!

If at first you don't succeed... go back and take it again! There is no time limit or expiration for viewing the material, and you can take the practice exams as often as necessary to achieve a passing or perfect score!

Once you purchase the Spectacle Lens Review, Contact Lens Review, or both reviews together, you will have access to it whenever you like, as often as you like.

Purchase ABO Review

TOPS Spectacle Lens Review By Michael Di Santo, ABOM

ONLY $119.00 for (4) 2 Hr. Modules

Includes practice exams!

Module 1
  • Metric conversion; basic light theory;
  • Properties of a prism;
  • Lenses as a combination of prisms;
  • Properties of spectacle lenses;
Module 2
  • Spectacle lens styles;
  • Materials and designs;
  • Anatomy and physiology of the eye and the eye as an optical system;
  • Spectacle lens selection, availability and recommendations.
Module 3
  • Spectacle lens power;
  • Calculating power in all meridians;
  • Prismatic effect;
  • Horizontal prism;
  • Vertical prism and imbalance;
  • ANSI and other professional regulations / standards.
Module 4
  • Lens mechanics;
  • Index of refraction;
  • Thickness calculations;
  • Frame (box) measurements,
  • Minimum blank size, pupillary distance and seg / progressive heights;
  • Frame materials;
  • Vertex distance;
  • Lens aberrations;
  • Miscellaneous.
Purchase NCLE Review

Contact Lens Review By Diane Drake, FCLSA

ONLY $119.00 for (4) 2 Hr. Modules

Includes practice exams!

Module 1
  • Metric system;
  • Anatomy and physiology of the eye;
  • Corneal topography;
  • Keratometer use, pre-corneal tear film;
  • Tear quality and quantity and tests to evaluate tears.
Module 2
  • Ocular pathology;
  • Corneal defects congenital deformities / injuries / surgeries / medications affecting CL wear;
  • Refractive errors including astigmatism;
  • Slit lamp illuminations;
  • Muscle imbalances;
  • Lens types.
Module 3
  • Instrumentation and procedures for CL verification;
  • Tolerances;
  • Contact lens terminology;
  • Power of the lacrimal lens / tear lens;
  • Lens proofs;
  • Selecting first lens;
  • Nomograms;
  • Fitting criteria;
  • Vertex compensation.
Module 4
  • Evaluation;
  • Observation and determining fluorescein patterns;
  • Multi-focal CL designs;
  • Soft CL fitting; patient education and instruction;
  • Communication with your patients;
  • Regulations and agencies governing contact lenses.